Functions Of Fruit, Root, Bar, Seed and Flower

fruit tree functions diagram

The following is an explanation of the function of the parts contained in a tree from roots, stems, flowers, fruits and seeds.

Fruit Function
The main function of fruit for plants is to wrap and protect the seeds from various external factors so that the fruit seeds can reach the level of perfect maturity to perform the regeneration of the plant.

Root Functions
Root is part of the plant that is at the bottom of which is directly related to the soil that serves to absorb water and other nutrients from the soil.

In some fruit crops such as cassava, root tubers and carrots, the roots also serve as a place to store food reserves.

Bar Function
The stem of a plant serves as a carrier of water and nutrients from the roots to other plant parts such as leaves and fruit.

Tree trunk also serves as a support plant, as a means of breeding and storage of food reserves.

Seed Function
Seeds that are the end result of pollination between pollen and pistil serve as food reserves and also as a forerunner of new plant breeding of the tree.

Flower Functions
Flowers that are sexual organs in plants serve as a container for the proliferation of fruits and seeds through the process of pollination.

In order for the pollination process to run properly, flowers usually have an attractive color and also contains honey that makes insects come and help the process of pollination.