Plants!
This happens after...
fertilization
germination
growfruitization
all of the above
What does this show?
germination
pollenation
photosynthesis
respiration
What is the purpose of this plant part?
reproduction
photosynthesis
look pretty
give food to insects
What is this?
stamen
pistil
petal
stomata
After fertilization a flower becomes...
a fruit
a leaf
dead
a pollen
The female part of a flower
pistil
vagina
stamen
stomata
What is this?
stomata
stamen
phosynthesizer
pistil
What is this?
pistil
stamen
leaf
root
A powder-like substance produced by the male part of a flower that helps make seeds.
pollen
pistil
stamen
root
The male part of a flower
stamen
penis
pistil
stomata
What do leaves do?
respiration
grow into a new plant
opens and closes the stomata
will grow into a new plant - has many cells
chlorophyll
the stuff plants have that helps them do photosynthesis
when pollen moves from the stamen to the pistil
powder-like substance produced by the male part of a flower that helps make seeds.
breathing
photosynthesis
using the sun to make sugar (food)
will grow into a new plant - has many cells
when pollen moves from the stamen to the pistil
absorb water
What to plants breathe in?
carbon dioxide
The male part of the flower that releases pollen
opens and closes the stomata
a protective layer on a seed
respiration
breathing
water, rocks, air, and decomposed life
The male part of the flower that releases pollen
to move something
transport
to move something
when pollen moves from the stamen to the pistil
opens and closes the stomata
using the sun to make sugar (food)
What to stems do
transport
opens and closes the stomata
will grow into a new plant - has many cells
make seeds
What do roots do?
absorb water
a hole in a leaf that allows gas to enter and leave
to move something
opens and closes the stomata
seeds
grow into a new plant
carbon dioxide
will grow into a new plant - has one cell
opens and closes the stomata
Flowers
make seeds
carbon dioxide
powder-like substance produced by the male part of a flower that helps make seeds.
grow into a new plant
pollen
powder-like substance produced by the male part of a flower that helps make seeds.
make seeds
part of the stem that sends up water
The female part of the flower that takes the pollen inside and later becomes the fruit
stamen
The male part of the flower that releases pollen
will grow into a new plant - has one cell
the gas that plants breathe out
water, rocks, air, and decomposed life
spore
will grow into a new plant - has one cell
breathing
opens and closes the stomata
transport
seed
will grow into a new plant - has many cells
grow into a new plant
part of the stem that sends up water
The male part of the flower that releases pollen
germinate
When a seed begins to grow
when pollen moves from the stamen to the pistil
carbon dioxide
powder-like substance produced by the male part of a flower that helps make seeds.
carbon dioxide
the gas that plants breathe in
will grow into a new plant - has one cell
The male part of the flower that releases pollen
part of the stem that sends up water
pistil
The female part of the flower that takes the pollen inside and later becomes the fruit
opens and closes the stomata
part of the stem that transports sugar and nutrients
absorb water
soil
water, rocks, air, and decomposed life
powder-like substance produced by the male part of a flower that helps make seeds.
using the sun to make sugar (food)
part of the stem that transports sugar and nutrients
oxygen
the gas that plants breathe out
using the sun to make sugar (food)
breathing
respiration
stomata
a hole in a leaf that allows gas to enter and leave
make seeds
the gas that plants breathe out
the gas that plants breathe in
pollination
when pollen moves from the stamen to the pistil
The male part of the flower that releases pollen
powder-like substance produced by the male part of a flower that helps make seeds.
part of the stem that sends up water
seed coat
a protective layer on a seed
respiration
part of the stem that sends up water
opens and closes the stomata
phloem
part of the stem that transports sugar and nutrients
breathing
using the sun to make sugar (food)
a hole in a leaf that allows gas to enter and leave
xylem
part of the stem that sends up water
The male part of the flower that releases pollen
will grow into a new plant - has many cells
a protective layer on a seed
guard cell
opens and closes the stomata
the stuff plants have that helps them do photosynthesis
part of the stem that sends up water
absorb water