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Learn about the different ways plants reproduce and the different parts of plants.

The part of a plant that provides support and allows for the movement of water and nutrients through the plant is thestem
The "male" part of a flower is thestamen
Plants with roots, stems, leaves and flowers reproduce withseeds
When a male plant cell fertilizes a female plant cell, a seed that contains a young plant is produced. This young plant is calledan embryo
Ferns and mosses are examples of plant that reproduce withspores
The green pigment in the leaf of a plant that absorbs light energy from the sun ischlorophyll
The process by which pollen is transferred from the stamen to the stigma ispollination
The part of a plant where food is produced is theleaf
The process by which plants use the sun's energy to make sugar isphotosynthesis
The part of the pistil that receives the pollen is thestigma
The part of a plant that holds the plant in the ground and takes water and nutrients from the soil is theroot
Tiny bits of plant life that make reproduction possible in plants without seeds arespores
The plant kingdom can be divided into two groups. They areplants with spores and plants with seeds
A period of suspended life processes brought on by changes in the environment isdormancy
In photosynthesis, plants use water from the soil and a gas from the air to make sugar. The gas used by plants iscarbon dioxide
During photosynthesis, plants release a gas into the air. This gas isoxygen
Pollen is produced in thestamen
The "female" part of a flower is thepistil
The stamen, pistil, stigma and sepal are all plant parts that are involved inreproduction
The small leaves that form the housing of a developing flower are thesepals

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