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Plants around us

Plants glossar

Roots Part of a plant that holds it in the ground and absorbs minerals and water.
Stem It gives support to the plant. Water and minerals go through it from the roots to the other parts of the plant.
Leaves Part of a plant that takes sunlight to make its own food.
Flower Part of a plant that has the reproductive organs inside.
Branch Division of the stem in different "arms".
Trunk Hard and thick stem.
Tree Big plant with high branches and a trunk.
Bush Kind of plant that is shorter than a tree. It has low branches and sometimes more than one hard stem.
Grass Short plants with a thin stem. They are flexible and they bend with the wind.
Angiosperm Plants that produce flowers and fruits.
Gymnosperm Plants that do not produce fruits. Their seeds are in cones
Seed Part of a plant that grows into a new plant.
Spore Small cell produced by some non-flowering plants for reproduction.
Pollen Fertilizing elementof flowering plants, usually yellowish grains.
Photosynthesis Process by which plants use water, minerals, sunlight and carbon dioxyde to produce their own food.
Created by: triniferro31