How Do Fruits Grow
Microsoft ® Office PowerPoint
of Slides: 43
for ages: K-12
presentation introduces the student to the growth habits of
fruits. Demonstrated is the cycle of fruit growth from bud to
flower, pollination and harvest.
is described as well as types of pollinators.
male and female parts of a flower are outlined.
cross section of an apple blossom introduces students to terms such as
petal, anther, filament, sepal, stigma, style, ovary, pistil and stamen.
with the apple theme, a cut apple provides insight into the carpel and
seeds, exocarp, core, endocarp, skin, stem cavity and calyx depression.
are presented with illustrations of blossoms and fruit and to identify
presentation ends with a listing of the most popular fruits as well as
those growing in popularity.
Roiser BAA, BEd &
Kevin Chorowiec OCT, BAS, BEd