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Life Cycle Test

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What is the sweet liquid produced by flowers? nectar
What is a synonym for sprout? germinate
What is a word that means to produce offspring? reproduce
What is a tiny plant inside of a seed called? embryo
When an animal or plant is no longer living on earth, they are called what? extinct
What helps plants reproduce? birds, bees, bats, wind
What are the reproductive cells in a non-flowering plant called? spores
What are two things that help spread seeds? wind and water
What is released by a plant into the air? pollen
What does a plant's roots do to help a plant survive? soak up nutrients and anchor into the ground
What are the 4 main steps in the life cycle of a flowering plant? germination, maturity, reproduction, death
Why do oak trees benefit from animals hiding their acorns? The seeds get planted in a new environment.
How are birds and bees important to the life cycle of a flowering plant? The birds and bees pollinate the plant, making it produce nectar.
Created by: stillman