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Parts of a Plant Flowers- responsible for plants reproduction. Stem- holds flowers, leaves and fruits. Transport plant food. Leaves- photosynthesis process occurs here. Roots- anchor plants and absorbs water and nutrients from the soil.
There are two types of seeds dicot and monocot. Seeds
A monocot seed has one area of stored food. Example: Corn Seeds A monocot leaf has veins that are parallel. Example: Banana tree leaves Monocots have fibrous root systems. Monocot
A dicot has two areas that are easily split apart. Example: Beans Dicot’s leaves have veins that branch out. Dicots plants have taproot systems. Example: carrots Dicot
Dicots and Monocot seeds On the diagram show here you can appreciate the differences in Dicots and Monocot seeds.
The big thing that connects plants is photosynthesis. Itis the process that allows plants to take energy from the Sun and create sugars. Plants are able to turn sunlight into energy but not directly. Plants are actually able to store energy in some chemical bonds that can be used later. Photosintesis