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What do you call the part of the seed that protects the seed? Seed Coat
What part of the seed gives food to the embryo? Stored Food
What do you call the part of the seed where the new plant begins to grow? Embryo
What is the part of the flower that has bright colors and attracts insects and birds to pollinate? Petals
What part of the flower produces pollen? Stamen
Where do the seeds grow? Pistil
When warmth, moisture and air cause the seeds to sprout this process is called? Germination
What do you call a powder material needed to make seeds? Pollen
When pollen goes from the stamen to the pistil this process is called? Pollination
What is the part of the flower that forms around the seed? Fruit
What do you call a baby plant? Seedling
List 3 ways that seeds can spread? By wind, water, and animals
What part of a plant is the fruit? The part of a flower that forms around the seed.
How do insects and birds help pollinate a flowering plant? Insects and birds are attracted to the colored petals and nectar. As they feed on the flower the pollen sticks to their bodies and beaks. Then the pollen is carried to the pitil of the same flower or another flower.
What do you call cycle of a seed germinating, stem leaves and roots develop, a sedling grows and a flower appears, the flowers open and is pollinated, the flower withers and seeds develop and scatter? The Life Cycle of a Flowering Plant
Created by: klosterman