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Complete the puzzle.
The flower is the ____ organ of a flowering plant.
The recycling of leaves. The dead leaves are used to fertilize the soil.
The part of a tree that is above the trunk and consists of branches, twigs, and leaves.
Some trees have a ____, which is a main root and much larger than the other roots of the tree.
This part of a plant holds the plant in place.
Simple plants absorb what they need directly from the ____.
A dusty powder that is produced in the stamen.
These types of trees lose their leaves every year.
The ____ plant has leaves that are filled with juice. An insect falls and drowns in the juice. This plant then turns the insect into liquid and uses it as food.
A plant-like organism that lives in the water. They are an important source of food for many water creatures and also generate a lot of oxygen.
A part of some flowers that forms around a seed.
____ plants steal foods from other plants.
A common type of fungus. Some of these can be eaten, however many are poisonous.
During photosynthesis, a plant absorbs ____, sunlight, and carbon dioxide.
You can determine the age of a tree by counting the ___ on the stump. (2 words)
A type of evergreen, parasitic plant. It has small, greenish flowers and white berries.
The sticky top of the pistil where pollination occurs when pollen from another flower gets stuck on this.
Most carnivorous plants like to eat these.
The roots of trees protect against erosion by holding the ____ in place.
This is what happens after a seed has met its three needs and it begins to break open. Usually this will occur in the spring.
One of the four things that plants need. The sun provides plants with this need.
This is inside of a seed and used by the plant in its earliest growth stages. (2 words)
This protects the young plant inside of a seed before the seed germinates. (2 words)