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  • Parts of a Plant By Chris Morales
  • Seed Seed coat is a hard outer protective covering of a seed.
  • Roots Roots hold the plant in the ground. Roots take water and nutrients from the soil. Roots carry water and nutrients to the stem.
  • Green Leaves Green leaves use air, water and energy from sunlight to make food for the plant.
  • Seedling A new baby plant. The roots grow down into the soil, but the stem grows up toward the sunlight and out of the ground. A new plant sprout that comes out of the ground.
  • Flower Is the colorful part of the plant that produces fruit and seeds. A flower contains pollen which is a powdery substance that attracts bees and birds which fertilize the flower seed and cause the flower to produce fruit.
  • Fruit Fruit can grow around the seed. When the fruit is eaten, then the seed goes back into the ground to start the plant cycle all over again.
  • Pollen Powder is the powdery stuff found in flowers.
  • Germinate Begin to grow.
  • Stem The stem carries water and nutrients to the leaves and the flower.