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Science Chapter 3

Bob Jones University; 4th Grade Science Terms Ch. 3; Plants

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What do all living things do? reproduce
What is the transfer of pollen from the stamen to the pistil called? pollination
What is the name for a scientist who studies plants? a botanist
What are the three ways plants can be classified seeds or spores, flowers or cones, tubes or no tubes
New plants are always ______________ the parent plants. similar to
Grouping things that have similar characteristics together is called what? classifying
Plants that produce their seeds in cones are called what? conifers
What is the part of a flowering plant that makes the seeds? the fruit
Plants can be pollinated by what three things? animals, the wind, or self-pollination
Seeds can be dispersed in what ways? people, animals, water, and the wind
What does dispersed mean? to spread out seeds
What three parts make up a flower? stamen, pistil, and petals
What three parts make up a seed? seed coat, stored food, and developing plant
What are the conditions most seeds need to germinate? water, air, and proper temperature
What are the steps of a plant's life cycle? 1. A seed germintates 2. A seedling grows. 3. Flowers grow, and the plant becomes an adult. 4. An insect pollinates the plant. 5. The plant produces fruit. 6. The seeds disperse.
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