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Plant Vocabulary - Study These Word

Across
Flowers, leaves and stems grow from this part of the plant that we see in early spring on many trees and plants.
A plant that lives for a long time. It comes back every year after resting over the winter. Grass, trees and many flowers are examples.
A large, straight part of a plant. Underground, It grows downward with small roots growing out sideways.
A process by which a plant produces its food using energy from sunlight, carbon dioxide from the air, and water from the soil.
A packaged little plant with food around it (endosperm) and a covering protecting it.
The female part of the flower where a sticky bulb exists and is the part where the pollen lands and starts the fertilization process.
The female part of the flower. It is the innermost part of the flower and is composed of three parts.
Cone-bearing plants.
The style leads to the female part of the plant that contains the female egg cells called ovules.
The male part of a plant that is a long, thin stalk that supports the anther.
Down
The main body of a plant that holds up the limbs, leaves and flowers.
The reason why we grow many plants. This is the fancy part that really looks good and sometimes smells good, too.
The moving of the pollen from the anther to the stigma. Bees, butterflies and wasps can assist with this fertilization process.
Flowering plants. The majority of plants are these types of plants.
Often, the forgotten plant part, because it is underground and not seen. These parts of the plant are important because they help to hold the plant up and bring in food and water.
The substance that gives plants their green colour.
Small green leaves that surround and enclose a flower bud.
The miracle of nature when a seed comes to life.
The colourful parts of a flower. These parts are found just inside the sepals. They attract insects and other organisms.
The yellow-orange "dust" produced by flowers.
The male part of the flower. It is made up of the anther and filament.
This part of a plant transports nutrients downward and throughout from the leaves to other parts of the plants.
The part of the plant that transports water and minerals upward from the roots to other parts of the plants.