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Gr 4 Science

Gr 4 Science Ch 3.8-3.9 Comprehension Check Questions

True/False: Some plants that produce food for us have parts that are poisonous. True
True/False: Never chew on any part of any plant unless you know it is harmless. True
True/False: Every part of the tomato plant is poisonous. False (The leaves and stem are poisonous, but the fruit is not.
True/False: If someone you know has eaten part of a poisonous plant, you should throw away the rest of the plant immediately. False (Take some of the plant with you to the hospital or doctor's office.)
True/False: The best way to recognize poison ivy or poison oak is to look for leaflets in groups of three. True
True/False: If you have touched poison ivy, wash your skin immediately with warm water and a clean washcloth. False. (A washcloth will spread the oil and make the poison ivy worse.)
True/False: The poison found in tobacco is used in the products that kill insects. True.
What life-saving antibiotic is produced from a green mold? penicillin
Why are molds and other fungi not able to make their own food? They do not contain chlorophyll which is necessary for making food.
How you can you best use plants to stay healthy? Eat a well-balanced diet.
Name other uses for plants. shelter, clothing, rubber, chewing gum, paper
Created by: mbrennan262


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