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UNIT 1 Chapter 3–Plants. pp. 50-51 Do you know? What are the parts of a flower?What are the parts of a flower? Which part of the flower produces the pollen?Which.

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1 UNIT 1 Chapter 3–Plants

2 pp Do you know? What are the parts of a flower?What are the parts of a flower? Which part of the flower produces the pollen?Which part of the flower produces the pollen?

3 Words To Know to make copies of something reproduce Chapter 3 – Plants p. 50

4 Words To Know the part of a flower that is often the most colorful petals Chapter 3 – Plants p. 51

5 Words To Know a thin stalk with a knoblike structure at its top that contains pollen stamen Chapter 3 – Plants p. 51

6 Words To Know tiny dustlike grains needed for flower reproduction pollen Chapter 3 – Plants p. 51

7 Words To Know the part of the flower that receives the pollen pistil Chapter 3 – Plants p. 51

8 Chapter 3 – Plants pp Do you know? What must happen for a flower to be pollinated?What must happen for a flower to be pollinated? Describe one way flowers are pollinated.Describe one way flowers are pollinated.

9 Words To Know the transfer of pollen from the stamen to the top of the pistil pollination Chapter 3 – Plants p. 52

10 Chapter 3 – Plants p What does it mean for a living thing to reproduce? to make copies of itself

11 Chapter 3 – Plants p Which part of a flower produces pollen? the stamen

12 Chapter 3 – Plants p Name three ways a plant can be pollinated. The plant can pollinate itself, wind can blow pollen from one plant to another, and insects or other animals can transfer pollen.

13 Chapter 3 – Plants pp Do you know? What is a fruit?What is a fruit? How are seeds dispersed?How are seeds dispersed?

14 Words To Know the part of the flowering plant that contains seeds fruit Chapter 3 – Plants p. 54

15 Words To Know to spread disperse Chapter 3 – Plants p. 54

16 Chapter 3 – Plants p. 56 Do you know? What are the parts of a seed?What are the parts of a seed?

17 Words To Know the outside covering around the seed seed coat Chapter 3 – Plants p. 56

18 Words To Know the part of the seed that will become the new plant immature plant Chapter 3 – Plants p. 56

19 Words To Know food inside a seed to help the immature plant grow stored food Chapter 3 – Plants p. 56

20 Chapter 3 – Plants p What is a fruit? the part of the plant that contains the seeds

21 Chapter 3 – Plants p Name three ways seeds are dispersed. blown by wind, carried by water, buried by animals, attached to animals and humans

22 Chapter 3 – Plants p What are the three main parts of a seed? the seed coat, immature plant, and stored food (cotyledon)

23 Chapter 3 – Plants pp Do you know? What is a seedling?What is a seedling? What are the stages of the life cycle of a plant?What are the stages of the life cycle of a plant?

24 Words To Know to sprout germinate Chapter 3 – Plants p. 60

25 Words To Know a young plant seedling Chapter 3 – Plants p. 60

26 Chapter 3 – Plants p. 62 Do you know? What are some ways a plant can reproduce without seeds?What are some ways a plant can reproduce without seeds?

27 Chapter 3 – Plants p What does germinate mean? to sprout

28 Chapter 3 – Plants p What is a young plant called? seedling

29 Chapter 3 – Plants p List two things, other than seeds, that flowering plants can use to reproduce. runners, bulbs, tubers, cuttings

30 Chapter 3 – Plants p. 63 Do you know? What is one way plants are classified?What is one way plants are classified?

31 Words To Know grouping things that have similar characteristics classifying Chapter 3 – Plants p. 63

32 Chapter 3 – Plants pp Do you know? What is a spore?What is a spore? How are conifers different from flowering plants?How are conifers different from flowering plants?

33 Words To Know a reproductive structure that is smaller than a seed and has no stored food spore Chapter 3 – Plants p. 64

34 Words To Know plants that produce seeds in a fruit flowering plants Chapter 3 – Plants p. 64

35 Words To Know plant that produces seeds in cones conifer Chapter 3 – Plants p. 65

36 Chapter 3 – Plants p What does classifying mean? grouping things that have similar characteristics

37 Chapter 3 – Plants p Name a plant that does not have tubes for moving water. moss

38 Chapter 3 – Plants p What are some different ways plants are classified? by whether or not they have tubes, by whether they have seeds or spores, by whether their seeds are produced in fruit or cones

39 Key Ideas For most plants, the part of the plant involved in reproduction is the flower.For most plants, the part of the plant involved in reproduction is the flower. Plants can be pollinated in different ways.Plants can be pollinated in different ways. The fruit is the part of a flowering plant that contains the seed(s).The fruit is the part of a flowering plant that contains the seed(s). Chapter 3 – Plants p. 68

40 Key Ideas Seeds can be dispersed by wind, water, or animals.Seeds can be dispersed by wind, water, or animals. The three main parts of a seed are the seed coat, the immature plant, and stored food (cotyledon).The three main parts of a seed are the seed coat, the immature plant, and stored food (cotyledon). Seeds need certain conditions to germinate.Seeds need certain conditions to germinate. Chapter 3 – Plants p. 68

41 Key Ideas The life cycle of a plant includes germination, growth, pollination, and seed dispersal.The life cycle of a plant includes germination, growth, pollination, and seed dispersal. Botanists can classify plants by their different characteristics.Botanists can classify plants by their different characteristics. Chapter 3 – Plants p. 68


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