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What is a petal?

Petals are the colourful outer portion of a flower. They can be separate such as in a Daisy or Rose, or fused together like an Orchid. Monocotyledonous plants have petals in (MORE)
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What does a petal do?

a petal helps the plant repurduse and to proteck the plant and any bugs that land on plant
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Function of the petal?

The function of a petal is to attract mammals and insects to the  plant for pollination. The larger the petals, the larger distance  that it will attract a pollinator
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What is the purpose of the petal?

well..to provide beauty and warmth to the naked stem. To push. To clothe the pollen. to attract insects. To provide a home for all those lonely insects of our ecosystem
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Why are petals important?

There are many reasons why petals are important. One reason why  petals are important is because it attracts pollinating insects.

What is an petal?

  A petal is a part of a flower, a single flower has many/several petals - the petals are the colourful part of the flower we look at.
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What is a PETAL paragraph?

P= make a point that answers the question E= give some evidence (a quotation) to back up your point T = name the technique used by the writer in the quote A= analyse the techn (MORE)
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What does a petal in the plant do?

Petals are mainly for show, reflecting bright colors like runway lights for insects to pick up/deposit pollen (and flag where they can feed on tasty nectar). Some petals have (MORE)