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guard cell
in plant leaf, cells that surround the stomata to open and close them
phloem
vascular plant tissue made up of tubular cells that move food from leaves and stems to other parts of the plant for use or storage
ovule
the female reproductive part of a plant that produces the eggs
gymnosperm
a vascular plant that produces seeds on the scale of female cones, such as pinecones
monocot
an angiosperm having a single seed leaf inside its seed; for example, an orchid
angiosperm
a flower-producing vascular plant in which the seed is enclosed in a fruit , such as an apple
cambium
vascular plant tissue that produces new xylem and phloem cells
ovary
in angiosperms, the swollen base of the pistil, where ovules form; in female animlas, the organ that produces ova, or egg cells
ethnobotanist
a person who studies relationships between people from various cultures and their plants
dicot
an angiosperm having two seed leaves inside its seed; for example, a maple tree