Table of Contents
1. Parts of a Seed
2. The Process of Germination
3. Organs of a Plant
4. How the Seed Connects to Our Central Idea
6. Fun Facts
Parts of a seed
The parts of a seed are:
★ Seed Coat
The process of germination
The seed starts with the
seed coat on the exterior
of the seed. As the seed
progresses, more and
more of the seed are
Shown and some parts
even fall off.
Organs of the Plant
The three main organs of any seed plant are:
★ The roots
★ The leaves
★ The stem
How the Seed Connects to Our Central Idea
The seed connects to our Central Idea because seeds have structures
and processes too. A few processes are:
Some structures are:
★ Seed Coat, Cotyledon, Hypocotyl, Epicotyl,
★ Roots, stem, leaves
Central Idea: Systems have structures and processes that interact to
★ Plants don’t germinate in an exact time period, it
depends on the size and shape of the plant and/or
★ Every tiny seed you plant becomes it’s own plant
★ All seed plants have two things in common, produce vascular tissue and
★ Scientists have found that there are over 25, 000 seeds in the world
★ Seeds can be many different ways
★ Seeds come in very different colors, shapes, and sizes
★ Seeds are the first step in the plant growth process, germination
In conclusion, I gained a lot of knowledge from this topic.
The seed is a very fascinating organism. I learned all
about the parts, the systems, and the structures. I hope
you learned a lot from my project.
What are the three main organs of the plant?
What is the outside or shell of the seed called?
How long do plants take to germinate?
What do all seed plants have in common?
What is the first step in the process of the plant?
What does the Cotyledon do?