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Packing tissue
Vessels
Companion cells
Vascular cambium
Primary growth
Lateral
Apical
Nucleus
Cortex
Sclerenchyma
Ground tissue
Simple
Permanent
Collenchyma
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Complex tissue
Parenchyma
Germinating seed
Phloem
Xylem
Vascular tissue
Meristematic

PLANT TISSUE Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

parenchyma tissue with connected air spaces. AERENCHYMA
thick, tough secondary walls impregnated with lignin SCLERENCHYMA
tubes with pits rather than openings at the ends. TRACHEIDS
outermost layer of cells EPIDERMIS
most abundant of the cell types found in the major parts of higher plants. PARENCHYMA
conducts dissolved food materials produced by photosynthesis. PHLOEM
pairs of cells that border stomata. GUARD
chief conducting tissue of water and minerals. XYLEM
provide flexible support for growing and mature plant organs. extra primary wall in the corners. COLLENCHYMA
component of the waxy outer coating of aquatic plant leaves. CUTIN
Certain cells associated with sieve tube companion cells
Tissue only meant for growth meristematic

PLANT TISSUES Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

Which are the two types of tissues Meristematic and permanent
Parenchyma is a type of simple tissue
Transpiration and exchange of gases are functions of stomata
tissue forms new cells in plants Meristematic
tissues prevent loss of water in plants Protective
A group of cells alike in form, function and origin are tissue
Plant length is increased by apical meristems
The cell division is restricted to meristematic cells
Phloem in the plants perform the function of conduction of food
Fluid part of blood after removal of corpuscles is plasma
tissues composed of mainly dead cells Xylem
Parenchyma: Simple, Phloem: complex
Xylem and phloem are examples of what tissue Vascular tissue
Tissue in a plant that is neither vascular nor dermal is Ground tissue
The types of meristematic tissues in plants includes apical meristems
not a kind of epidermal cell cork
The embryonic protoderm is an example of primary meristem
Primary growth in plants is initiated by the apical meristems
Plant tissue noted for photosynthesis, storage, and secretion is parenchyma
Increases in stem length occur at the lateral meristem

Plant Cells and Tissues Crossword

Type
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Description

which ground tissue cell provides a more rigid support to plants sclerenchyma
name the tissue that transports sugars from the leaves to the rest of the plant phloem
what cells are responsible for plant growth Meristematic
primary function of this tissue is to transport water from roots to the rest of the plant xylem
this ground tissue is less rigid but adds extra structural support collenchyma
name the tissue system that prevents plants from water loss dermal
xylem and phloem tissues belong to what tissue system Vascular
parenchyma, collenchyma and sclerenchyma belong to what tissue system Ground
_______________ is the first stage of cell division mitosis
the _____________ tissue heals and regenerates plants parenchyma
This plant tissue stores sugars Parenchyma
The dermal, ground, and vascular tissues systems are made of ____________ cells specialized

Plant tissues Word Search

Type
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Description

meristematic
vascular
xylem
phloem
ground
mitosis
specialized cells
dermal
Sclerenchyma
parenchyma
collenchyma

Plants word search

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tropism
auxins
homeostasis
spongy
palisade
mesophyll
stomata
anatomy
pith
cambium
protection
Endodermis
anchoring
vascular bundle
cortex
bark
water
photosynthesis
transpiration
absorption
neutrients
oil
starch
sugars
glucose
root hair
Flower
Growth
Shoots
Roots
Stem
Leaves
Cuticle
Cell
Companion
Sieve tube
elements
Vessel
Trecheids
Schlerenchyma
Collenchyma
Parenchyma
Phloem
Xylem
Epidermal
Ground
Vascular
Meristomadic
Dermal
Tissues

PLANTS Crossword

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Description

one of the two types of transport tissue in vascular plants, phloem being the other, the basic function is to transport water, but it also transports some nutrients xylem
also known as tracheophytes, they form a large group of plants that are defined as those land plants that have tissues for conducting water and minerals throughout the plant vascular plants
is one of two main structural axes of a vascular plant, the other being the root, it is normally divided into nodes and internodes stems
spore producing plant; diploid (2N) phase of reproduction sporophyte
In vascular plants, itis the organ of a plant that typically lies below the surface of the soil which absorbs water and nutrients roots
is a process in which pollen is transferred to the female reproductive organs of seed plants, thereby enabling fertilization and reproduction pollination
the vascular tissue in plants that conducts sugars and other metabolic products downward from the leaves phloem
a complex organic polymer deposited in the cell walls of many plants, making them rigid and woody lignin
also known as bryophytes, they are small, simple plants without a vascular transport system nonvascular plants
are a group of seed-producing plants that includes conifers, cycads, Ginkgo, and Gnetales gymnosperms
tissue with cells that lie between dermal and vascular tissue; include parenchyma, collenchyma, and sclerenchyma ground tissue
gamete producing plant; haploid (N) phase of reproduction gametophyte
the seed-bearing structure in angiosperms formed from the ovary after flowering fruit
the seed-bearing part of a plant, consisting of reproductive organs (stamens and carpels) that are typically surrounded by a brightly colored corolla (petals) and a green calyx (sepals) flower
the outer covering of a plant which typically consists of a single layer of epidermal cells dermal tissue
a significant part of the embryo within the seed of a plant, upon germination, it usually becomes the first leaves of a seedling cotlyedon
is an impermeable, buoyant material, a prime-subset of bark tissue that is harvested for commercial use cork
are seed-producing plants that include flowers and the production of fruits that contain the seeds angiosperms
organs of a vascular plant and is the principal lateral appendage of the stem that is involved in gas exchange leaves
a flowering plant's unit of reproduction, capable of developing into another such plant seed

