A hormone that drives tsh release in tadpoles the

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Unformatted text preview: hich serve a protective function and originate from whorl 1. The diploid (2n) stage of the plant life cycle that makes spores, the products of meiosis. The male reproductive organ. Tall thin stalks topped by anthers that will bear the male gametes and originate from whorl 3 of the flower. The tip of the pistil where the pollen grains will land during pollination and germinate. petals pistil pollen pollen tube pollination seed sepals sporophyte stamen stamens stigma style suspensor cell synergid cells vernalization Title abaxial adaxial adventitious meristems apical dominance axillary meristems central zone The stalk of the pistil, which connects the stigma to the ovary. A supportive tissue of the embryo that is oriented toward the micropyle. The two cells that flank the egg cell at the micropylar end of the embryo sac. The requirement for a plant to experience cold temperatures before flowering, often found in arctic plants. Plant Meristems Description Reference The side of the leaf facing away from the meristem, which corresponds to the ventral side of the leaf. The side of the leaf facing the meristem, which corresponds to the dorsal side of the leaf. Meristems that form from the surface of stems and leaves. The process by which the presence of the shoot apical meristem on the main shoot inhibits growth and the development of axillary meristems. Meristems which are present at the leaf axil junctions along the main stem of the plant and which if removed from apical dominance, will form lateral branches and flowers. The inner region at the center of the meristem, which contains more vaculolate cells...
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