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Plant flower Review

4th grade science plant / photosynthesis / parts of a flower

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One of the functions of the roots is to absorb water and nutrients true
One of the functions of the roots is to anchor the plant to the ground true
One of the functions of the roots is to make food for the plant false
One of the functions of the roots is to make a seed for reproduction false
One of the functions of the roots is to provide support and allow for the movement of water and nutrients false
One of the functions of the leaf is to absorb water and nutrients false
One of the functions of the leaf is to anchor the plant to the ground false
One of the functions of the leaf is to make food for the plant true
One of the functions of the leaf is to make a seed for reproduction false
One of the functions of the leaf is to provide support and allow for the movement of water and nutrient false
The role of the flower is to make a seed for reproduction true
The role of the flower is to make the plant look pretty false
Photosynthesis occurs in the leaf true
Photosynthesis occurs in the stem false
Photosynthesis occurs in the roots false
All plants produce seeds false
All plants produce spores false
Ferns produce spores true
Ferns produce seeds false
The green pigment in plants is called chlorophyll true
During photosynthesis, plants take in oxygen false
In photosynthesis, plants take in carbon dioxide true
During photosynthesis plants release oxygen true
During photosynthesis plants release carbon dioxide false
In the winter, plants enter a period of inactivity called hibernation false
In the winter, plants enter a period of inactivity called dormancy true
The sepals protect the flower petals in the time before the flower opens true
The petals of a flower are colorful to look nice at weddings false
The petals of a flower are colorful to attract insects for pollination true
The stamen is the female part of the flower and produces the pollen false
The stamen is the male part of the flower and produces the pollen true
The pistil is the male part of the flower false
The pistil is the female part of the flower true
Once the egg inside the ovary is fertilized by pollen, it grows into a seed true
The seed is for plant reproduction true
The main pollinator of plants is butterflies false
The main pollinator of plants is bees true
Spores are bigger than seeds false
Seeds are bigger than spores true
The stamen of a plant produces pollen true
The ovary of a plant produces ovule (eggs) true
Photosynthesis is the process that a plant goes through to make it’s own food true
Chlorophyll (found in the leaves) absorbs sunlight true
Chlorophyll (found in the roots) absorbs sunlight false
The plant creates sugars and oxygen in the process of photosynthesis true
The plant creates sugars and carbon dioxide in the process of photosynthesis false
When the seed falls on the ground it may germinate into a new plant true
When the seed falls on the ground it may pollinate into a new plant false
Created by: lit123
 

 



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