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Eq how do i describe the parts of a seed

EQ: How do I describe the parts of a seed?


Seed plants

Seed Plants

  • Most common type of plant on Earth

  • All seed plants share 2 characteristics

    • Vascular tissue

    • Use seeds to reproduce

EQ: How do I describe the parts of a seed?


Vascular tissue

Vascular Tissue

  • Two types

    • Phloem – vascular tissue through which food moves

    • Xylem – tissue through which water and nutrient move

EQ: How do I describe the parts of a seed?


Seeds

Seeds

  • Structures that contain a young plant inside a protective covering

  • Different from seedless plants in that they do not need water for sperm to travel

EQ: How do I describe the parts of a seed?


Three parts to a seed

Three parts to a Seed

  • Embryo

  • Stored food

  • Seed coat

EQ: How do I describe the parts of a seed?


Embryo

Embryo

EQ: How do I describe the parts of a seed?

  • Young plant that develops from the zygote

  • Already has the beginnings of root, stem and leaves


Cotyledons

Cotyledons

  • Food stored inside one or two seed leaves part of the embryo

  • Embryo uses food stored in seed to help it continue to grow

EQ: How do I describe the parts of a seed?


Seed coat

Seed Coat

  • Outer covering of seed

  • Acts like plastic wrap and keeps the seed and its food from drying out

  • Allows seed to remain dormant for a long time

EQ: How do I describe the parts of a seed?


Seed lab page 16

Seed Lab Page 16

  • This is an independent lab. You will be using the vocabulary from your notebook.

  • For each seed you will:

    • Draw each one

    • Separate the seed and make some observations using the hand lens

    • draw and label the parts of a seed


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