green coloring matter of leaves and plants, needed for photosynthesis.
identical in character or quality.
condition of the body in which there is incorrect function.
of a seed from which a plant develops (baby plant).
people, animals, or objects surroundings.
developed ovary of a seed plant.
begin to grow or develop.
of the plant that bears the seed and usually has brightly colored petals;
blossoms or blooms.
or process of growing; size or stage of development.
distance upward; distance between the lowest and highest points.
any of the
green parts growing from the stem of the plant.
increase the size of an object as with a lens.
a dry fruit
consisting of a kernel that can be eaten and a shell.
become aware of an object or event by using any of the senses to identify
the process by which plants use the sunlight as the source of energy to change
water and carbon dioxide into food for the plant with the help of chlorophyll.
thing that usually can produce its own food, reproduces, and rarely is able to
move around. Many are green and have a substance called chlorophyll. Examples are
vines, shrubs, flowers, trees, and bushes.
trait, characteristic, or essential quality of a living or nonliving thing.
part of the plant. Serves to anchor the plant and absorb water and minerals
from the soil.
the part of
a flowering plant that will grow into a new plant under the right conditions.
skin or coating of a seed.
grown from a seed; any young plant.
appearance of the figure of body of a person or object.
layer of the earth’s surface in which plants grow.
growth; to put forth buds or shoots.
stalk or trunk of a tree, shrub, or other plant, extending above the ground and
bearing the leaves, flowers, etc.
that comes from the sun.
continue to live or be in existence.
root for some plants which grows down into the soil vertically. Little
hair-like roots, or secondary roots, grow off the taproot. A carrot is an
example of a taproot as it absorbs and conducts water and minerals from the soil for the carrot
visual and tactile quality of a surface.
edible roots, leaves, flowers, or stems of a plant.