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Lesson 11 plant life cycle

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Lesson 11 plant life cycle

  1. 1. Plant Development How does a plant change throughout its lifetime? © Copyright 2012 The Aquaponic Source, Inc 1
  2. 2. Plants change just like people do! © Copyright 2012 The Aquaponic Source, Inc 2
  3. 3. Phase 1 - Seed Plants start as seeds © Copyright 2012 The Aquaponic Source, Inc 3
  4. 4. Phase 2 – Cotyledon A little bit of plant is poking out of the seed © Copyright 2012 The Aquaponic Source, Inc 4
  5. 5. Phase 3 - Seedling The baby plant reaches the light © Copyright 2012 The Aquaponic Source, Inc 5
  6. 6. Phase 4 - Vegetative The plant is full-sized but does not have flowers or fruit © Copyright 2012 The Aquaponic Source, Inc 6
  7. 7. Phase 5 - Flowering The plant produces flowers to attract pollinators © Copyright 2012 The Aquaponic Source, Inc 7
  8. 8. Phase 6 - Fruiting The plant produces fruits that have seeds © Copyright 2012 The Aquaponic Source, Inc 8
  9. 9. Phase 7 - Death All plants die at some point © Copyright 2012 The Aquaponic Source, Inc 9
  10. 10. Activity Guide - The Phases 1. Seed – the plant is just a seed planted in the ground. 2. Cotyledon – a little bit of plant and roots are poking out of the seed. It is still underground though! 3. Seedling – the plant has reached the surface but is still a baby plant. 4. Vegetative – The plant is its full-size now but it does not have any flowers or fruit. 5. Flowering – The plant produces flowers to attract pollinators like bees. 6. Fruiting – The plant produces fruit that have the seeds to make new plants. 7. Death - Eventually every plant will die. © Copyright 2012 The Aquaponic Source, Inc 10

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