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UNIT 2 THE PLANT KINGDOM. UNIT 2 THE PLANTS KINGDOM stem roots seeds cell membrane chloroplast vacuole cytoplasm cell wall nucleus herbaceous stem woody stem vein petiole blade root hairs stomata stigma anther pistil ovules style ovary stamen filament

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Unit 2 the plant kingdom
UNIT 2THE PLANT KINGDOM


UNIT 2 THE PLANTS KINGDOM

stem roots seeds

cell membrane chloroplastvacuole

cytoplasmcell wallnucleus

herbaceous stemwoody stem vein

petiole blade root hairs

stomata stigma anther

pistil ovules style ovary

stamen filament

chlorophyll leaves pollination

Spore xylem sap fertilisation

phloem sap sexual reproduction


Readthedefinitions and writethewords

________________ (noun) Thisiswhere a gymnosperm’sseedsdevelop.

________________(noun) These are large, longleaveson a fern. They are dividedintomanynarrowsections.

_________________ (noun) Thesetypes of plant produce flowers.

Answerthequestionsaboutthecharacteristics of plants.

How do plantsgettheirnutrients? ____________________-

What do plantsreactto? __________________________

How do mostplants reproduce? ____________________________


Cellwall

nucleus

Cellmembrane

chloroplast

cytoplasm

vacuole



anther

petal

stigma

style

filament

sepal

ovary

ovules


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