Seeds have different shapes, sizes
          and colors.
Seeds have different shapes, sizes
          and colors.
       By Pedro Torres
• sunflower     seeds --------------

•   pea seeds ------------------

• strawberry    seeds ---------------------------

...
SEED SHAPES

• sunflower     seeds --------------

•   pea seeds ------------------

• strawberry    seeds ----------------...
SEED SHAPES

• sunflower     seeds --------------

•   pea seeds ------------------

• strawberry    seeds ----------------...
SEED SHAPES

• sunflower     seeds --------------

•   pea seeds ------------------

• strawberry    seeds ----------------...
SEED SHAPES

• sunflower     seeds --------------

•   pea seeds ------------------

• strawberry    seeds ----------------...
SEED SHAPES

• sunflower     seeds --------------

•   pea seeds ------------------

• strawberry    seeds ----------------...
Seed Sizes
Seed Sizes
• Sunflower seeds are commonly grown
  around 1.5-3.5m (largest seeds are 8m/
  Smallest are 2.5 inches)
• snow ...
Seed Colors

• strawberry seeds are yellow
• sunflower seeds are white and black
• pea seeds are green
Seed Colors

• strawberry seeds are yellow
• sunflower seeds are white and black
• pea seeds are green
Seed Colors

• strawberry seeds are yellow
• sunflower seeds are white and black
• pea seeds are green
Seed Colors

• strawberry seeds are yellow
• sunflower seeds are white and black
• pea seeds are green
A little information
    about seeds
A little information
        about seeds
•   Pea Seeds-- the outer part of the seeds protect
    the seeds from no harm

•...
sites
sites

http://urbanext.illinois.edu/gpe/case3/
index.html
http://www.theflowerexpert.com/content/
mostpopularflowers/morepop...
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  1. 1. Seeds have different shapes, sizes and colors.
  2. 2. Seeds have different shapes, sizes and colors. By Pedro Torres
  3. 3. • sunflower seeds -------------- • pea seeds ------------------ • strawberry seeds --------------------------- • pumpkin seeds --------------
  4. 4. SEED SHAPES • sunflower seeds -------------- • pea seeds ------------------ • strawberry seeds --------------------------- • pumpkin seeds --------------
  5. 5. SEED SHAPES • sunflower seeds -------------- • pea seeds ------------------ • strawberry seeds --------------------------- • pumpkin seeds --------------
  6. 6. SEED SHAPES • sunflower seeds -------------- • pea seeds ------------------ • strawberry seeds --------------------------- • pumpkin seeds --------------
  7. 7. SEED SHAPES • sunflower seeds -------------- • pea seeds ------------------ • strawberry seeds --------------------------- • pumpkin seeds --------------
  8. 8. SEED SHAPES • sunflower seeds -------------- • pea seeds ------------------ • strawberry seeds --------------------------- • pumpkin seeds --------------
  9. 9. Seed Sizes
  10. 10. Seed Sizes • Sunflower seeds are commonly grown around 1.5-3.5m (largest seeds are 8m/ Smallest are 2.5 inches) • snow white pumpkin seeds are 9.5 cm. and up • Snow white pumpkin seeds---->
  11. 11. Seed Colors • strawberry seeds are yellow • sunflower seeds are white and black • pea seeds are green
  12. 12. Seed Colors • strawberry seeds are yellow • sunflower seeds are white and black • pea seeds are green
  13. 13. Seed Colors • strawberry seeds are yellow • sunflower seeds are white and black • pea seeds are green
  14. 14. Seed Colors • strawberry seeds are yellow • sunflower seeds are white and black • pea seeds are green
  15. 15. A little information about seeds
  16. 16. A little information about seeds • Pea Seeds-- the outer part of the seeds protect the seeds from no harm • Strawberry Seeds--Q. why is the seeds outside of the fruit... A. it is just the way they have adapted, while on the outside, a bird could pick it up and spread the seeds while flying when the seeds fall off.
  17. 17. sites
  18. 18. sites http://urbanext.illinois.edu/gpe/case3/ index.html http://www.theflowerexpert.com/content/ mostpopularflowers/morepopularflowers/ sunflower http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sunflower http://www.bry-backmanor.org/gardenfun/ sunflowers.html
  19. 19. Thanks For Watching

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