- Plants make their own food.
- The largest group of flowering plants are called the dicotyledons. These are mainly land-living plants and have specialised stuctures such as leaves, flowers, fruits and seeds - all supported by roots and a stem.
- Leaves - usually adapted to maximise the proces of photosynthesis (cacti used for defence)
- Roots - adapted to absorb nutrients from soil and water and to anchor the plant. Useful for storage and perennation
- Perennation - surviving from one year to the next
- Flowers - organs of sexual reproduction
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