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Quiz "botany: terms used in botany"

botany: terms used in botany

any of the hollow hairlike outgrowths of the outer cells of a root, just behind the tip, that absorb water and salts from the soil

botany: terms used in botany

a plant tissue that conducts water and mineral salts from the roots to all other parts, provides mechanical support, and forms the wood of trees and shrubs. It is of two types (protoxylem and metaxylem), both of which are made up mainly of vessels and tracheids

botany: terms used in botany

the thin wire, usually tungsten, inside a light bulb that emits light when heated to incandescence by an electric current

botany: terms used in botany

the trumpet-shaped part of the corolla of daffodils and similar plants; the crown

botany: terms used in botany

the female reproductive organ of flowering plants, consisting of an ovary, style (sometimes absent), and stigma. The carpels are separate or fused to form a single pistil
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