GCSE biology (Plant reproduction)

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Germination! match the words on the left to there definitions...

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embryo

food store

seed coat

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a tough protective outer covering

the young root and shoot that will become the adult plant

starch for the young plant to use until it is able to carry out photosynthesis


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