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phloem
Is the vascular tussue through which food moves.
xylem
The travel in vascular tissue is called xylem.
pollen
tiny structures that contain the cells that will later become sperm cells.
seed
is a structure that contains a young plant inside a protective covering.
embryo
thee young plant that devolpes from teh zygote or fertlized egg, is called the embryo.
cotyledons
In all seeds the embryo has one or more seed leaves, or cotyledons.
Germinate
occurs when the embryo begins to grown again and pushes out of the seed.
root cap
proctects the root from injury from rocks as teh root grows through the soil.
cambium
the next layer of the cell.
stomata
the surface of the leaf have small openings, or pores, called the stomata.
transpiration
The process by which evaproates from a plants leaves is called transpiration.
gymnosperm
is a seed plant that produces maked seeds.
cones
A reproductive structures.
ovule
is a structure that contains an egg cell.
pollination
The transfer of pollen from a male reproductive structure to a female reporductive structure is called pollination.