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Plant Keynote Project CF
 

Plant Keynote Project CF

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I made a keynote on the seven things plants need.

I made a keynote on the seven things plants need.

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Plant Keynote Project CF Plant Keynote Project CF Presentation Transcript

  • Plant seeds... By: Silvia Alvarez
  • Seeds all of the seeds are different in many ways they have different shape,size,color,and patterns.
  • About Seeds... some seeds can be eaten. some of the seeds germinate easier than other seeds need condition to be met before they will germinate.
  • Seed sizes... All of the seeds have different sizes. There’s small, medium, large, sizes. If you compare a bean seed to a sunflower seed the bean seed will be a different size(it would be bigger) <-- sunflower seed <--bean seed
  • Seed Shapes... All of the seeds come in different shapes. If you compare a bean seed to a corn seed they would be very different. The bean seed is oval shaped, and the corn seed is shaped close to a triangle.
  • Seed colors... Seeds have many different color’s. Some are red, yellow, black, green, orange,ect.
  • Seed patterns... All seeds have different patterns. some have lines that go all around the seed, smooth strokes, bumps, cracks, and so on.
  • Citations... http://urbanext.illinois.edu/gpe/ case3/c3facts1.html http://www.tc.umn.edu/~hmuller/ http://waynesword.palomar.edu/ plfeb99.htm http://www.enchantedlearning.com/ subjects/plants/printouts/ floweranatomy.shtml