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Plants

Teacher: Theology
Across
Female reproductive part of the plant; made of the stigma, style, ovary and ovules; STIGMA- (sticky stigma): catches pollen grains; STYLE - holds the stigma up and acts as a pathway for the sperm; OVARY - swollen base of the pistil where the ovules are formed. Becomes the fruit. OVULES - where the eggs are produced. These become the seeds in fruit.
Pigment that plants have to help them make food.
Support the plant; allow movement of materials between the roots and the leaves; some store food; some carry out photosynthesis.
Waxy, protective layer on stems and leaves to help hold in water.
Chloroplasts have membranes inside of them called _________
Used to move water and nutrients to all parts of the plant and take wastes from all the parts of the plant back to the roots.
Plants that do not have vascular tissue are ________ ______________
Vascular plants that produce seeds on the scales of female cones.
The opposite of photosynthesis
Some lay above ground like a spider web; there are others that go straight down (examples are carrots & beets)
Xylem & Phloem
FUNCTIONS:attract insect and other animals for pollination; SEPAL: used to protect the bud of the flower, they wrap around the bud before the flower opens. PETAL: brightly colored to attract pollinators.
Down
The transfer of pollen from the stamen to the stigma.
Development of a seed into a new plant
Fleshy:stems that belong to flowers, vegetables and many others; some vegetables are stems (potatoes & onions) woody stems: the stems of trees
Part of the cell that animals do not have to give the cell structure
To hold plants in the ground; take in water and minerals from the soil; store food; some absorb oxygen.
Is found in the ______________
Plants that have vascular tissue are _______ ________
Organic compound made of long chains of sugar molecules; makes up the cell wall.
Used for photosynthesis; are big so that they can trap light.
Male reproductive part of the flower; made up of the filaments, anther and pollen; filaments hold the anthers up high; anthers hold the pollen; pollen grains hold the sperm.
To help with reproduction and to create more plants.