Plant Structure7 - tissues xylem and phloem, that is...

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Plant Structures Style - The shaft of the pistil that leads from the stigma down into the ovary. Taproot - A single dominant root (often with several smaller secondary roots branching off of it) that extends deep into the soil; characteristic of dicots. Transpiration - The process by which a plant loses water to its environment through evaporation. Triploid - Having three sets of chromosomes. Vascular Bundle - Vascular passageways comprised of xylem and phloem "bundled" together. Vascular Cambium - Tissue that produces new vascular cells; lies between the xylem and phloem in dicot stems. Vascular System - Mechanism of internal water and nutrient transport, made up of the vascular
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Unformatted text preview: tissues xylem and phloem, that is characteristic of tracheophytes. Vascular Tissue - A conductile component (either xylem or phloem) of the system that transports food and nutrients throughout the plant body. Whorl - One of the four sets of modified leaves (calyx, corolla, androecium, or gynoecium) that perform various functions on the flower. Woody Dicot - A plant, usually a perennial, with a woody stem; most trees are woody dicots. Xylem - Vascular tissue composed of conductile cells that are dead at maturity; transports water and dissolved minerals upwards from the roots to the shoot. Zygote - The diploid product of fertilization that develops into an embryo....
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