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What term describes a leaf that has a single blade?
What term describes leaves that are arranged in pairs on the stem?
What is the waxy layer that covers the tops and bottoms of leaves called?
What term describes a leaf that has leaflets attached to the petiole?
What term describes three of more leaves at the same place on a stem?
What type of root has a central, fleshy root that grows deeper than the rest?
Which section of the root transports ions to the center of the root?
Roots that cling to walls and objects for support are called?
Which part of the root do lateral roots come from?
What is the outer layer of cells called?
What two types of cells make up vascular tissue?
Xylem and Phloem
What is the area in the center of the stem called?
What type of tissue makes up wood?
How can you tell how old a tree is?
What is the second type of stem besides woody?
What flower part provides a landing place for pollinators?
What is the male part of a flower?
What are flowers that have both stamens and pistils called?
What is the female part of the flower?
Which two parts make up the stamen?
Filament and Anther
Broad, flat structure that traps light energy for photosynthesis.
Plant organ that absorbs water and minerals from the soil and transports food
Part of plant that provides support for upright growth and transports food.
Part of a plant that contains reproductive organs
A swollen, underground stem or leaf
What are the openings on leaves that control gas exchange called?
What type of cells make up bark?
What are the cells called that control the opening and closing of stomata on leaves?
What flower part is leaf-like, under the petals, and circles around the stem?
Which type of vascular tissue transports food from the leaves to the rest of the plant?
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