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Unit 3 Life Cycles

Life Cycles, Metamorphosis, Photosynthesis

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any living thing organism
when a plant sprouts and begins to grow from a seed germinate
the young of a living thing offspring
to make more of the same kind; to produce offspring reproduce
Egg→Larva→Pupa→Adult complete metamorphosis
Egg→nymph→-adult incomplete metamorphosis
a major change in form from one stage to the next in the life cycle of an organism metamorphosis
when an insect sheds its exoskeleton as it grows molting
the wingless offspring of an insect that appears to be a smaller version of the parent nymph
the immature, wingless, feeding stage of an insect that undergoes complete metamorphosis. larva
an insect in the 3rd stage of metamorphosis; it does not eat and usually does not move; pupa
a process where a plant’s leaves make sugar (glucose) and release oxygen by using the sun’s energy, carbon dioxide, and water photosynthesis
the part of the plant that anchors the plant and absorbs water, minerals, and other nutrients roots
the part of the plant that supports the plant and transports water, minerals, and other nutrients up into other parts of the plant stem
part of the plant that produces food for the plant in photosynthesis leaves
part of the plant that attracts insects and small animals to pollinate the plant so it can reproduce flowers
a bunch of tiny particles in the male part of a flower that fertilize the seeds and usually appear as fine yellow dust pollen
the transfer of pollen from flower to flower by insects and small animals pollination
the fertilized part of a flowering plant that is capable of producing a new plant seed
when the pollen meets the egg and a new seed is formed fertilization
a full grown animal or plant capable of reproducing adult
the round reproductive body of insects, birds, and reptiles produced by the female egg
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