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    • PLANT WORDS
    • Deciduous
      • Falling off or shed seasonally or at certain stage of development in the life cycle
      • An example of Deciduous is various types of maple trees
    • Perennial
      • A plant that lives for many years.
      • An example of perennial is Shasta Daisy, Peony, Daylily, Hosta, Flax, Maltese Cross.
    • Annual
      • Plants that completes its life cycle in one growing seasons.
      • An example of annual is just vegetables, yellow and orange marigolds.
    • Conifer
      • A tree with cones and narrow leaves called needles. Pines and firs are conifers. Most conifer are evergreens.
      • An examples of a conifer are evergreen, pine trees, and firs.
    • Stamen
      • Male reproductive organ of a flower.
      • Stamen
    • Stigma
      • Structure located at the top of the pistil.
      • Stigma
    • Pollen
      • Contains the males sex cells of a seed plant
      • The tiny yellow dots on the bee is pollen
    • Anther
      • The part a flower’s stamen that bear’s pollen
    • Ovary
      • That part of the pistil which contains the seed, and in most flowering plant develops into the fruit
      • An example of a ovary .
    • Petal
      • Colorful leaf like structure that surrounds the male and female reproductive organs in a flower.
      • This are example of petals that are all different size and shape.
    • Pictures are from
      • https://eapbiofield.wikispaces.com/file/view/300px-Petal-sepal.jpg
      • http://www.photl.com/images/photos/2008/12/03/0117/102848tt.jpg
      • http://photl.com/images/photos/2008/12/02/2207/98063tt.jpg
      • http://wwwdelivery.superstock.com/WI/223/1614/PreviewComp/SuperStock_1614R-10259.jpg
      • http://wwwdelivery.superstock.com/WI/223/1566/X1005/PreviewComp/SuperStock_1566-0245770.jpg
      • http://ion.asu.edu/plant26_snapdragon/Images/Optical/plant26_opt_ovary.jpg
      • http://www.apsnet.org/education/illustratedglossary/PhotosN-R/ovary.jpg
      • http://agricultureguide.org/wp-content/uploads/2009/03/bee-pollen.jpg
      • http://www.beecare.com/images/Plants/Stamen.jpg
      • http://diagnostics.montana.edu/Graphics/FlowerStigmaAnther.gif
      • http://z.about.com/d/raleighdurham/1/0/5/-/-/-/conifer-collection.jpg
      • http:// graphics.gardenweb.com/graphics/images/conifer.jpg
      • http://www.mooseyscountrygarden.com/flowering-annuals/marigold-yellow-flower.jpg
      • http://www.ladezigns.com/Orange%20marigold.JPG
      • http://www.kegels.com/images/pics_Vegetables_Display.jpg
      • http://web.extension.uiuc.edu/gardendesign/images/highlights/introduction.jpg
      • The definition from Webster Dictionary