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Plant Life Cycle

MKB 2nd Grade Science

Donna Chavarro

on 15 April 2010

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Transcript of Plant Life Cycle

Seeds Germination Stem and Roots Leaves Flowers Pollination Seedling: A young plant. A
seedling grows and changes. With water, soil and sun,
the plant begins to grow. Seeds hold a tiny plant with leaves,
stem and root parts, plus a food supply. Stems push up toward the light.
Roots grow down into the soil. Leaves unfold, take in sunlight, and
produce food through photosynthesis. Many plants produce flowers
that are important in making seeds. Flowers are pollinated when pollen
from the stamen moves onto the pistil.
Seeds and fruit are produced.
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