Science Chapter 2, Lesson 1 Plant Life Cycles

seed (noun)
a structure that can grow into a new plant
embryo (noun)
the young plant inside a seed
flower (noun)
the part of a plant that makes seeds
pollination (verb)
the movement of pollen from the male part of a plant to the female part WORD ORIGIN: the root word "pollen" comes from the Latin word "pollen" which means "mill dust, fine flour."
fruit (noun)
a structure that holds seeds
cone (noun)
the part of conifers that make seeds
life cycle* (noun)
how an organism grows, changes, and reproduces
WORD ORIGIN: the word "cycle" comes from the Greek word "kyklos" which means "circle" or "wheel"