Life Cycle of Angiosperms

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Life Cycle of Angiosperms

Inside the fruit, a seed is forming. This is the embryobnic stage of the plant.

Angiosperm Life Cycle

Every plant with a flower that you see around you is an angiosperm. These plants reproduce sexually, with two parts, a male stamen where the pollen is produced and a female style, where the embryo developes into a seed. The seed is enclosed within a fruit.

This is the very moment when the seed splits open and a little seedling emerges.

Mature Plant

Seed

Germination

Seedling

A young plant is called a seedling, It grows wuickly spreding leaves and roots.

Soon, the plant woll be full grown and flower, beginning the cylce again.

A fruit is formed where the petals fall off of a flower.

Fertilization

Fruit

Sara Holderbaum Fall 2015EDCI 270 TA: Erin Besser

Birds, insects, and elements transport pollen from the stamen to the stigma.


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