How do plants reproduce? Most of them make seeds. Making seeds usually happens through a process called fertilization, and plant fertilization almost always involves pollen. Plants aren't really boys or girls, but they do make seeds from combining male and female cells. The male part is called pollen. The female and other reproductive parts are called the Pistil, the Ovary and the Placenta. Pollen is what makes seeds possible.
Is there another way to reproduce plants? Can you create life? The consequences to man's attempt to master life and death are made evident when, Victor Frankenstein, a young scientist in Mary Shelley's Frankenstein, unwittingly creates a "monster" that counteracts man's new control over life and death. Try this fun experiment to create your own little "Frankenstein" Plants ...
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Learn how plants germinate from seeds, how they grow, what they need to grow, what they produce, and how their roots, stems, and leaves work.
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