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Plant King

Unit A Lesson 3

What are the three main structures in most plants? Roots,stems, leaves
What are two ways to classify plants? By their leaves and seeds
What do plants needs to stay alive? Sunlight, water, carbon dioxide and oxygen
How to plants get water and food? They take in water through roots and make own food by using carbon dioxide and the energy from sunlight.
How do roots help plants to stay alive? They take up water and nutrients from the soil and anchor the plant to the soil
What function does the stem perform? It moves water food and nutrients throughout the plant
Why do most trees have woody stems instead of nonwoody stems? Because woody stems are hard and do not bend and can suppot larger plants.
What is the name of the process that plants use to make food? Photosynthesis
Where does photosynthesis take place? The leaves of a plant
What are three things plants need to make food? energy from sunlight, water and carbon dioxide
How do chloroplasts make food for plants? Chloroplasts take in energy from sunlight and combine water and carbon dioxide to make plant sugars
Why does a plant need both photosynthesis and respiration to survive? Plants need photosynthesis to produce food in the form of sugars. A plant needs respiration to break down sugars in order to release engergy stored in the sugars
How are mosses differentfrom most plants They do not have roots,stems and leaves. They grow on the ground and do not have seeds
How do mosses and ferns reproduce? With spores
What do spores need to grow? Light,water and nutrients
What is a spore A cell in a seedless plant that can grow into a new plant
Created by: jocoburn