The Plant Life Cycle

Plants undergo many steps in order to produce flowers and seeds. Pollination begins this process when male and female reproductive cells come together in the same area to form a zygote – this allows pollen grains to fertilize male reproductive cells while providing food to form flowers and seeds. Seeds can be dispersed through water,

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The Life of a Plant Cycle

Plants are multicellular organisms that use photosynthesis to produce food from water and sunlight, with life cycles marked by alternation of generations – in other words, diploid sporophytes alternate with gametophytes that reproduce sexually or asexually. Many plants begin their lives as seeds that germinate and develop until reaching maturity, producing flowers and seeds to

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The Life Cycles of a Plant

Seeds contain everything needed for new plant life to take root and flourish, including wind, water and animal dispersion methods. When they find favorable environments they will germinate into new life forms. Once a tree reaches maturity, it begins producing flowers which are pollinated either by animals or wind and eventually turn into fruit that

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