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science hw andy

biosphere most genral section
biome a small area
ecosystem different organisms
community different animals
population more than one of the same animals
orginism one animal
how many species of plants have been identified 310,000
what is chlorophyll a green pigment
can plants react to there suroundings yes
what is the largest living thing in the world Genral Sherman
how arethe rings in a tree stump formed growth
were does the water enter the plant through the roots
how can the stem difer from plant to plant the type of envirement it lives in
what is a simple leaf 1 single leaf
what is a compound leaf lots of leafs
what is a heterotroph cant make thir own food
what is an autootroph can make their own food
the flow of energy through animals food chain
decomposers are mostly fungi and bacteria
how do plants store energy cellulose
Created by: andynewton