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Plants: Development and Propagation Solutions

Here you will find the solutions to the tasks and exercises for the development and propagation of plants. First solve these tasks yourself and only then look at our solutions. If you have any problems, you can find information in our article "Plants: Development and Propagation". You are in the field of biology, section: Plants and Ecosystems.


Solutions to the tasks:
1.) Why are plants so important for the survival of animals and humans?

Plants serve as a food source for many living things. They also convert carbon dioxide into oxygen through photosynthesis.

2.) What does a plant develop from?

From seeds.

3.) What are the conditions for germination?

1.) It is damp around the seed, so it needs to be supplied with water. 2.) Oxygen is available and 3.) a certain temperature prevails.

4.) Which organs does a plant have?

Root, shoot, leaves and flower.

5.) What is the root for?

The root has the task of anchoring the plant in the ground and supplying it with water and minerals.

6.) What are the tasks of the leaves?

The plant can breathe through the leaves, water evaporation takes place here and reserves are built up. The leaves also serve to convert carbon dioxide into oxygen (photosynthesis).

7.) How do plants reproduce?

Plants produce pollen that bees and bumblebees bring to the female part of the plant. There is a carpel that looks like a pistil (and is therefore also called that). The elongated part of the stamp is called the stylus, the upper part is called the scar. The thickened part is the ovary, in which there are ovules and egg cells for fertilization. The fertilization produces seeds from which plants develop again.

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