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Science - Plant nutrition and reproduction

A short course covering the basics of the plant nutrition and reproduction. Ideal for students aged 9 upwards for revision, or for adults wishing to learn more on the subjects

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Science - Plant nutrition and reproduction

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Emma Begent-Cove

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What are the tiny holes called on the underside of leaves that diffuse carbon dioxide and allow oxygen into the air?


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48 questions
How is water absorbed by a plant?
From soil by the roots
What four things are needed in order for photosynthesis to take place?
Sunlight, chlorophyll, carbon dioxide and water
What is the purpose of pollination?
To create seeds for new plants
At what point does fertilisation take place inside a plant?
When the male and female sex cell nucleus join