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Sunflower: Phylum Phasion Show

Sunflower
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Lauren Markwith

on 2 March 2011

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Transcript of Sunflower: Phylum Phasion Show

Sunflowers are known for their golden color SUNFLOWER
actaully clusters of thousands of tiny flowers combined The sunflowers scientific name is Helianthus. "Heli" means sun and "anthus" means flower. The sunflowers division is Magnoliophyta. Its kingdom is Plantae. Photosynthesis is how a sunflower eats. It takes in carbon dioxide and sunlight and makes food with it. It gives out oxygen and it starts all over again. Sunflower seeds are yummy delicious snacks, that are healthy for you as well. A sunflower has blossoms of yellow, red or orange rays of petals fanning around disks with smaller petals. A sunflower has a green stem and two leaves on its side. Sunflowers grow to 10 or 12 feet. A sunflower can be found anywhere, as long as there is sun, water, soil, oxygen, and space. A sunflower reproduces from large seeds from the center of the flower head. These seeds go through pollination. Primarily, bees pollinate sunflowers. Classification Appearance Location and Nutrition Reproduction Interesting Facts A sunflower can be bred to change characteristics. Pollen in a sunflower cotains a sperm that fertilizes eggs in the femlae parts of the sunflower. Thanks
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