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Jeopardy Seeds, They are a Changing That Crazy Seed Whats that Smell? The Circle of Life I love Science Q $100 Q $200 Q $300 Q $400 Q $500 Q $100 Q $200 Q $300 Q $400 Q $500 Final Jeopardy
$100 Question True or false Something that contains seeds is known as a fruit
$100 Answer TRUE
$200 Question When a seed starts to grow, it is known as: A) a miracle B) germination C ) hydroponics D) a fun time
$200 Answer Germination
$300 Question The process of growing seeds with only water and nutrients is known as:
$300 Answer Hydroponics
$400 Question Name the 3 parts of a seed.
$400 Answer Seed coat, embryo, cotyledon
$500 Question Explain why a lima bean is a dicot.
$500 Answer splits in half, two cotyledons
$100 Question True or false Four ways seeds are dispersed are: wind, animals, e mail, and water.
$100 Answer False
$200 Question Seeds can be dispersed by all the ways except A)water B)wind C)Mr. Mike D)hockey stick
$200 Answer Mr. Mike
$300 Question Explain how water disperses seeds
$300 Answer Water either knocks seeds off of plant or the water carries the seed to a new place.
$400 Question If you look outside your window one day and a stalk of corn is growing, how could it have gotten there? Explain
$400 Answer Wind blew seed Bird dropped seed Human dropped seed
$500 Question Name the four ways seeds are dispersed.
$500 Answer Wind, Water, Humans, Animals
$100 Question True or False Seeds lay dormant until they have the right environment to grow.
$100 Answer True
$200 Question When seeds lay around in water they grow: A)mustache B)mold C)embryo D)cotyledon
$200 Answer Mold
$300 Question The first thing that came out of the seed was the what?
$300 Answer Embryo
$400 Question What does the cotyledon do for the seed?
$400 Answer stores food to help grow
$500 Question Why does a seed have a seed coat and why does it shed it once it starts to grow?
$500 Answer To protect the seed Doesnt need it anymore
$100 Question True or False The life cycle stops once the plant dies.
$100 Answer False
$200 Question After a seed begins to grow, next it A)grows leaves and roots B)grows its fruit C)disperses the seed D) dies
$200 Answer Leaves and Roots
$300 Question Explain why it is called a life cycle and not a life straight line?
$300 Answer It goes on and on
$400 Question What would happen if the life cycle of a seed stopped ?
$400 Answer Life cycle of the seed would stop
$500 Question Explain the whole life cycle of a lima bean. Start to finish
$500 Answer 1.Seed gets wet 2.Germination 3.Seed coat comes off 4.Embryo comes out 5.Leaves and roots 6.Leaves 7.Flowers 8.Fruit 9.Plant starts dying 10.Seeds disperse 11.Life cycle keeps going
$100 Question True or false Science teachers are the best teachers.
$100 Answer True!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
$200 Question Properties describes all of the following except: A)texture B)color C)size D)craziness
$200 Answer Craziness
$300 Question Give 5 properties of an apple
$300 Answer Red, shiny, smooth, round, juicy
$400 Question Where might you use hydroponics to grow plants?
$400 Answer Space City Desert Artic
$500 Question How can there be seedless grapes?
$500 Answer Scientist have created seedless Fruits through experiments
Final Jeopardy What will produce more food. Cattle on an acre of land or an acre of plants. Why?
Final Jeopardy Answer More food produced from plants
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