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Desert Agave Agave deserti
Desert mountains— Agave is found in the high mountains of the Chihuahuan desert in Mexico and the southern US.
Desert Agave Agave deserti Spines– Agave leaves have strong spines and barbs to protect them from potential predators.
Desert Agave Agave deserti Flowers– Agave reproduce sexually using insect pollinators to carry their pollen from plant to plant.
Desert Agave Agave deserti Stalk– Agave grow very slowly in a harsh environment and for years they slowly gather nutrients without reproducing.
Desert Agave Agave deserti Stalk– Then, in one act, these plants open up and rapidly extend a stalk with majestic flowers. They reproduce once, and then, having spent all their energy, die.
Desert Agave Agave deserti Uses– Agave is used to make Tequila and traditional Mayan alcoholic drinks and can also be used for making natural rope, soaps, and primitive fire.
Desert Agave Agave deserti Prokaryote No Nuclei in Cells Single Celled Cell Wall Present Heterotroph Sessile Asexual Reproduction Eukaryote Nuclei in.
Petals are important for a plant because they are what attract bees, birds and insects to the plant that will help it pollinate. Pollinate-when pollen.
Learning Objectives To identify and describe the function (job) of different parts of flowering plants. To explore what plants need to live and grow.
Parts of Plants. Parts of a Plant Flower Leaves Stem Roots Stem: Stems hold plants upright so they can obtain sunlight. Stems also carry food and water.
Flowers Their main jobs for the plant are: Develop into seeds & fruits = Sexual reproduction Reproduce the plant Attract pollinators.
By Randall Tom. What is Agave? Mostly found in Southwestern United states and Mexico Average stock length 8 meters long Leaves can grow up to 2.
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화양초등학교부설영재학급 조승희. Flower most have pollen. Birds, insects, and the wind help spread it from flower to flower. Pollen helps plants make seeds.
Flowers Their main job for the plant is: Develop into seeds & fruits = Sexual reproduction Reproduce the plant.
Plants Kevin 3 rd grade. Living things do They grow and die. They are made out of cells.
Plant Adaptations. Types of Adaptations Structural adaptations are the way something is built or made. Behavioral adaptations are the way something acts.
Botany Challenge Celebrate your knowledge on plants.
Eukaryotic Multicellular Producers Have chlorophyll for photosynthesis.
PARTS OF A FLOWER. PEATAL Petals- petals are brightly colored to attract insects such as bees and butterflies into the flower. Petals- petals.
We will learn that plants produce flowers which have male and female organs. We will learn that seeds are formed when pollen from the male organ fertilises.
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Chapter 2. How do plants reproduce? Flowers are the organs that make seeds in flowering plants. The seeds grow into new plants. Several processes and.
The Parts of a Flower If you look carefully at a flower, you will see that it is made up of many different parts. Each part has an important job to do.
Putting It All Together How Plant Parts Help The Plant Meet Its Basic Needs.
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Plants K.C.. These are 5reasons why plants are important. 1. Plants are important because they give us food,fibers,and cloth. 2.The plants are important.
Topic: Plants 3.L.1.1. Students are able to identify the basic structures, functions, and needs of plants in relation to their environment. Examples: leaves,
Venus Fly Trap Dionaea muscipula Eukaryote Nuclei in Cells Multicellular Cell wall Autotrophs (I’ll explain) Sessile Sexual Reproduction Kingdom Plantae.
Structures of a Flowering Plant Flowers & Seeds. Link 3 fast things about flowers.
Understand how plants grow and reproduce. Recognize the life cycles of different types of plants. PLANT LIFE CYCLES
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