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Study of Plants Parts Grade 3 Heath Hawkins Introduction The seeds The flowers The fruits The roots The stems The leaves Seeds Grow new plants Formed inside the ovary Surrounded by a hard seed coat Flowers Produce seeds Attract pollinators Contain perfume and nectar Fruits

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Study of Plants Parts

Grade 3

Heath Hawkins


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Introduction

  • The seeds

  • The flowers

  • The fruits

  • The roots

  • The stems

  • The leaves


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Seeds

  • Grow new plants

  • Formed inside the ovary

  • Surrounded by a hard seed coat


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Flowers

  • Produce seeds

  • Attract pollinators

  • Contain perfume and nectar


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Fruits

  • Protects the seeds

  • It is a result of fertilization

  • Guarantee seed dispersal


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Roots

  • Grip plants to soil

  • Absorb water and nutrients from soil

  • Stores food


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Stems

  • Carry nutrients and water

  • Maintain the flowers and leaves at a certain distance from the soil

  • Responsible for plant growth


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Leaves

  • In charge of photosynthesis

  • Vital in respiration and transpiration


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Where are seeds formed?

  • In the flower

  • Inside the ovary

  • Outside the seed coat


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What do flowers produce?

  • Seeds

  • Pollen

  • All the above


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What do fruits protect?

  • Flowers

  • Seeds

  • Stems


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What do roots store?

  • Leaves

  • Soil and water

  • Food


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What do stems carry?

  • Nutrients and water

  • Plant growth

  • Flowers and leaves


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For more information

http://www.quia.com/pages/sol1.html#science


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