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Plant Facts

Facts About Plants for Students, Parents and Teachers

Welcome to our plant facts category, an online learning resource where you can learn all about plants. This category is perfect for students, teachers, parents, and anyone wanting to learn about plants and their biological processes. We’re providing you with one of the largest collections of plant facts, data, stats, and information on the internet. All the plant facts, stats, and data published on our website have been thoroughly researched and validated. However, no process is perfect, if you discover any inaccurate facts about plants, please report it to us.

You can access all our plant related topics using the below drop down menu. Alternately, you can scroll down and select a topic from the list underneath our drop down menu. This category contains plant related topics, such as algae, bamboo, flowers, moss, and trees. This category also contains plant biology related topics, such as plant cells, photosynthesis, and pollination. We cover a wide variety of plant related topics, however if we don’t currently cover the plant topic you’re looking for, contact us and request it.

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Plant is the common name for hundreds of thousands of multicellular organisms in the Plantae kingdom. Botanists have identified around 320,000 plant species in the Plantae kingdom. Plants are divided into two different groups, seed-bearing plants, and plants without seeds. Most plant species who the process of photosynthesis to make their own food. The process of photosynthesis uses sunlight to convert water and carbon dioxide into sugar and oxygen. One of the reasons life can exist on Earth is because of the oxygen produced by plants using the photosynthesis process.

All plants have roots, stems, and leaves, while some plants also have flowers. Plant roots are used to absorb and store water and nutrients. Plant stems, also known as sticks or branches, connects all the parts of the plant together and transport nutrients. Plant leaves are where the process of photosynthesis is completed. Plants that have flowers use these as reproductive organs to create seeds and/or fruit. Plants come in a wide variety of shapes, sizes, and colors. Evolution over millions of years has helped plants become on of the most dominate multicellular organisms on our planet.