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The conversion of light energy into chemical energy
Organelle found in Eukaryotic cell. A source of energy. Power house of the cell.
A plastid in which chlorophylls are contained. The site of photosynthesis.
A green pigment in plant cells. A receptor of light energy in photosynthesis.
A polymer. Covered pollen.
Diploid. Gametophyte is haploid.
Outer layer of epidermis on plant leaf.
Pores on leaves for respiration and water evaporation.
Conductive tissue (nutrients and photosynthates).
A type of conducting tissue.
A dormant seedling.
Meristematic tissue (giving rise to xylem and phloem).
Extended cell wall deposition.
Male gametophyte in conifers and flowering plants.
May be motile or non-motile.
Character of flowering plants.
Female reproductive structure, becomes a seed after fertilization.
Water conducting large cells. Characteristic of angiosperms (flowering plants).
General Botany for non-majors