Flowering plants

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Flowering plants

  1. 1. FLOWERING PLANTS and FRUITS
  2. 2. DIFFERENT PARTS OF THE FLOWER• PETALS are the coloured part of the flower.• All the petals together are the corolla.
  3. 3. DIFFERENT PARTS OF THE FLOWER• SEPALS are the small green leaves which protect the flower.• All the sepals together are the calyx. SEPALS
  4. 4. DIFFERENT PARTS OF THE FLOWER• THE STAMENS and THE OVARY are in the middle of the flower.• The stamen make pollen and the ovary makes ovules. POLLEN OVARY
  5. 5. POLLINATION• When a male polen joins with a female ovule, a seed is made, and then a fruit.• Insects can carry some pollen from one flower to another.• Insects have food from nectar and can make honey.
  6. 6. FRUITS• FRUITS grow from flowers.• We can classify fruit into two groups: • FLESHY FRUITS are juicy because they have a lot of water:pears, apples, melon, … • NUTS do not have a lot of water: acorn, peanuts, …
  7. 7. SEEDS• SEEDS are inside fruits.• Some fruit have only one seed, like peaches, plums, cherries,…• Others have a lot of seeds like, tomatoes, melon, oranges, …
  8. 8. PLANTS ARE BORN• Plants are born from seeds.• In Spring the flowers grow.• The ovaries inside the flowers become a fruit.
  9. 9. PLANTS ARE BORN• Fruits have seeds inside.• When the fruit is ripe, it falls to the ground or we can collect it and plant the seeds.• When the seeds are in the soil, a new plant can grow from each seed.
  10. 10. PLANTS ARE BORN• Fruits have seeds inside.• When the fruit is ripe, it falls to the ground or we can collect it and plant the seeds.• When the seeds are in the soil, a new plant can grow from each seed.

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