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transpiration
process by which plants release excess water vapor
seed
an undeveloped plant with stored food sealed in a protective covering
ovary
structure containing egg cells
fertilization
the joining of a female sex egg, the egg, and a male sex cell, the sperm, to produce a fertilized egg
chlorophyll
green substance in plant cells that helps plants make food by trapping the Sun's energy
respiration
the using and releasing of energy in a cell (sugars break down and give off energy)
stomata
pores in the bottom of leaves taht open and close to let in air or give off water vapor
photosynthesis
process in plants that uses energy from sunlight to make food from water and carbon dioxide
pollination
the transfer of a flower's pollen from another to pistil
germination
the sprouting of a seed into a new plant
spore
the cells in a seedless plant that grows into new organisms
root hair
one of the threadlike cells on a root that take in water and minerals from the soil
epidermis
the outermost protective layer of a leaf
leaf
where food is made for the plant
plants
can make their own food
animals
can not make their own food
carbon dioxide
the gas plants need to make food