Fun Facts About Plants By: Haemee Lee
Vascular and Non-Vascular Plants -Vascular plants have tubes to transport water and nutrients. -Vascular plants grow taller and wider. -Non-vascular plants don’t have tubes. -Since non-vascular plants don’t have tubes’ the water and nutrients are transported from cell to cell.
Flower Parts • The stamen part of the flower makes tiny grains of pollen. • The pistil carries the egg cells. • The sepals covers and protects the flower. • The petals attracts bees and other animals like birds.
Seeds, Spores, and Reproduction • Plants can be reproduced by seeds and spores. • Plants that have spores need to be in shady areas. • The plant will reproduce if it get enough water, sunlight, space, and carbon dioxide.
FOOD • Plants eat glucose. • Photosynthesis is the process of making food for plants.
What Plants Give Us • Plants give us oxygen.
Plant Parts and Their Functions • The roots absorbs the water and nutrients and for the plant. • Also, they hold the plant into the ground. • Taproots are fruits or vegetables that grow in the ground. • Examples of taproots are onions, carrots, and radishes. • The stem help the plant stand. • They transports the water and nutrients for the plant. • The leaves make glucose for the plant because of chloroplast. • They store the water and nutrients for the plant.