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Science Chap 3

Plants

TermDefinition
All living things ... reproduce
Transferring pollen from stamen to pistil pollination
A scientist who studies plants botanist
One classification of plants cones or tubes
New plants are __________to the parent plants. similar
Grouping things with similar characteristics.... classifying
Plants that produce their seeds in cones are... conifers
Type of plant pollination self-pollination animals wind
A young plant without flowers seedling
The part of a flowering plant that contains the seeds fruit
Ways for seeds to be dispersed animals people water wind
Label the parts of a flower pistil stamen petal
Label the parts of a seed developing plant stored food seed coat
Order the life cycle of a flowering plant 1. germinates 2. seedling grows 3. flowers grow, becomes adult 4. insect pollinates plant 5. plant produces fruit 6. seeds dispersed
Created by: PRO Teacher dsaff