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Colour and Scent used to attract pollinators to the plant

Male part of the cell

Female part of the cell

Produces Pollen

Produces sperm (the male sex cell)

Female reproductive organ. Produces ovules (eggs) and protects them once fertilised

Protective outer layer that prevents water loss

An almost transparent layer of cells that protect the interior tissues. These do NOT contain chloroplasts

Tightly packed cells that are the main site of

photosynthesis. They contain a high number of chloroplasts

Loosely arranged cells that facilitate the movement of oxygen (O2), Carbon Dioxide (CO2), and water vapour (H2O). They only contain a few chloroplasts.

Commonly known as leaf veins. Contains xylem and phloem tissues for the transport of water from the roots and glucose away from the leaf.

Pore-like openings on the bottom of the leaf, that allows gases to diffuse into and out of the leaf.

These cells are located either side of the stomata and are able to expand and extract.