Plant Life Cycles

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Plant Life Cycles. How do plants grow?. Seeds-structures that can grow into new plants Embryo-a young plant inside a seed that is ready to grow Seeds store food to help the embryo survive and have a tough covering to protect the embryo Germinate-begin to grow Seedling-a small plant
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Plant Life Cycles How do plants grow?
  • Seeds-structures that can grow into new plants
  • Embryo-a young plant inside a seed that is ready to grow
  • Seeds store food to help the embryo survive and have a tough covering to protect the embryo
  • Germinate-begin to grow
  • Seedling-a small plant
  • http://www.bbc.co.uk/schools/scienceclips/ages/5_6/growing_plants_fs.shtml
  • How do plants make seeds?
  • Flower-the plant structure that makes seeds
  • Flowering plants-plants that use flowers to make seeds
  • Seeds have two parts: pollen-male part and egg-female part
  • Ways that the pollen and egg get together: wind, animals, or insects
  • Pollination-the movement of pollen to the egg
  • Fruit-the structure that holds the seeds
  • Seeds travel to the soil by wind, falling to the ground, or animals (by being buried, sticking to fur, or as waste)
  • http://www.teachersdomain.org/resource/evscps.sci.life.seedint/
  • What is the life cycle of some plants?
  • Life cycle-the stages of an organism’s life
  • Plant life cycle-how a plant germinates, grows, and reproduces
  • Conifers-plants that reproduce using cones
  • Cones-plant structures that make seeds
  • Two types of plants-Flowering plants and Conifers
  • http://www2.bgfl.org/bgfl2/custom/resources_ftp/client_ftp/ks2/science/plants_pt2/index.htm
  • How do plants grow without seeds?
  • Spores-can fall to the ground and make a new plant
  • Spores-cannot store food
  • Fern is a type of plant that makes spores
  • Potatoes create new plants through “eyes” or white spots
  • Bulb-underground stem (onion is one type)
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