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What is plant life cycle?
Last Updated: 24th May, 2020
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Then, what are the 5 stages of plant life cycle?
The major stages of the flower life cycle are the seed, germination, growth, reproduction, pollination, and seed spreading stages.
- Seed Stage. The plant life cycle starts with a seed; every seed holds a miniature plant called the embryo.
- Spreading Seeds.
One may also ask, what is the life cycle of a plant for kids? The seed is the very first beginning of plant life. Inside the seed is everything the plant will become, it just needs water and sunlight to begin to germinate and grow. Seeds of different plants can vary in size and appearance but they all have a seed coat which gives the plant food and protects it from damage.
People also ask, why is plant life cycle important?
Seed dispersal For the seeds to grow into healthy new plants, they must be 'dispersed' or spread away from each other and their parent plant. This is important, as it means there will be less competition for the sunlight, water and nutrients in the soil that they need to grow big and strong!
What are the 2 stages of a plant life cycle?
Plants have two distinct stages in their lifecycle: the gametophyte stage and the sporophyte stage. The haploid gametophyte produces the male and female gametes by mitosis in distinct multicellular structures. Fusion of the male and females gametes forms the diploid zygote, which develops into the sporophyte.