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Plants Vicente Marrufo
They grow and die. They produce young. Germinate means to start grow.
Nutrients include food, air, water and vitamins and minerals. A fruit is what a flower becomes after it is pollinated. Vegetables are other plants parts. Carrots are roots.
Leaves capture the sunlight to make food. Stems support the plant. They act like the plant’s plumbing system.
Flowers are the reproductive part of most plants. They contain pollen and tiny eggs. Roots act like straws absorbing water and minerals from the soil.
Pollination is very important. It leads to the creation of new seeds that grow into new plants. Plants make food, plants make oxygen, plants provide habitats for animals.
Animals dispersed seeds in several ways. First, some plants, have barbs or other structures that get tangled in animal fur or feathers, and are then carried to new sites.
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