Through Tomatosphere™, your students investigate the effects of outer space on the germination of tomato seed. This is a hands-on program that builds scientific inquiry and experimentation skills.
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What are the main parts of plants and what functions do these parts they serve for plants?
Plants need to exchange gases and water with their environment as part of photosynthesis. Some plant cells have evolved specifically for this purpose.
3 images of some asymmetrical flowerheads such as an iris and an Orchis Sima or Monkey Orchid
8 images of some flowerheads such as roses and water lilies whose outer petals are longer than the petals in the centre of the flower
5 images of some flowerheads such as petunias and lilies that start as a narrow base and widen to an open shape
7 images of some symmetrical flowerheads such as asters and sunflowers whose petals radiate from the centre of the flower
Learn about sexual and asexual reproduction in plants.