The food that leaves make.
Natural, nonliving materials found in soil.
Not needed for for plants to grow.
A kind of plant stem.
Take water and minerals out of the soil.
Hold the plant tightly in the ground.
Turn energy from the sun into food for the plant.
Carry food and water from one part of the plant to another.
A mineral found in soil.
Poisonous to plants.
A gas in the air that goes into tiny opening in the leaves.
A liquid made by the leaves.
Carrying pollen from one flower to another.
Making honey to feed young plants.
Dancing to tell one another where flowers are.
A yellowish powder that must move to the center of a flower before seeds can form
The part of a flower that keeps insects and birds away
The flower of a pine tree
The part of a plant where seeds are
Grow straight into the air
Hold the plant tightly in the ground and absorb water and nutrients for the plant to live and grow
Turn energy from the sun into food for the plant
Carry food and water to different parts of the plant
A cone that has not opened
The part of a seed that contains stored food for the plant
The hard outer covering of the seed
The leaf that grows into the fruit.
A pine tree
An apple tree
A palm tree
When the tiny plant inside a seed begins to grow and develop
The outside part of a flower
The thin hard outer part of a seed
A natural nonliving material found in soil.