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Seitz Life Processes

Life Processes

What are the 4 basic parts of a plant? Stem, roots, leaves, and flower
What does the root do for the plant? Anchors the plant and absorbs water, nutrient and minerals.
What does the stem do for the plant? Gives support and allows water and food to flow through the tubes in it.
What do the leaves do for the plant? Photosynthesis takes place in the leaves. This makes the food for the plant.
What does the flower do for the plant? Makes seeds to produce more plants.
What are the six basic parts of a flower? Sepal, stamen, pistil, stigma, ovary, ovules and seed.
What does the sepal do? They protect the petals before the flower blooms
What does the stamen do? It is the male part of the flower that produces pollen
What does the pistil do? It is the female part that is divided in the sticky stigma and the hollow ovary which holds the ovules (eggs)
What is pollination? When pollen form the stamen of one flower is transferred to the pistil of another plant. The pollen moves from the stigma to the ovary where it fertilizes the ovule and a seed forms.
What is another way that some plants reproduce? Spores
What is photosynthesis? The process by which plants make their own food.
What is photosynthesis? The process by which plants make their own food.
What is dormancy? A period of inactivity brought on by changes in environment
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