Plant Tissues Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

outermost layer of cells Epidermis
most abundant of the cell types found in the major parts of higher plants. Parenchyma
parenchyma tissue with connected air spaces. Arenchyma
chief conducting tissue of water and minerals. Xylem
Certain cells associated with sieve tube Companion cells
Tissue only meant for growth Meristematic
provide flexible support for growing and mature plant organs.Extra primary wall in the corners. collenchyma
conducts dissolved food materials produced by photosynthesis. phloem
thick, tough secondary walls impregnated with lignin sclerenchyma
tissues responsible for secondary growth lateral meristem

Types of Plant Tissues: Dermal, Ground & Vascular Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

the structure of dermal tissue for gas exchange stomata
the dermal tissue is also known as ______ epidermis
roots hairs of dermal tissue are responsible for absorption
the tissue on seeds, fruits, stems, leaves, roots etc. dermal
a waxy coating secreted by epidermal cells cuticle
the cuticle helps water ____ from leaves evaporation
stomata is flanked by two bean-shaped cells guard cells
extra surface area for absorption of water & ions root hairs
ground tissue responsible for photosynthesis parenchyma
parenchyma have ___ cell walls thin
parenchyma is living or dead? living
parenchyma forms ___ which feeds the seed endosperm
parenchyma forms the ___ of stems cortex
parenchyma responds to _____ healing wound
collenchyma have ____ cell walls thick
collenchyma cells are living or dead dead
collenchyma is composed of _____ & pectin cellulose
are elongated cells collenchyma
collenchyma provide ____ and support structure
_____ cells provide a plant with support and strength sclerenchyma
sclerenchyma cells have ____ _____ cell walls very thick
sclerenchyma cells are living or dead dead
deposits of ____ make sclerenchyma cells hard lignin
type of tissue used to transport water and nutrients vascular
transports water and dissolved minerals xylem
transports food phloem
xylem is living or dead dead
phloem is living or dead living
xylem & phloem are paired bundles, scattered monocots
xylem & phloem are paired bundles, rings dicots
tissue cells in between the xylem and phloem cambium
the bark of a woody plant contains __ ___ cork cambium
type of cambium tissues that produces secondary xylems and phloems. vascular cambium

Chapter 22 Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

most flexible, thin walled cells found throughout a plant Parenchyma
plant cells that are often elongated & occur in long strands that provide support for surrounding cells collenchyma
plant cells that lack cytoplasm and other living components when they mature sclerenchyma
regions of rapidly dividing cells meristems
thin cylinder of meristematic tissue, that can run the entire length of roots and stems vascular cambium
produces cells that develop tough cell walls cork cambium
the layer of cells that makes up the outer covering on a plant is dermal tissue epidermis
the two cells that form a stoma guard cells
water carrying vascular tissue composed of specialized cells xylem
tubular cells that are stacked end to end forming strands of xylem vessel elements
long cyndrilical cells with pitted ends tracheids
main food carrying tissue phloem
contains cytoplasm but lacks a nucleus and ribosomes when it matures sieve tube member
tip of the root is covered by root cap
layer below the epidermal layer cortex
inner boundary of the cortex is a layer of cells endodermis
layers of cells directly next to the endodermis toward the center of the root pericycle
a stalk that attract he’s a blade to a stem petiole
contain chloroplasts and make up this tissue palisade mesophyll
below the palisade mesophyll spongy mesophyll
process where water evaporates from the inside of the leaf to the outside of the stomata transpiration
one of the first plant hormones to be identified auxin
causes cell elongation, simulates cell division and affects cell growth gibberellins
simple compound composed of two carbon and 4 hydrogen atoms ethylene
produced in rapidly dividing cells cytokinins
plant response that causes movement that’s not dependent on the direction of the stimulus nastic response

plant tissues Word Search

Type
Word Search
Description

airspaces
apical
cell membrane
cell wall
chloroplast
collenchyma
cuticle
cytoplasm
dead cells
epidermal tissue
gaseous exchange
guard cells
leaf
meristematic tissue
nucleus
nutrients
parenchyma
phloem
photosynthesis
roots
sclerenchyma
stem
stoma
vacuole
water
xylem