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The Life Cycle of a Plant

Plants go through an evolutionary cycle known as their life cycle that ensures their survival. Germination is the first step of plant cultivation. This occurs when a seed breaks through its outer shell and begins to grow roots and leaves that allow sunlight to enter its cells and feed itself through photosynthesis, providing sustenance. Seed

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The Flower Life Cycle

Every flowering plant begins as a tiny seed. Through sunlight, water, and soil conditions, this seedling germinates into an attractive sprout or seedling with stems and roots to absorb nutrients while leaves capture sunlight for photosynthesis and create food by photosynthesis. Flowers contain male sexual parts (anthers) and female sexual parts (pistils). Pollen from the

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The Life Cycle of a Plant

A plant’s life cycle refers to the series of steps it undergoes in order to reproduce and grow, similar to what occurs with bryophytes, fungi and algae. Most plants begin as seeds that sprout into seedlings before eventually reaching maturity and producing flowers and fruits. Seed Seeds are miniature plants with roots, stems, and leaves

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