HOW PLANTS GROW?. TWO PHASES IN THE LIFE CYCLE OF A PLANT. 1 . VEGETATIVE STAGE - includes the growth of roots, stem and leaves. 2. REPRODUCTIVE STAGE -the development of flowers, fruits and seeds takes place. Three essential condition for germination. Amount of moisture
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HOW PLANTS GROW?
- includes the growth of roots, stem and leaves.
2. REPRODUCTIVE STAGE
-the development of flowers, fruits and seeds takes place.
needed to soften the seed coat and to help in the circulation of food which the seed contains.
The part of the embryo that first grows downward into the soil forms the stem of the seedling.
The young leaves of the new plant.
Is a specialized branch of plant designed for production of seed. It is made up of organs like sepals, stamens, pistil, petals and accessory organ for production.
the female parts of the flowers which consist of an ovary with an upright extension.
which lies on top of the style serves as the pollen-receptive surface.
compose the male parts of the flower, each of which consist of a supporting filament and anther where the pollen grain is produce.
takes place when a male nucleus in the pollen tube unites with the female nucleus of the ovule through a process called POLLINATION.
INSTRUCTION: Identify the correct answer of the following question.
__________1. The young leaves of a new plant.
__________2. It is a period when flowers, fruits and seeds are developed.
__________3. The female parts of the flower.
_________5. The part of the embryo that first grows downward to form the stem of the seedling.
II. Illustrate the development of the seeds.
1. What are the factors in choosing a garden or farm site?
2. Why it is important to make a plan in selecting the farm site?