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Life Cycle of a Plant

Teacher: Joy Gonzales
Across
This plant part takes in water and minerals from the soil. It also anchors the plant in the soil.
Seeds are in this resting state.
These vascular plants have flowers.
Plants use water, carbon dioxide, and sunshine during this process in order to produce sugar and oxygen.
This is carried by birds and insects from the stamen of one flower to the pistil of another and help pollination to occur.
This plant part has the special job of turning sunshine into sugar.
Down
The process by which seeds are scattered either by the wind or animals.
When a seed sprouts.
This plant part is responsible for making seeds.
These vascular plants do not have flowers. Rather, they have cones.
This is an ingredient that plants do NOT require in order to grow though it is commonly assumed to be a requirement.