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Plants having seeds that develop within ovaries and that are eventually by fruits
Angiosperms
surrounds the epidermis which reduces desiccation (drying out)
Cuticle
roots anchor the plant in the soil and absorb H20 and nutrients which are transported to the leaves to carry out photosynthesis
Root System
cause plants grow throughout their life by dividing and producing cells that have specialized jobs
located in the shoot and root apexes, give rise to 3 types of tissues: dermal, ground, and vascular.
Meristem
having only one cotyledon
Monocot
outer layer of plants
Epidermis
stems that hold leaves that capture sunlight and CO2 for photosynthesis
Shoot System
forms the outer protective covering of the plant
Dermal Tissue
having two cotyledons
Dicot