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Parts of a Seed

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Sarah Hendrix

on 8 February 2011

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Transcript of Parts of a Seed

Parts of a Seed Germination What do seeds and plants
need to grow? seed coat The seed coat is the outer, protective layer covering the seed. seed leaf The seed leaf is the large fleshy part of the inside of the seed and is the food source for the seed until the plant grows through the top of the soil. plant leaf The plant leaf is the first leaves of a plant. plant root The plant root is the part between the stem and root. embryo Seeds have a tiny “baby” plant inside called the embryo. The embryo is the plant that grows out of the seed. The embryo has the first leaves of the plant and the root. So how does a seed grow into a plant? Plant Life seed seed coat splits
root emerges roots continue to extend
seed leaf begins roots continue
to grow seed leaf
emerges more seed coat
falls off plant leaf extends plant leaf
completely emerges stem straightens roots continue to
grow strong
and deep ? Germination is
the process of a
seed growing
into a plant. Seeds and plants need water, oxygen, and light and the right soil temperature to grow.
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