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3rd grade plants unit

A structure that will begin to grow into a new plant, or germinate Seed
This protects the seed Seed covering
The plant structure that makes seeds. Grows on coniferous trees Cones
This carries food and water throughout the plant. It also holds the plant upright to the sunlight Stem
This plant part takes in carbon dioxide and uses energy from the sun to make food for the plant Leaf
The process by which a plant takes in carbon dioxide and makes and uses energy from the sun to make food Photosynthesis
The part of the plant that takes in water from the soil and holds the plant in place Roots
A plant structure, or part, that holds seeds Fruit
4 basic needs of a plant Air, sunlight, water, soil
This is made of bits of rock and humus and contains nutrients a plant needs Soil
Body parts or behaviors that help a living thing survive in an environment Adaptations
Name three ways seeds travel Wind, animal fur, clothing, or water
The movement of pollen from the male plant part to the female plant part Pollination
The pattern of weather in a place over time Climate
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