Mammoth Memory



a) Flowering plants make seeds that grow into new plants (illustrated below)

b) Non-flowering plants make new plants from spores

c) Some plants can reproduce asexually: for instance, strawberries produce new plantlets on runners – long shoots or “branches”; the runners die away after the plantlets have successfully rooted themselves into the ground. Potatoes and daffodils develop underground food storage organs that later develop into new plants.

Graphic of a growing plant from a seedling and how it reproduces through spores


a) Lay eggs (below), or

b) Give birth to live babies

A graphic to show that some animals lay eggs to reproduce and others give birth to babies

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