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PLANT LIFE PLANT LIFE
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PLANT LIFE PLANT LIFE
REPRODUCTION IN REPRODUCTION IN
PLANTS PLANTS
Living things have a finite lifespan and
continue life through reproduction. Plants, like
animals, reproduce by creating new plants in
a process called reproduction.
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PLANT LIFE PLANT LIFE
REPRODUCTION IN REPRODUCTION IN
PLANTS PLANTS
Living things have a finite lifespan and
continue life through reproduction. Plants, like
animals, reproduce by creating new plants in
a process called reproduction.
Plants reproduce by the following
methods:
TYPES OF TYPES OF
REPRODUCTION REPRODUCTION
1. Asexual reproduction 
2. Sexual reproduction
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PLANT LIFE PLANT LIFE
REPRODUCTION IN REPRODUCTION IN
PLANTS PLANTS
Living things have a finite lifespan and
continue life through reproduction. Plants, like
animals, reproduce by creating new plants in
a process called reproduction.
Plants reproduce by the following
methods:
TYPES OF TYPES OF
REPRODUCTION REPRODUCTION
1. Asexual reproduction 
2. Sexual reproduction
Asexual reproduction Asexual reproduction
Asexual reproduction involves offspring arising
from a single parent, inheriting only the
parent's characteristics, resulting in exact
copies of the parent plant.
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PLANT LIFE PLANT LIFE
REPRODUCTION IN REPRODUCTION IN
PLANTS PLANTS
Living things have a finite lifespan and
continue life through reproduction. Plants, like
animals, reproduce by creating new plants in
a process called reproduction.
Plants reproduce by the following
methods:
TYPES OF TYPES OF
REPRODUCTION REPRODUCTION
1. Asexual reproduction 
2. Sexual reproduction
Asexual reproduction Asexual reproduction
Asexual reproduction involves offspring arising
from a single parent, inheriting only the
parent's characteristics, resulting in exact
copies of the parent plant.
The kind of reproduction in
which a new plant grows from
the body parts of a plant
such as the stem, roots and
leaves is called vegetative
propagation.
V E G E T A T I V E V E G E T A T I V E
P R O P A G A T I O N P R O P A G A T I O N
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1. How do plants make their food?
Ans. Plants make their food through a process called photosynthesis, where they use sunlight, water, and carbon dioxide to produce glucose and oxygen.
2. What are the different parts of a plant and their functions?
Ans. The different parts of a plant include roots (absorb water and nutrients), stems (support the plant and transport water and nutrients), leaves (photosynthesis), flowers (reproduction), and fruits (contain seeds).
3. How do plants reproduce?
Ans. Plants reproduce through either sexual reproduction (pollination and fertilization) or asexual reproduction (vegetative propagation, such as through runners, bulbs, or cuttings).
4. How do plants adapt to their environment?
Ans. Plants adapt to their environment through processes such as changing their leaf shape or thickness, developing thorns or spines for protection, or having roots that grow deep to access water underground.
5. How important are plants for the environment?
Ans. Plants are crucial for the environment as they produce oxygen, provide food and habitats for animals, help regulate the climate, and contribute to the water cycle.
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