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Plant Kingdom

Chapter 1 - Lesson 3

Three main structures in most plants: Roots, stems, and leaves
This is one way to classify plants Roots, stems, and leaves
Mosses and Wort plants move water from the ground into their cells through this Soil
This tree grows from seeds Apple
These plants can take water and nutrients directly from from the soil Mosses
Plants need sunlight, water, and this to stay alive carbon dioxide
Plants need carbon dixode and this to make their own food Water
They keep plants firmly in the soil, and some store food. What are they? Roots
Thin cells that look like thread and take in the water and nutrients that plants need Root hairs
Plants can also be classified by: Seeds
Grows above ground and keeps the plant upright so it doesn't fall over Stems
Carries food, water and nutrients throughout the roots and leaves Stems
They create new plants Seeds and spores
Takes place in the leaves of the plants and uses energy from sunlight to make food from water and carbon dioxide Photosynthesis
Plants return this to the environment during photosynthesis oxygen
This is the third step in the photosynthesis process where light energy is stored Chlorophyll
Tiny holes on the bottom of leaves where carbon dioxide can enter Stomata
A thin covering that keeps water in the leaves and protects the leaves the way skin protects our body Epidermis
The process where energy that is stored inside the sugars (or plant food that is made during photosynthesis) is released Respiration
Water escapes (or exits) a plant leaf during this process Transpiration
Seedless plants such as Ferns and mosses use these to make new plants Spores
Created by: kathyq52