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Lesson 5 Vocabulary Crossword

Across
A fleshy fruit with a hard stone in the center, like a peach.
A fruit that has a core surrounded by fleshy tissue, such as an apple.
A fleshy fruit with a thin skin, such as a grape.
A hard, dry fruit that splits open, often along the top to form a window, allowing the seeds to sprinkle out. It is much like a follicle.
A berry that has a leathery skin that you can peel off, like an orange.
A method of scattering seeds that involves the plant automatically scattering the seeds when they are ripe. (Do NOT put a space between the two words.)
Seeds surrounded by a hard, woody covering, such as acorns.
A method of dispersal that involves the seeds moving to a different location by floating on or in the water. (Do NOT put a space between the two words.)
A plant that steals nutrients from another plant is called a _____ plant.
Down
The seed container for the plant.
Any edible part of a plant that does not house the seeds for the plant.
A hard, dry fruit that splits open along the side. It is much like a capsule.
A single, dry seed that is inside but not attached to a shell.
Fruits that have rows of seeds attached to the inside of the fruit, such as a bean.
Seeds that are light and designed to fly utilize ______. (Do NOT put a space between the two words.)
The method of spreading seeds used by man. Farmers planting seeds is an example of _____ of seeds. (Do NOT put a space between the two words.)
Seeds that are winged that float in a breeze when they detach from a tree to make their way to the ground.
A very small, one-seeded fruit that contains a bran coat and a seed that is called the germ.
A word that means the process of spreading or scattering something.
A fleshy fruit with a thick, hard skin or rind, such as a pumpkin.