Leaves absorb sunlight, it affects the plants color (generally green). The leaves use the energy of the sun, carbon dioxide from the air and water from the soil to make glucose which is a sugar that the plant uses as a food.
Leaves have one sole purpose and that is to make more food for the plant through a process known as photosynthesis. As the leaves absorb sunlight, it affects the plant's color (generally green).
Flowers are either female, meaning they have what is called pistil, or male meaning they have a stamen.
Xylem and Phloem
Female or Male
Pistil and Stamen
Fruits or Seeds
The root has several functions. First, it anchors the plant from being blown away from its position. Second, it stretches itself through the soil in search of water and nutrient.
All plants are made up of five parts. These includes its roots, its stem, the leaves, the flower and finally, the seeds and/or fruits.
Self-pollination is when the pollen transported from the stamen to the pistil in the same plant.
Ovary of the plant
Transportation of nutrients
Cross-pollination is when the pollen is transported from the stamen of one plant to the pistil/stigma of another plant. This can occur through the blowing of wind through the hepl os bees that buzz around from one plant to another.
As the roots transports water and nutrients to the stem, the stem absorbs those food items and then transports them to the leaves.
Two different forms of cells are the xylem cells, which moves up the water through the stem and out to the leaves, and the phloem cells which moves the nutrients through the same process.
Ovary and Pistil
Pistil and Stigma
Stamen and Pollen
Once a plant has been pollinated, the flower, seed and/or fruit can then begin to grow. Without pollination, there would be no flowers or fruits so it is the most critical part of the plant life.
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