Structure of a plant: living being with cellulose walls, and often chlorophyll and starch; it has neither a mouth nor a nervous system; its mobility and sensitivity are weaker than those of animals.
Flower: coloured and usually scented product of a plant.
Fruit: product of a plant that follows the flower.
Seed: part of the plant essential for reproduction.
Leaf: part of the plant that is an offshoot of the stem and is usually green.
Stem: part of the plant that carries the leaves.
Root: underground structure which feeds the plant and holds it in place.
Shoot: above ground part of the plant.

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EN : Cactus
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ES : Cactaceae


A cactus is any member of the succulent plant family Cactaceae, native to the Americas. They are often used as ornamental plants, but some are also crop plants.