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Parts of a Plant. By: Emma Kowalski & Toni Huff. Preview. Seed. absorbs water Opens up A shoot ( plumule ) emerges The cycle continues. Roots. Absorb water from soil Anchors plant into soil Store extra food. Leaf. Provide plants with all their food

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parts of a plant

Parts of a Plant

By:

Emma Kowalski

&

Toni Huff

slide3
Seed
  • absorbs water
  • Opens up
  • A shoot (plumule) emerges
  • The cycle continues
roots
Roots
  • Absorb water from soil
  • Anchors plant into soil
  • Store extra food
slide5
Leaf
  • Provide plants with all their food
  • They turn sunlight into food energy through photosynthesis
  • Leaves also make the oxygen in the air that we breathe
slide6
Stem
  • The stem supports the upper parts of plants and may have branches, leaves, flowers and fruits
  • The stem is generally green when young and later often becomes woody and dark brown
  • Water and dissolved nutrients from the soil travel up the stem in a system of tubes
  • Food from the leaves travel down the stem to the roots
  • Stems also store food for the plant
flower
Flower
  • Flowers are generally the showiest part of a plant and is the reproductive part
  • Their beauty and fragrance attract pollinators (insects or birds) which help with pollination
  • After pollination, the petals fall off and the seeds develop in the part of the flower called the ovary
fruit
Fruit
  • Provides covering for seed

4 Stages of fruit

  • Pollination
  • Form small fruit
  • Fruit expands
  • Fruit is ripe
sources
Sources

1.http://www.mbgnet.net/bioplants/parts.html

2.http://www.lookfordiagnosis.com/mesh_info.php?term=Plant+Roots&lang=1

3. http://www.ehow.com/how-does_5470460_seed-develop-plant.html

4.http://www.tooter4kids.com/Plants/parts_of_plants.htm

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