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Biology / Structure and Functions of a Plant

Biology / Structure and Functions of a Plant

The two main parts of a plant are

  • Root system and
  • Shoot system.

The part below the ground is called root system and the part above the ground is called shoot system.
Learn all about the root system of a plant:

  •   Roots of a plant
  •   Characteristics of roots
  •   Functions of roots
  •   Types of roots
  •   Modification of roots to perform some of the functions.
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  • Structure and Functions of Plants - SmartTest

    A SmartTest on Structure and Functions of Plants

    • Accessed by: 388 Students
    • Average Time: 00:04:13
    • Average Score: 46.19
    • Questions: 71
    • Introduction of plants
    • Parts of a plant
    • Characteristics and functions of root
    • Types of Roots
    • Storage roots
    • Support roots
    • Special functions
    • Review of root system
    • Leaves - venation, simple/compound leaves, arrangement
    • Flowers-parts and their functions
    • Pollination-agents and types of pollination
    • Fertilization-fruit, seed dispersal
    • Parts of a flower
    • Review of structure and parts of a plant
    • Stem
  • Root System of a Plant

    Learnhive lesson on Root System of a Plant.

    • Accessed by: 626 Students

    Structure and Functions of a Plant -- Summary

    Learnhive Lesson on Structure and Functions of a Plant

    • Accessed by: 296 Students

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