Main Parts of a Plant?


The four main parts of a plant are the roots, stem, leaves and flowers. The roots take in nutrients from soil, the stem transports these nutrients through plant, while the leaves are responsible for photosynthesis (food production).
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The four main parts of a plant are: Roots-take in water and food. Stem-transports the water and food to the leaves and flowers, like a straw. Leaves-responsible make the food for the pant. Flowers-produce the seeds for new plants. You can find more information here: http://www. primaryresources. co. uk/science/plants. htm
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