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An organism that makes its own food is an...?
What structure contains vascular tissue and helps support the plant?
A structure used to reproduce angiosperms and are transported by wind, animals, and water, and ejection are...?
What type of cell has a cell wall (Supports cell, controls diffusion), nucleus (Control center), and a chloroplast (Traps sunlight and creates food in photosynthesis)?
Touch, light, and gravity are three important stimuli to which plants show growth responses, or...?
What type of vascular tissue runs food throughout the plant?
This part of the stamen produces pollen...?
What type of gymnosperm is cone-bearing, is the largest group, and have needle-like leaves?
What type of plant has true stems, leaves, and roots to obtain water?
What type of plant produces 'naked' seeds, use cones to reproduce, and have for groups : cycads, conifers, ginkgoes, and gnetophytes?
These help retrieve water and minerals, and can either be fibrous or tap...?
This process is when a plant takes energy from the sun to produce food...?
What is a cell with a nucleus and membrane-bound organelles?
What type of plant obtains water and materials directly from their surroundings, and lacks a well-developed system of tubes for transporting materials?
What process is when the plant produces female and male cells which become a zygote, the zygote then develops into a sporophyte, then proceed into the gameophyte, produces sex cell
Annual (Completes life cycle in one year,), biennial (Completes life cycle in two years.), and perennial (Flowering plants that live for more than two years) are examples of...?
This is the amount of darkness that influences flowering of plants...?
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What part of a flower protects the flower before blooming??
The blade, node, petiole, midrib, and vein are all...?
What are some examples of vascular plants that produce spores?
What is the female part of the flower?
What life cycle?: pollen forms on anther, carried to the pistil, pistil breaks open and pollen goes down, pollen fertilizes in ovules, seeds develop, ovary becomes fruit ?
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What part of a flower contains sperm cells?
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What is the male part of a flower?
What part of a flower attracts insects?
What part of a flower supports the anther?
What part of a flower is the part of the pistil between the stigma and ovary?
What part of a flower is the sticky part of the pistil?
What life cycle:? plant produces cones of both sexes, male produces pollen, egg cells form in ovules, wind carries pollen, fertilizes egg cells, ovule becomes seed, seed dispersed?
What type of vascular tissue runs water and minerals throughout the plant?
What are the three types of nonvascular plants??
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