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Chapter 12: Plants and Fungi

The part of male flowers where pollen grains develop and are released from.
Peas, seeds, and corn kernels are examples of _______ fruits.
The haploid stage of a fern that contains both sperm and egg structures
Spores in vascular plants are _________.
Chemical found in cell walls of fungi (and also insect exoskeletons)
A life cycle where organisms spend part of their lives in a a haploid form and part in a diploid form
One of the chemicals necessary for plant growth that is often a limiting factor
Dominant life stage in mosses; produces gametes
The ovary and adjacent parts of a flower
The vascular tissue that transports water
Female sex organ in mosses and most conifers
Group of plants that includes the mosses and liverworts
The vascular tissue that transports nutrients
The special fertilization mechanism where two sperm fertilize different cells in an angiosperm ovary
The part of the female flower that pollen grains attach to
The process that plants use light energy to convert CO2 and water into sugar
after spores land in a good location, the develop into haploid stage of fungi called
Dominant diploid life stage in ferns
When a flower "recognizes" the DNA from itself and prevents fertilization
The "circulatory system" of some plants is made up of these
The nutrients a developing plant embryo needs before it can undergo photosynthesis are supplied by the __________.
Flowers that contain EITHER male OR female parts
A symbiotic relationship between _______ fungi and tree roots allows the plant to get a useable form of Nitrogen from the soil.
Gymnosperm seeds develop in the __________ in the female cone
Male sex organ in mosses, ferns, fungi, and non-flowering plants
Embryo of a plant with the nutrients for growth
Phylum of fungi that includes yeasts, penicillium, an dmorels
Most common gymnosperms found in temperate and dry regions
Sticky substance released as an anti-predator defense by some conifers