Added by on 2016-02-24

Jessi and Squeaks show you how a tiny seed — like the kind you eat in your trail mix! — grows into a big plant! ———- Like SciShow? Want to help support us, and also get things to put on your walls, cover your torso and hold your liquids? Check out our awesome products over at DFTBA Records: http://dftba.com/SciShow Or help support us by becoming our patron on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/scishow ———- Looking for SciShow elsewhere on the internet? Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/scishow Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/scishow Tumblr: http://scishow.tumblr.com Instagram: http://instagram.com/thescishow SOURCES: http://www.gardenguides.com/75304-seed-develop-plant.html http://wonderopolis.org/wonder/how-do-seeds-sprout/ http://www.mbgnet.net/bioplants/ http://plantsinmotion.bio.indiana.edu/plantmotion/earlygrowth/germination/germ.html http://www.fs.fed.us/psw/publications/documents/misc/yoa1961_quick001.pdf You will learn about “Parts of a Plant” in this video. A plant has many different parts that perform various functions. The 2 main parts of the plant are the root and shoot. Root usually grows under the ground while shoot usually grows above the ground. The shoot has different parts called the stem, leaves, flowers and fruits. The stem is the stalk of the plant. It helps the plant to stand upright. It carries water and minerals from the roots to the leaves and carries food prepared by the leaves to the different parts of the plant. Branches are parts that grow from the stem. Leaves grow on the stem and branches. They are usually green due to the presence of chlorophyll, which helps them to prepare food. Leaves have small openings called stomata, through which plants take in and give out air. Flowers are the reproductive parts of the plant. They come in different shapes, sizes and colours. By the process of pollination, many flowers develop into delicious fruits, which are eaten by us. Roots help to anchor the plant to the ground. They absorb the water and minerals required for the growth of the plant. @Subscribe on Youtube: http://www.youtube.com/user/Smartlearningforall?sub_confirmation=1 @Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/smartlearningforall @Twitter: https://www.twitter.com/SmartLearningFA Related PostsStory […]

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38 Comments

  • Joseph Giunta 1 year ago

    Jessi and Squeaks! Love you guys. I would love a video on pollen/pollination (and seed dispersal)!

  • GreatPotato GP GT 1 year ago

    How did they do that

  • Jabs Nz 1 year ago

    I was just wondering, in my science class our teacher said that to start germination, a seed need water, the right temperature and oxygen, not light. So I'm a bit confused, could you please explain, thanks :)

  • yam baniya 1 year ago

    I love flowers now I am growing veagtivles

  • PokemonDiamondUS 1 year ago

    Why do roosters crow?
    Jim, 42, Chicago
    Jk

  • Sean Marshall 1 year ago

    seeds usually crack in half while the plant is still attached 
    you forgot that ;)

  • Aldo Mt 1 year ago

    I know i'm not a little kid, (i'm 17) but I just loved your channel thanks :D

  • Suni Sidharthan 1 year ago

    How is the internet made and why in the internet is there viruses.

    -Milan
    

  • Heather L Kelly 1 year ago

    My 12 year old wants to know "How does dynamite work?"

  • Brycen Ting 1 year ago

    I'm a kid that has a own YouTube channel and I want to ask why other planets doesn't have air other then earth, send the vid to my Facebook account (It's Brycen Ting and my age is 8)

  • Thanos Loukanaris 1 year ago

    why does the earth spin?

  • natsune09 1 year ago

    Dimitri was excited to see his question answered on the show, thanks!

  • Charlene Adams 1 year ago

    My daughter loves the show! She wanted to ask, how do trees make air? 

  • amandashaw313 1 year ago

    Hi! I'm a 1st grade teacher and want to use this video in my class next year since we teach seeds and plants! Any way you can slow the speed down a little bit? Thanks so much!
    -Amanda Shaw

  • Jessica Guest 1 year ago

    Christopher (aged 7) would like to know:  What are scales (like on fish and reptiles) made of and how do they grow?
    My kids are huge fans of your work. The boys have a signed Animal Wonders poster on their wall and they love watching all your videos over lunch together.

  • Betsey Arvai 1 year ago

    Why are Dorf planets so small..

  • Mohamed m 1 year ago

    when are you going to answer about why we yawning when people open mouth? and how snow turn to ice?

  • scabiniful 1 year ago

    ahhh i came here right after watching the new scishow episode about fruit and vegetable classification. i cant escape the plant anatomy!!!

  • Audrey Wright 1 year ago

    Why does an octopus have 8 legs? -Alina W. 6yr.

  • Melony Harris 1 year ago

    How does our mouth produce saliva? -Melony

  • Husseinhasanmaxameda Hasa 1 year ago

    Hussein Hassan Mohammed
    Good luck

  • Marya Abou 1 year ago

    and even the way of teaching is cartoon and smart plan that could help us

  • Marya Abou 1 year ago

    thanks this really helpful  s.l.a is the best

  • James Wilson 1 year ago

    C yt

  • Jessa Mae Allanigue 1 year ago

    it is helpful to me.. i like it..

  • Kaneez Fatima 1 year ago

    this is very fantastic vides it is nice

  • Rajoo Srinivasan 1 year ago

    thank you for teaching me

  • Anandaraj Gayu 1 year ago
  • Little Angel Reader 1 year ago

    Very educational and interesting! Thank you, guys!

  • Isabella Bom 1 year ago

    Good video s there every helpful not only me but my mom

  • Helmi Kent 1 year ago

    I like it

  • Elisabeth Wahlman 1 year ago

    Good video

  • BN Channel 1 year ago

    Good video

  • Raquel Gamboa 1 year ago

    Lol

  • Roxas The Key of Destiny 1 year ago

    I saw this in my class

  • HijaziSci 1 year ago

    We want something about the parts of the flower. Regards

  • Daniela Robayo 1 year ago

    Thanks S.L.A your lessons are my best resource for my class planning.

  • sheeba lal 1 year ago

    good lesson