1125-13 Plant Growth and Development Wall Charts, Set of three
The reproductive role of flowers, representative plant life histories, and chief parts of flowering plants are illuminated in this set of three charts.
Set includes the following:
The Flower and Pollination: Exemplifying a complete flower with all parts identified, the orange blossom illustrates the reproductive function of flowers. Supplementary figures depict other flower types and at the same time illustrate 4 methods of pollination.
Plant Growth: The life cycles of the bean (a dicot) and corn (a monocot) are compared and contrasted from seed germination and growth stages through the formation of the fruit.
Parts of a Plant: Employing the bean as a representative flowering plant, this chart identifies the five principal parts of a plant while explaining the task each part performs.
Chart set is mounted at the top with black Snap-Grip® trim that includes removable / repositionable eyelets ready for hanging
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