Plants & Pollinations - Fertilization is the sperm...

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PLANTS AND POLLINATION By: Saira Tabassum
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PLANTS
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What Is a Plant? Plants are living things. Like us they grow, feed and produce young. There are lots of different kinds of plants, from weeds to trees.
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Kinds of plants: 1. Grasses Fruit-Bearing Plants Grains
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POLLINATION
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POLLINATION Pollination is transfer of pollen from the male reproductive organ (stamen) to the female reproductive organ (pistil) of the same or of another flower or cone. Pollen: fine powder, the male part of a flower Stamen: The pollen-producing reproductive organ of a flower Pistil: The female, ovule-bearing organ of a flower
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Difference between Pollination & Fertilization: Pollination is the spreading of pollen from the male to the female part of a flower.
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Unformatted text preview: Fertilization is the sperm and egg joining to form a zygote. POLLINATION What is a Pollinator? Seeds and fruits are dispersed in four main ways. by animals by the wind self dispersal by water All are pollinators. Why plants need sunlight and fertilizers? Plants require a combination of elements to thrive: Sunlight Moisture Right balance of nutrients Just as human beings may take vitamin supplements to offset deficiencies in diet, plants may need fertilizer to balance deficiencies in the soil. Fertilizer provides the elements required to allow the plant to make best use of the nutrition available in the soil http://www.catalogs.com/info/garden-yard/what-does-a-plant-need...
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