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Unit 7 lesson 1 & 2

plants parts and photosynthesis

plants with stems vascular plants
"pipes" in plants that move water from the soil upward xylem
"pipes" that move food back down through the plants phloem
anchor plants in ground and soak up water from the soil roots
process where water is released through leaves transpiration
part of plant that traps sunlight and releases oxygen leaves
a substance that absorbs sunlight inside a leaf chlorophyll
what is the type of food plants make for themselves sugar
what is the process where plants make their own food photosynthesis
what is needed for photosynthesis to occur water, carbon dioxide, and energy from the sun
something in the environment that causes a living thing to respond stimulus
a plant's growth in response to something in its environment tropism
where you would most likely find chlorophyll leaves
a plant growing towards sunlight example of tropism
plants that use xylem and phloem to move water and nutrients through their stems vascular plants
Created by: Dslaton