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Structure and Function of plant parts
Transcript of Structure and Function of plant parts
Flowers are used for reproduction (pollen).
Lures pollinators to help spread the pollen.
The root absorbs water and inorganic nutrients .
Roots anchor the plant into the soil and support it.
They also store food.
Stems are framework for leaves, flowers, and seeds.
Carries water and minerals from the soil, and sugar from the leaves throughout the plant.
Green Stems also create food (Photosynthesis).
Stems can also store food.
Enable photosynthesis to occur (have a large surface area to absorb more sunlight).
Some leaves have adapted to help keep their plant alive depending on their environment. Pines have small, needle-like leaves to help reduce water loss. Cactus have large leaves to help conserve water. Aquatic leaves are wide which help them float on the surface.
Fruits protect the seeds and aid in the dispersing of the seeds. (Animals eat the fruits then release the seeds.)
Seeds protect young plants while they are being transported to a new location.
They also aid in the growth of a new plant by providing nutrients for it to start of until it can get nutrients on its own.