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PARTS OF A PLANT 1

CARMALT - Specialized cell tissue of plants

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This part of a plant anchors and holds the plant in the ground or water roots
This plant part supports the plant and holds the leaves up to the light stems
Plants absorb carbon dioxide and release what? oxygen
Inside a plant, this green stuff gathers energy from the sun chlorophyll
This part of a plant absorbs water and minerals roots
Inside this plant part, zylem tissue transports water and minerals up from the roots, while phloem tissue takes the leaf-produced food throught the plant stem
Area of the plant that produces food leaves
Plant part that reproduces seeds
Plant part where seeds are made flower
What are the 5 parts of the flower? stamens, anthers, stylem, fruit, petals
Created by: EM4CARMALT