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Grade 7 LOMS

Mrs. workman unit 6 plants

A _____ is a multicellular organism that produces food from sunlight and in organic matter by photosynthesis Plant
Name the two categories of the Plant Kingdom. Vascular and Non-Vascular
_______ plants are just a few cells thick and are able to absorb water directly through their cells. NonVascular
______ plants are complex plants. They have systems in which water and nutrients are transported through the plant in tube like vessels. Vascular
Give examples of Vascular plants. Trees, Bushes, and Flowers
Give an example of Non - Vascular plants. Mosses and Liverworts
_____ plants do not come from seeds. Seedless plants
_______ plants do NOT have roots, stems, or leaves. They DO have root like fibers, stalks, and leaf like growth. They grow from spores. Nonvascular seedless
_______ plants have vascular tissue; produce spores rather than seeds; grow bigger and thicker. Vascular seedless
______ plants HAVE roots, stems, leaves, and vascular tissue. They grow from seeds. Seed
Name the two major groups of seed plants. Gymnosperm (cone) and angiosperm (flowers)
______ are vascular plants that produce seeds on the scales of cones. They DO NOT produce flowers. Their leaves are mostly needle like or scale-like, and most are evergreens plants that keep their leaves for several years. Gymnosperm
Give two examples of gymnosperms. Pines, Firs, Cedars, Cycads, and Ginkgoes
______ are vascular tissue plants that produce flowers and fruit (not always edible fruit, but fruit protects the seed). Angiosperm
Give two examples of angiosperm. Tulips, Grass, Beans
What are the four main main parts of a flower? Pedal, Sepal, Stamen, Pistil
The _______ is the male reproductive organ of the flower and pollen is produced here. Stamen
The ________ is the female reproductive organ of the flower. Pistil
The _____ of a flower is usually bright colored to help attract insects and animals to help with pollination. Pedal
The _____ is important to the flower because it protects the bud before the flower opens. Sepal
______ store water and food, anchor the plant, transport water/food to other plant parts, and allow water to enter. Roots
______ support the above ground parts of the plant, allow movement of materials from roots to leaves, store food, and are either herbaceous or woody. Stems
_______ make food for the plant, protect the plant from drying out, and have three adaptations for living on land: cuticle, stomata, and guard cells. Leaves
List the characteristics that classify an organism in the plant kingdom. 1. Do not move 2. Eukaryotic 3. Make their own food 4. Multicellular
Be sure to check out the targets!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Be sure to check out the targets!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Look on the last page of your SG!!! Look on the last page of your SG!!!
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