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waxy curicle
prevent excessive transpiration

in leaf
upper epidermis in leaf
top lays of cells
mesophyll
palisade and sponge site of photosynthesis

in leaf
lower epidermis in leaf
stomate opening found here
xylem
vascular bundle
transport water
phloem
vascular bundle transport food
root hair
increas surface area for absorption
root cap
protects the delicate apical meristem at tip of root
two types of root
taproot and fibrous
stomata
permit diffusion of CO2, H2O, WATER vapor and oxygen between the leaf and the atmosphere
guard cell
regulate size of stomata
alternation of generations
btw diploid sporophyte (asexual) generation and haploid gametophyte (sexual) generation
angiosperm
anthophyta
flowering plant
flower male part
stamen: anther (tip) and filament

pollen is produced in anther
flower female part
pistal
-stigma (top)
style
overy contain ovules
epicotyl
develop into leaves and the upper part of the steml
cotyldons or seed leave
store food for developing embryo
hypocotyl
develop into lower stem and root
endosperm
feeds the embryo
seed coat
outer covering
protection
auxin
plant hormon
phototropism (growth)
giberillins
plant hormone
rapid stem elongation
kinins
plant hormone
deals with cell division
ethylene
plat hormone
deals with fruit ripening
sporophyte
diploid
asexual
gametophyte
haploid
sexual