1.) A(n) stipule is either of a pair of appendages borne at the base of a leaf.
2.) Fruit is the edible reproductive body of a seed.
3.) A(n) conifer is a tree or shrub that grows cones.
4.) A(n) acorn is the nut of an oak tree.
5.) The cover suspended above the ground as in a forest is a(n) canopy .
6.) The ornate, reproductive part of a plant having male and female parts is a(n) flower .
7.) A(n) lobe is a covered projection or division that is usually round.
8.) Composite means made up of two or more factors.
9.) Corolla are the petals of a flower making up the inner floral envelope.
10.) Nitrogen is a colorless, odorless, gaseous element that constitutes 78% of the earth's atmosphere.
11.) A soluable astringent of plant origin used in tanning or dyeing is tannin .
12.) Urushiol is an oily toxic substance found in poison ivy and related plants.
13.) Plants present at all seasons of the year are perennial .
14.) Rhizoids are rootlike structures.
15.) Ethylene is a colorless, flammable, gaseous unsaturated hydrocarbon.
16.) A remedy for all ills is a(n) panacea .
17.) An organism living in or on another organism is a(n) parasite .