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Science 5

Comp Check 1.8

a word that means "made of many parts" composite
the flowers in the center of a daisy disk flowers
a composite that may look like a daisy but has more than one flower head per stem aster
the largest family of flowering plants composite family
a composite with yellow ray flowers and brown dish flowers black-eyed Susan
a prickly purple composite thistle
a composite whose pollen is carried by the wind and causes hay fever ragweed
an insect that is often called the thistle butterfly painted lady butterfly
a bird that makes its next of thistle down goldfinch
the white flowers that surround the daisy's center flowers ray flowers
What is the largest family of flowering plants? composites
Describe what ragweed is and what it can cause. Ragweed is a composite flower that grows in the fall. Its pollen can cause a person who is allergic to pollen to have hay fever. (The goldenrod is sometimes mistakenly thought to be the cause of hay fever.)