A protuberance, appendage, or other structure that secrets substances, sticky or oily.
Where the tissues of one plant are aligned with the tissues of another to create a joined plant; they will grow together if properly processed.
Plants or plant species that have similarities to the grasses (long, thin leaves; inconspicuous, non-showy flowers grouped into inflorescences/seed heads that are also non-showy; small grain-like fruits) although their anatomy may differ.
The ground tissue of plants contains three main cell types called parenchyma, collenchyma, and sclerenchyma. These cells types primarily support storage, mechanical support, but can also serve for food production in the photosynthetic cells, or serve in wound healing and regeneration, depending on which class of cells they belong to.
A seed plant that does not flower - in which the ovules are not contained within an ovary, and are "naked"; the ovary maturing to a seed protected by a surrounding cone or fleshy appendages.