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What is an adaptation? Plants have many adaptations A feature or behavior that allows a plant to survive in its environment
Copyright 2011 WATER WIND ANIMALS FOR POLLINATION
Copyright 2011 PROTECTION FROM HERBIVORES & COMPETITION USES UP ALL THE WATER POISONS THE SOIL TOXIC TO HERBIVORES OUCH! OUCH AGAIN!
Copyright 2011 Photo Credit: Ingrid Taylar WIND INGESTION ATTACHMENT SPROING!! SEED DISPERSAL
Copyright 2011 “ACCORDION” PLEATS DESERT NO LEAVES THIN LEAVES LEATHERY OR WAXY COATING FLESHY LONG TAPROOT
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Copyright 2011 TEMPERATE (RICHMOND) OR SUB-TROPICAL DECIDUOUS FORESTS
All animals and plants have adaptations that help them survive in their environment. Examples of Plant Adaptations: Support/food storage: Above ground.
Plant Adaptations. Adaptations Adaptations- Adaptations are special features that allow a plant or animal to live in a particular place or habitat.
Plant Adaptations. Types of Adaptations Structural Adaptations ◦The way something is built or made. Behavioral Adaptations ◦The way something acts naturally.
Plant Adaptations. Types of Adaptations Structural adaptations are the way something is built or made. Behavioral adaptations are the way something acts.
Plant Adaptations Passion Flower. Types of Adaptations Structural adaptations are the way something is built or made. Behavioral adaptations are the way.
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The Life Cycle a Plant By Tyrece Grade 2. Seed Inside the seed is a tiny new plant. The outside of the has a seed coat.
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POS Plant varieties K1 investigate and interpret variations in plant structure, and relate these to different ways that plants are adapted to their environment.
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The Animal Cell The Chloroplast Chromoplast in Forsythia.
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Forest are ecosystems in which many trees grow..
World Biomes On earth, natural environments are organized into broad climatic zones called biomes.
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Plant Survival. The Earth can be very, very cold …
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PLANT ADAPTATIONS Third Grade Science Created by Ms. Carmen Valdez.
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Land Biomes. Temperate Deciduous Forests Rainfall: inches Temperature: 82-43°F Location: Eastern United States Canada Eastern Asia Europe Location:
ADAPTATIONS TROPISMS &. A TROPISM IS A PLANT’S DIRECTED GROWTH TOWARDS OR AWAY FROM A STIMULUS. Tropisms.
By Tim. We are learning to research about how do plants grow.
Land Biomes Temperate Deciduous Forests Rainfall: inches Temperature: 82-43°F Location: Eastern United States Canada Eastern Asia Europe.
Land Biomes. What is a Biome? A biome is a large area characterized by its climate and the plants and animals that live in the area. A biome contains.
Why don’t polar bears live in the desert? Polar bears don’t live in the desert because they are adapted to very cold environments.
ALGAE Lives in water Absorbs water and nutrients through all surfaces Fertilization occurs in water No true roots or leaves.
Ecology. Driving Questions 1)Define Ecology. 2)Differentiate between biotic and abiotic factors and give examples of each. 3)What is an ecosystem? Give.
Terrestrial Ecosystems Tundra Taiga Desert Savanna.
Ecosystems Chapter 21 Table of Contents Section 1 Terrestrial Biomes Section 2 Aquatic Ecosystems.
Biomes. Learning Objectives Describe what biotic and abiotic factors characterize biomes. Identify the areas that are not classified into a major.
Terrestrial Biomes. What is a Biome? Biomes – large regions characterized by a specific type of climate and certain types of plant and animal communities.
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Plant Responses and Adaptations. Plant Adaptations Adaptations help plants survive (live and grow) in different areas(biomes). Adaptations - features.
Plants Why do Plants Need Roots & Stems?. How Roots Help Plants… The root system of a plant is often found below the ground where you can’t see it.
Bell Ringer What kind of trees grow in the deciduous forest?
Plant Adaptations. Structure and Function The structure and function of plant parts is evidence of adaptation. Plant populations and species develop defenses.
By: Alisson WalpAlisson Walp Grade: 5 Science February 24, 2010.
Biomes Study Guide Answers Change your answers as needed!!!
B I O M E S : The Adaptations o f O r g a n i s m s Hyperlink to film: earch/assetDetail.cfm?guidAssetID=00E91.
Tropical Rain Forest Home to more species than all biomes combined! Soil is poor b/c organic matter is recycled so quickly High temperatures and precipitation.
Climate November Climate Average weather conditions of an area over a long period of time 3 Climate Zones on Earth Tropical Temperate.
Parts of a Plant. Living Things All living things grow and change. All living things need food, water, and air to live.
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