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AP Bio 2

Angie Despain

Second half of my terms for AP Bio

nematoda embryonic root
pericarp embryonic development in which first pore formed becomes the mouth
statocyst sensory structionres that have calcium in them
planula general layer of cells between the root epidermis and the vascular cylinder
ganglia vascular plant
pollentube special cells in sponges that filter water
endocarp tiny openings in the bark of a tree that allow air to enter the interior of the tree
cortex first phylum to have a pseudocoelom
tracheophyte fungi that form symbiotic relationship with plant roots to help them survive
spongin one of the four rings of flower parts
nymph xylem cells with slanted ends and perforations
deuterostome embryonic stem above cotyledon
radicle stinging cells found in cnidarians
osculum free-living larval form of cnidarian
endosperm hollow structure that grows from pollen grain to ovule
benthic phylum of roundworms
plumale place water enters the water vascular system of a starfish. Also called the madreporite
hilum having both male and female flowers on the same plant
larva special cells in sponges that transport food from cell to cell
platyhelminthes phylum of flatworms
nemertea what CAM stands for
vessselmembers the three walls of the ovary
fragmentation xylem cells (dead at maturity) that act as tiny"straws" for moving water (2)
gemmule hole in top of sponge that water flows out of
radula structural skeleton of a sponge
sievetubemembers contain flickering cilia that propel water out of the cell (2)
cnidocytes ring of petals
nemertea embryonic stem:root below cotyledon
micropyle immature stage of an insect that undergoes incomplete metamorphosis
nematoda triploid food for a plant embryo
crassulaceanacidmetabolism first phlyum to have a circulatory system
carpel waxy layer within the endodermis that forces substances to pass through the plasma membranes of cells in the endodermis (2)
epicotyl bristles earthworms use to grip ground
tracheids first phylum to have a one-way digestive tract
malpighian special cells that surround the xylem and phloem in a leaf and are involved in the storage of photosynthetic products, especially C4 plants
gastrodermis form of asexual reproduction in sponges in which a piece breaks off and forms a new sponge
cynoecium embryonic leaves
amoebocytes segments of a tapeworm
mycorrihizae inner wall of the ovary
corolla having male and female flowers on separate plants
nemertea phylum of ribbon worms
casparianstrip scorpions and horseshoe crabs belong in this classification
sieveplate aggregation of sensory cells
lenticel immature stage of an insect taht undergoes complete metamorphosis
tubenucleus survivor pods
spicules ring of stamens
monoecious the developed version of the rendoderm in the cniariau
whorl when plant parts begin to form into a new structurecalex: ring of sepals
choanocytes embryonic development in which first pore formed becomes the anus
androecium ring of carpels (or pistils)
dioecious insects get rid of wastes through these tubules
tracheids forms the pollen tube (2)
bundlesheath ocean bottom dwellers
chelicera female part of plant; some fuse to form sections like in an orange
protostome form of elastic collagen found in poriferans
setae toothlike grinding organ in mollusk
flamecells xylem cells with overlapping end walls and pits through which water passes. dead at maturity
aepicotyl living cells of the phloem that lose their nucleus and have perforated ends (3)
morphogenesis point of seed attachment to pod
proglottids opening in seed through which pollen tube passes. Allows water in for germination to begin

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