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All About Plants!
Parts of a Plant
What part of the plant carries water and nutrients to other parts of the plant?stems
What the four main parts of a plant?stems, flowers/fruit, leaves, roots
#1 is what part of a plant? leaves
#2 is what part of a plant? flowers
#3 is what part of a plant? fruit
#4 is what part of a plant? stems
#6 is what part of a plant? roots
What is the main job of the leaves on a plant?To trap sunlight to make its own food.
This part of the plant helps to make food for the plant. What is it?leaves
What part of a plant produces the seeds?flower
What is the main job of the roots on a plant?To anchor a plant and to absorb nutrients from the soil.
What part of a plant is a carrot an example of ?roots
Corn, peas, beans, walnuts and almonds are all examples of this part of a plant.seeds
Asparagus is an example of TWO parts of a plant. Name both parts.stems and flowers
Cauliflower and broccoli are both examples of this part of a plant.flowers
Name 2 types of leaves that you can eat.Lettuce, cabbage, spinach, etc.
What do you call the baby plant inside the seed?embryo
This part of a seed is like the ‘bellybutton” of a seed … it’s the scar on the seed coat where it was attached to the plant’s stalk. hilum
This is where the stored food of the seed is.cotyledon
What is this part of a seed called?embryo
What is this part of a seed called?cotyledon
What is this part of a seed called?seed coat
The outer protective layer covering the seed.seed coat
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