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Science Chapter 3

Stack #178212

Transpiration The giving off of water vapors by plants.
Tuber A swollen underground stem.
Taproots A plants single main root that goes seep into the soil.
Germinates To sprout aid of a seed.
Carbon Dioxide A gas breathed out by animals.
Spores A tiny cell taht ferns and fungi use to reproduce.
Nutrients A substance such as a mineral which all living things need in order to grow.
Fibrous Root Long roots that grow near the surface. Example: Grass
Dormancy State of much lower activity that some plants enter to survive cold weather.
Photosynthesis The process by which a plant makes its own food.
Stamen A flower part that makes pollen.
Pistil A flower part that collects pollen.
Pollination Transfer of pollen, from a stamen to a pistil by wind or animal.
Grafting Used to make a new plant with the good characteristics of each plant.
What do Spores grow in? In land where conditions are good, capsules.
Name the order of events in a life cyles of a flowering plant: Seeds, need water, air and food. It sprouts or germinates. Animals feed on its nectar and move from one place to another.
What does chlorophyll do? Traps energy from light.
Leaves give off? Oxygen and water vapor.
What is in leaved to make sugar? Carbon Dioxide and water.
What does the root take in? Nutrients
What are the four things that plants need to live? Light, water, air and nutrients.
Name 2 types of leaves. Needle and Board.
What is 1 unusual leaf adaptation? An adaptation is that leaves can trap insects. For example the Venus Fly Trap catches insects to get nutrients because they grow in bad soil.
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