science of a plant

Parts of a plant, photosynthesis, life cycle and definitions

parts of a plant

One part of a plant is leaves are food factories.leaves have little openings that let air and water come and go,leaves catch energy from sunlight and use it to turn the air and water into food.Another, part of a plant is the flowers attract pollinators and make seeds that will someday grow into new plants.Another part of a plant is the stem supports the plant and carries water, nutrients and plant chemicals up and down to all parts of the plant.Another part of a plant is the fruit the part of the flower that holds the seed is called the ovary.After, pollination the petals fall away and the ovary develops into a fruit. The fruit protects the developing seeds. Another part of a plant is the seeds are little cases with a small plant inside the grown plant packs the seed with nutrients just like a lunch seeds end up having much more energy than other parts of a plant.The last part of a plant is the roots are hidden underground but, are very important because, it keeps the plant steady in the ground and sucks up water and nutrients from the soil and even food store for the future.


A definition of the flower is this is the fancy part that really looks good and sometimes smells good to.A definition for the stem is the main body of a plant that holds up the limbs leaves and flowers.A definition for a leaf is a food making factory of a plant leaves are usually green flat to catch light and attached to a stem.A definition for the roots is roots are important because,they help to hold the plant up and bring it food and water.A definition for photosynthesis is a process by witch a plant produces its food using energy from sunlight carbon dioxide from the air and water from the soil.A definition for reproduction is it attracts insects witch carry pollen.A definition for transport is it holds up plants.A definition for absorption is it holds the plant in the ground.


Photosynthesis is a process through which plants use carbon dioxide,water and light to create their own food and release oxygen into the air.To do photosynthesis you need three key things one of them is carbon dioxide, water, and light.

Life cycle

First, the roots hold the plant in the ground. Then, the stem holds up the plant. Next, the leaves go in to photosynthesis and carbon dioxide & release oxygen. After that, the flower attracts insects, which carry pollen. Finally comes the seed pod and the seeds fall out and create new plants and that life cycle of a plant can go on for ever.