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plants

science 5th grade plants

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What two substances are produced by green plants during photosynthesis? Sugar and oxygen.
What do animals breathe in that is released into the air during photosynthesis? Oxygen.
During respiration, water, what and what are produced? Carbon dioxide and energy.
The process of what occurs in both plants and animals? Respiration.
What is the source of the light used in photosynthesis? Sun.
What chemical enters the leaf from the air? Carbon dioxide.
What is the chemical in the leaf cells? Chlorophyll.
The leaf makes food in the form of what? Sugar, (glucose.)
What substance does the leaf give off into the air? Oxygen.
What is xylem? The tissue through which water and minerals move up through a plant.
What is cortex? The layer of tissue just inside the epidermis of a plants roots and stems.
What is epidermis? An outermost layer of such plant parts as roots and leaves.
What is a root cap? A thin covering made up of cells that protect the root tip of a plant as it grows into the soil.
What is a root hair? Any of the thread like projections from a plant root that absorb water and dissolved minerals from the soil.
What is phloem? The tissue through which food from the leaves moves down through the rest of the plant.
What is cambium? The layer in plants that separates the xylem from the phloem.
What is transpiration? The loss of water through a plants leaves.
What is photosynthesis? The food making process in green plants that uses sunlight.
What is respiration? The release of energy in plants and animals from food.
what do the 6 plant parts do? Roots stems and leaves, get food, make food, and grow, And flowers, fruit, and seeds help plants grow new plants.
What holds the plant in the soil? Roots.
What brings water and nutrients from the soil to the plant? Roots.
What holds the plant up above the ground? Stems.
What carries water and food through the plant? Stems.
What is the delivery system of the plant? Stems.
What is located at the end of the stems of the plants? Leaves.
What are where plants make most of there food? Leaves.
What takes in air, then uses air, water, and sunlight to make food? Leaves.
What grows on the end of the stems like leaves? Flowers.
What is the most colorful part of the plant? Flowers.
Rich colors of what, help attract pollinators? Flowers.
After getting pollinated, what can make seeds and fruit? Flowers.
What hangs on the end of a stem? Fruit.
What's main job is to hold the seed? Fruit.
What hides inside of the fruit? Seeds.
What grows into new plants? Seeds.
Animals eat the what that leave the animal through waste - dispersal? Seeds.
Fruit falls from the tree and rots, then what falls out and makes new plants? Seeds.
What is a sigma? The sticky middle part of the plant that pollen sticks to as bees move around the flower.
What are pollen dusters? The parts of the plant that contains the dusty-like pollen that the bees bump into as they move around the flower.
What is photosynthesis? The process by which plants produce their own food.
What does photo mean? light.
what does synthesis mean? putting together.
Does photosynthesis take place in the leaves? yes.
Created by: adamon26