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Gr 6 Science 1.8

Observing God's World Chapter Checkup 1B-Section B Plants

fern a sideways-growing plant that produces spores instead of seeds
moss a plant that does not have tubes for moving nutrients and water and does not have any true leaves, stems, or roots
algae a large group of plants found all over the world that do not need tubes to transport food; some are the smallest green plants
fungi a plant that does not have chlorophyll
mildew a fungus that can grow on wet clothes, shower stalls, and plants
mold a fungus used to make penicillin and cheese
mushroom a fungus that produces a fruiting body shaped like an umbrella or cup
yeast a single-celled fungus that converts sugar into alcohol and carbon dioxide; used to make bread
lichen a plant formed when fungi and algae combine and work together
Created by: mbrennan262