A list of printable parts of a plant diagrams are available in this page. You can learn and download the plant diagrams to help you study in your Biology class. Let’s start studying the anatomy of a plant and take a look at the following simple plant anatomy image for kids below.
As you can learn in the parts of a plant diagram above, flowering plants especially have four major part types: the stems and branches, roots, leaves, and flowers. Roots anchor the plant in the ground and absorb water and mineral nutrients from the ground. Leaves contain chloroplasts, in which photosynthesis occurs. Carbon dioxide is absorbed through pores in the leaves; oxygen is produced as a byproduct of photosynthesis and is released. Plant cells have a supportive cellulose cell wall. More detailed plant part diagrams are available below.
Flowers are the reproductive part of most plants which contain pollen and tiny eggs called ovules. After pollination of the flower and fertilization of the ovule, the ovule develops into a fruit. Fruit also provides a covering for seeds, they can be fleshy like an apple or hard like a nut. Meanwhile seeds contain new plants and their halves contain food which supplies energy and materials for growth until the plant grows its first leaves above the ground.
The seed is enclosed inside the endocarp. The radicle is the part of the embryo which emerges first. Once outside it develops into a main root, producing root hairs and secondary roots. Provided above are the worksheet versions of the diagram. All these plant parts diagram images here are free and downloadable in printable quality. Find other anatomy structure diagrams in the other posts in this site!