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Science Unit 3

Plant Organs,Life Cycle,Metamorphsis,Classification

carries water and nutrienets from the root up to the plant through osmosis. xylem
carries sugars and molecules made by the plant to all parts of the plant where needed. phloem
are used for gas exchange(carbon dioxide and oxygen) and are found on the underside of leaves. stomata
suction water into the roots. root hairs
is development,growth,and change of form. metamorphsis
what percentage does complete metamorphsis have? 88%
what percentage does incomplete metamorphsis have? 12%
what stages does complete metamorphsis have? egg,larva,pupa,and adult
what stages does incomplete metamorphsis have? egg,nymph,adult
they molt their WHAT? to grow larger? exoskeleton
the following insects go through WHAT KIND? metamorphsis:grasshoper,cricket,praying mantis,waling stick,termite,dragonfly,locust/cicada,cockroach,and lice? incomplete
the following insects go through WHAT KIND? metamorphsis:butterfly,moth,ant,mosquito,love bug,fly,firefly,beetle,ladybug,and bee? complete
WHAT?looks like small adults? nymphs
what do plant parts act like? organs
the most active organs perform WHAT? photosynthesis
root hairs act like an animal's WHAT? circulatory system
the pupa stage is a WHAT? cocoon
to identify an unknown animal you would start with WHAT? kingdom
what is the first phrase to identify an animal by its scientific name genus
what is the second phrase scientists use to call an animal by it's scientific name species
Created by: katelyn504