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sience ch 2

What do all plants have? cells
What do all plants need? water,carbon dioxide,sunlight
Describe the process of photosynthesis in Detail? In photosynthesis plants use carbon dioxide that their leaves absorb from the soil. The water and nutrients it carries travel through tubes in the steam to leaves.
The job of all leaves is what? produce food
what is packed in plant cells? Chloroplast
A pine needle and a tulip leaf are kinds of what? leaves
Plants stems have to main functions. what are they? materials support
what do daises have? Flexible steams
carrots have what? taproot systems
4 main part of most flowers are what? sepals,pistil, stamens peatels
what is the definition of chlorophyll? green material in plants that captures energy from sunlight.
what is the definition
Created by: jkohls