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QUIZ: Can you name the parts of a plant?

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protective 'leaf' at the bottom of a flower
the area of a plant between the root and the flower which transports nutrients and water between them
depository for pollen
part of a plant which is most active in photosynthesis, a green extension protruding from the stem
supporter of the anther
protruding structure which elevates the stigma
monocot root, no central structure
flowering vascular plant
dicot root with a central structure
the area in which xylem and phloem are stored
undeveloped form of the seed
stored food for a dicot embrto
area of mesophyll which floats in an airspace in the leaf
area of the mesophyll layer which contains many chloroplasts and has the most direct access to nutrients and sunlight
vascular tissue for transporting nutrients
a cylinder of parenchyma in the central stem of dicots
Fertilizable area to develop new seeds for release
class of angiosperm with parallel leaf veins, 1 cotyledon, and vascular bundles scattered throughout the stem
An opening which opens and closes to allow in gases and water
top of the stamen, which is used to attract pollinators
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angiosperm with 2 cotyledons, vascular bundles in a ring in the stem, and a taproot
male part of a flower
an area of ground tissue between the vascular cylinder and the epidermis which transports nutrients between the 2
a stalk connecting the leaf to the stem
below-ground area of the plant mainly composed of ground tissue
outer structures of a flower which open and close to attract pollinators
female part of a flower
area of wood made of dead xylem which supports the plant
vascular tissue for transporting water
an area of dermal tissue that isolates the vascular cylinder
plant with vascular tissue
outer protective layer of a root, stem, or leaf
parenchyma which contains the most chloroplasts in the leaf
A part of wood where sap flows and dissolved nutrients and water are conducted
pine, spruce, or fur, or any nonflowering vascular plant
Waxy outer layer of a leaf outside the epidermis
moss or liverwort
Cell which expands or contracts to open or close stomata
area of a leaf in which the vascular tissue is located

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