Life Cycle Of A Plant this is a life cycle of a plant

This is the first part of a life cycle. Seeds need some help from the water,sunlight and carbon dioxide.
This is the second part of the life cycle of a plant this is called germinating. Germinating is growing or sprouting.
The third part of the life cycle is called a seedling. A seedling is a seedling or a baby plant the leaves use this gas called carbon dioxide that is found in the air to make its own food.
The young adult is the fourth stage of the life cycle.These plants are bigger than seedlings with more leaves.
This is the last stage of the life cycle this is called a mature plant. This means that the plant is fully grown and is now old enough to reproduce.

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