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Science

Plants

QuestionAnswer
Chlorophyll a green pigment found in the Chloroplasts that captures the suns energy
Chloroplasts the organelles where photosynthesis takes place
Tissues groups of similar cells that preform specific functions (skin, muscle, onion, celery)
Cellulose The material that makes up cell walls
Vacuole storage for water, waste and food (mostly H2O)
Cuticle adaptation that helps a plant reduce water loss is a waxy, waterproof layer
Thought to be the ancestor of land plants Green algae
Organisms that produce on their own Autotrophs
The sac inside a plant cell where food, water, and wastes are stored is the Vacuole
Two structures found in plant cells but NOT in animal cells are Cell wall and chloroplasts
The cell wall helps the plant retain water. true or false True
During photosynthesis, plants produce carbon dioxide. True or false True
What is the green pigment found in specialized plant structures called Chlorophyll
what is the system of tube like structures inside a plant through which water, minerals, and food move Vascular tissue
Nearly all plants are ... Unicellular
The energy for photosynthesis comes from the... Sun
What are 5 things that plants need to survive on land Soil, sand, water, reproduce
What are the functions of the cell wall Provide protection for the cell
What are the functions of the xylem and phloem tubes/cells? They are the plant tissues
How does a plant cell differ from an animal cell? Plant cells have a cell wall and animal cells do not
Created by: PaigeHeppard