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Unit A ch 2 sh

Energy from Plants

What do all plants have? cells
What are three things all plants need to live? carbon dioxide, sunlight,and water
Describe the process of photosynthesis in detail. In photosynthesis, plants take in carbon dioxide, water, and sunlight and turn those things into sugar.
What is packed in plant cells? chloroplast
What is the job of leaves so it can survive? to produce food
A pine needle and tulip leaf are kinds of what? leaves
What plant stems have 2 main functions that carry------ and ------ the plant materials, supports
What is the process in which plants make their own food photosynthesis
What is the green material in plants that captures energy from sunlight for photosynthesis? chlorophyll
What is one of the several leaf-like parts that cover and protect the flower bud? sepal
What is a female structure in plants that produces egg cells? pistil
What is a male structure in plants that makes pollen? stamen
What is the thick bottom part of the pistil where the egg cells are stored? ovary
What is fertilization? when the process by which an egg cell and sperm cell combine
What is a state of rest? dormant
What are roots that grow away from the stem;no main root fibrous roots
What is a type of underground stem from which a new plant grows? bulb
What has a large main root that grows straight down? taproots
What are long stems that grow along the ground? runners
What do daisies have instead of the support of a woody stem? flexible stem
What do carrots have? taproot system
What is the function to make pollen? stamen
What are the 4 main parts of most flowers? sepals,petals,stamens,and pistils
What do animals look for that helps flowers become pollinated? to spread pollen
Created by: sharden