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© Nuffield Foundation 2013 Science in the workplace Horticulture
© Nuffield Foundation 2013 Learning outcomes Carry out an investigation to find the answer to a genuine problem Report on the outcomes of your investigation State three reasons why science is important in the horticulture industry
© Nuffield Foundation 2013 What do plants need to grow? water sunlight mineral nutrients warmth carbon dioxide
© Nuffield Foundation 2013 I’ve been reading an article about the environmental consequences of using peat. But I’ve also heard that peat is really good at holding water.
© Nuffield Foundation 2013 What I want to know is: How much water does peat hold compared with other growing media? I need you to investigate and provide a report.
Learning Objectives To identify and describe the function (job) of different parts of flowering plants. To explore what plants need to live and grow.
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Table of Contents Georgia Performance Standard Basic needs of plants -air -water -light -soil (food) Parts of a plant -roots -stem -leaf -flower Life.
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Plant growth What do plants grow in?. Most plants need something for their roots to grow in. This is what we are going to look at now. At the end of this.
© Nuffield Foundation 2032 Science in the workplace Environmental surveys.
1 st Grade Science Amanda Smith. Click on the picture of the items needed by plants to grow. Water Soil Air Light Computer Pencil Car Food.
Parts of a Plant. Living Things All living things grow and change. All living things need food, water, and air to live.
Experiment 2 + water CO 2 No CO 2 + water Conclusion: Plants need carbon dioxide to grow.
Photosynthesis Photosynthesis. What is photosynthesis? The process plants use to make their own food Photosynthesis takes place in the leaves Plants’
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Photosynthesis and Cellular Respiration. What kind of organisms perform photosynthesis?
Plant Functions What do stems & leaves do for a plant???
By: Tatyana Mavigliano. Root Stem Leaves Flower.
The plants. Parts of the plant.
Living Organisms-Plants Lesson 3. Are plants living or non living? Plants are living (biotic) things.
YUMMY PLANT PARTS ROOTS STEMS LEAVES FLOWERS FRUITS SEEDS.
What Plants Need What do plants need to grow ? 1. Water Plants need water to help them grow. Without water a plant will dry up and die.
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Photosynthesis. In this activity you will: Learn about the process of photosynthesis Write a paragraph describing how plants use photosynthesis to live.
Plants Introduction A plant has many different parts. Each part has a different purpose and each part helps the plant survive. Click on the flower below.
Plant Growth There are many different types of plants. Some big Some small.
Photosynthesis Write On Fourth Grade. Learner Expectation Content Standard: 3.0 Food Production and Energy for Life The student will study the basic parts.
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Abiotic-Biotic Interactions in an Ecosystem. In an ecosystem, the non-living (abiotic) and living (biotic) parts interact and affect each other. The four.
Carbon dioxide: gas breathed out by animals Nutrients: minerals that all living things need to grow Photosynthesis: a process a plant uses to make.
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8-2: Photosynthesis Biology 1. Plants use sunlight to change water and carbon dioxide (CO 2 ) into sugar sunlight 6 CO H 2 0 C 6 H 12 O
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8-2 Photosynthesis: An Overview Pg A. Investigating Photosynthesis 1. Van Helmont’s Experiment- Measures the water intake of plants and how much.
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Plant Basic Needs. Core Content Biological Science SC Students will: compare the different structures and functions of plants and animals.
Objective Explain the role of nutrients and fertilizers.
Life Support for Plants A Basic Needs of Plants Air Air Nutrients Nutrients Water Water Soil Soil.
How Are Plants Like People?. Can You Guess What Both Need In This Picture?
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Plants Review. ___________ is when leaves make food for the plant using water, sunlight, carbon dioxide and chlorophyll. Answer: photosynthesis.
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