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Plant that lives for many years.
Long, slender cell that forms one of the elements of the xylem.
Rigid type of ground tissue that provides support for non-growing areas of a plant.
Leaf of a fern or a palm; a thallus that resembles a leaf.
Reproductive structure that contains sperm in certain algae and nonvascular plants.
In plants the outer layer of cells that usually lack chlorophyll and serve for protection. In humans and animals, a tissue that usually covers or lines a structure.
The study of plants.
Vascular tissue that usually carries water and dissolved foods downward in plants.
The reproductive cycle in which the asexual reproductive stages give rise to sexual reproductive stages that, in turn, give rise to asexual reproductive stages.
Any of the tissue that forms the outer covering of a plant or other organism.
Stage that produces spores in the life cycle of a plant.
A group of sporangia attached to the underside of fern fronds.
One of the hollow cells that forms the vessels of phloem for conduction thru plants.
Plant that grows from a seed, produces seeds then dies during one growing season or within a year
Tissue in plants that composes pith, cortex, spongy tissue of leaves & major parts of fruits.
Plant that grows on another plant or nonliving structure but is not parasitic.
Vascular tissue that carries water and dissolved minerals upward in a plant.
Female reproductive structure in algae, fungi and some plants.
A root like structure that lacks water-conducting tissue
Stage that produces gametes in the life cycle of a plant.
Plant tissue that is able to reproduce and become other plant tissues.
The group of tissues that conduct water and dissolved materials in a plant.
Cell paired with a sieve tube cell to provide metabolic functions for the sieve tube cell.
Tissue in leaves, young roots, and stems that Is not epidermal or vascular in function.
Stem & leaf like arrangement of mosses that lacks water conducting tissue.
A structure in which spores are produced.
A ground tissue that provides strengthening in plants, especially in growing regions.
Cell type that forms the water-conducting tubes of the xylem.
Plant that sprouts & grows in one season but does not flower and seed until the next season.
Large flat area on most leaves.