The Life Cycle of Plants

While reading Plant Cycle, I came across many new words. For example, Germination, Sprout, Pollen, Reproduction, and Ovules.

Germination is defined as the process of seeds growing. When seeds begin to go through the germination process, they proceed to sprout. After the plants have grown, they create pollen, which are the yellow particles made by plants for reproduction. Pollen and ovules combine to make seed.

Seeds can travel in many different ways. For example, birds carry seeds away, which can lead to germination after the birds eat them. The wind can also cause seeds to fall off trees, which other plants need to go through in order to be able to grow.

[Source: Plant Cycle, Ray James]

Wow Sol, great job!! – james KramerMonona WI (2019-06-29 10:06)