Flowers and seeds
Wisconsin Academic Education Standards. The flower is the seed factory of the plant – where the flower produces seeds. A flower’s sepals cover a developing flower bud in order to protect the bud while it grows. The petals of a flower are often bright and colorful. The stamen is the male part of a flower. The pistil of a flower includes the stigma, style, and ovary. The ovary of a flower contains seeds. The ovule is the part of the plant that becomes a fruit. Read More...
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Wisconsin Academic Standards
SCI.LS. Disciplinary Core Idea: Life Science (LS)
SCI.LS1. Students use science and engineering practices, crosscutting concepts, and an understanding of structures and processes (on a scale from molecules to organisms) to make sense of phenomena and solve problem.
SCI.LS1.A. Structure and Function
SCI.LS1.A.4. Plants and animals have both internal and external macroscopic structures that allow for growth, survival, behavior, and reproduction.
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