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vascular tissue
type of plant tissue specialized to conduct water
seed
embroyo of a living plant that is encased in a portective covering
photosythesis
process by which plants use light energy to power chemical reactions. Convert water and carbon dioxide into oxygen and carbs.
chlorophyll
principal pigment of plants and other photosynthetic organisms
gametophyte
haploid, or gamete-producing, phase of an organism
sporophyte
diploid, or sporte-producing phase of an oragnism
diffusion
process by which molecules that tend to move from an area where they are more concenterated to an area where it is less
prokaryote
single-celled microogranism that lacks a nucleus
parasite
organism that lives within or on another organism and hamrs that organism by feeding on it
saprobe
organism that obtains food from decaying organic matter
carotene
absorb light that a and b do not.
byrophyte
need water, a non vascular plant
rhizoid
long,thin cells that anchor them in the ground
gemma
small cup-shaped structure in liverworts. contain haploid cells
protonema
mass of tangled green filaments in mosses that form during germination
antheridium
male reproductive sturcture
archegonium
female reproductive structure