Pea Trap Ideas
Pea trap are easy to grow and is often used in the classroom to teach children about plant biology.
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A pea trap starts as a seed. Seeds need water, heat and planted in a good location to germinate… When these needs are met, the outer shell of the seed softens and a small root begins to grow downwards. This root will begin to take nutrients from the soil to help the plant grow.
While starting a small shoot to grow upward. A plant breaks the surface of the earth, its small leaves develop and begin the process of photosynthesis. Leaves and stems contain chlorophyll, which converts sunlight and carbon dioxide into sugar pea plant will either store.
Pea trap continues to grow, and because it is a climbing plant, sending out long tendrils that reach and stick fences, posts or even higher plants. Meanwhile, the root equal subway, drawing nitrogen from the soil through bumpy nodules along the root surface.
The flowers are developed that contain both male and female reproductive organs. The male organs, called stamens, pollen contain sticky ends, called anthers. The female organs, called styles, include the ovaries, where future seeds will grow, and the stigma, sticky end where the pollen is stored. Although legumes are self-pollinating, produces the fragrant white and purple flowers to attract bees and other insects.