Plant Reproduction



Plants have adaptations to disperse seeds using wind, water or animals.

Plants reproduce sexually to produce seeds, which are formed following fertilisation in the ovary.

Flowers contain the plant’s reproductive organs.

Pollen can be carried by the wind, pollinating insects or other animals

The Essentials

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Deeper Understanding

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