Seeds and Growing Plants. Parts of a plant. Function of plant parts. Parts of a flower. What are seeds?. Parts of a seed – seed coat. Why do seeds have a seed coat?. Why do seeds have a seed coat?. Why are seeds so different?.
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Why do seeds have a seed coat?
Shape Size Colour Texture
Epicotyle = stem
Oxygen - Growth
Sun - Energy for PHOTOSYNTHESIS
Temperature – Cold? Hot? Warm?
Water - Photosynthesis and growth
What is germination?
2. Radicle becomes ROOT
3. Hypocotyl and epicotyl become the STEM
4. First leaves grow = PHOTOSYNTHESIS
Nitrogen – Growth, photosynthesis
Phosphorus – photosynthesis, flowering
Potassium – build proteins, prevent disease
Calcium – Strong cells
Magnesium – Photosynthesis
Sulfur - build proteins and produce food