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Life Processes

Root Takes in water and nutrients from the ground.
Stem Carries food, water, and nutrients to the roots ajnd leaves.
Leaf Uses sunlight and air to help the plant make food.
Seed Is an undevelpoed plant sealed in a protective coating.
Photosynthesis Usually takes place in a plants leaves.
Chloropyll Is a green material that can trap energy from sunlight.
Reproduce Make more living things of their own kind.
Life Processes Is a fuction that a living things preforms to stay alive and produce more of it's own kind.
Cell Is the basic unti that makes up all living things
Organ Is a speical part of an organism that performs a speical function.
Tissue Is a group of similar cells that work together.
Organ System Is a group of organs in your digestive system.
Organism Any living thing that can carry out life process on it's own.
Created by: gdrake