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The four main parts of a flower are the _____. pistil stamen receptacle inflorescence sepal petal xylem phloem User: A plant with high _____ is healthy and rigid. cell walls turgor stroma pith
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All flowers have four basic parts: sepals, petals, carpels and pistil.
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Plants get their food by _____. absorbing it through their roots conducting photosynthesis absorbing it through their leaves none of the above
Weegy: b.conducting photosynthesis User: As the Sun moves throughout the day, some plants can follow it. This is called _____. solar flexing solar tracking solar watching Weegy: transpiration (More)
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Plants get their food by absorbing it through their roots.

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As the Sun moves throughout the day, some plants can follow it. This is called solar tracking.
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Plants get their food both from photosynthesis and absorbing it through their roots.
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Roses and lilies are angiosperms.
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______ are more adapted for moist environments. angiosperms; bryophytes; gymnosperms
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Grafting is a horticultural method used most often for vigorous rootstocks that do not produce good quality fruit or flowers.

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