Flashcards in Ch 4 Plants Deck (15):
the movement of pollen from the plant stamen to the pistil
the process in which plants use light, carbon dioxide, and water to make sugar and oxygen
plant tissue made up of tubes that carry water and minerals from the roots up to the leaves.
plant tissue made up of tubes that carry sugar away from the leaves down through the plant
the way plants change growth direction in response to the environment
a new plant seed
a single plant cell that can grow into a new plant
a kind of chemical that causes cells to grow
a grainy yellow powder made in tissue at the top of a flower's stamen
reproduction occurs in the
what transports water and nutrients and holds the plant upright for sunlight
what part of the plant produces food (sugar)
what part of the plant sucks up water from the ground and anchors the plant to the soil
describe the process of photosynthesis
plants take in carbon dioxide, water, and sunlight energy to produce sugar (food) and oxygen.