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BELLWORK: Copy the bold portion of the question and write your entire answer: HAPPY TUESDAY During transpiration, water moves through a plant and out into the atmosphere through the leaves. Transpiration is the result of the interaction of which two parts of a plant? a.Anthers and roots b.Stomata and stamen c.Phloem and xylem d.Stomata and xylem
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Title your paper “Plant Quiz” – Number a Sheet of paper 1-10. Write out letter and answer. a.Xylem b.Stomata c.Phloem d.Transpiration e.Anther f.Fertilization g.Ovary h.Tropism i.Pollination j.Germination 1.The ovules in the ovary pollinated by the pollen tube connected to the pollen grain 2.The process of sprouting and growing from a seed. 3.Enlarged female reproductive organ that contains the ovules 4.Tissue that moves water absorbed in roots 5.Tissue that moves nutrients produced by leaves 6.A tiny pore on the bottom of the leaf used for gas exchange 7.Male reproductive structure that contains pollen 8.Process of plant absorbing water through roots and releasing as water vapor through its leaves 9.A response to the environment 10.The transfer of pollen from the anther to the stigma
Essential Question: How are photosynthesis and cellular respiration related? Standard: Compare the reactants and products of photosynthesis and cellular respiration in terms of energy and matter. (B9B)
For Today… You will need a sheet of notebook paper and something to write with. Write your FIRST AND LAST NAME and TODAY’S DATE at the top of your paper.
Choose ONE of the following prompts: 1.Describe the transport and response systems in plants. Explain how they work together to help a plant grow. 2.Describe the response and reproduction systems in plants. Explain how they work together for fruit production. 3.Describe the transport and reproduction systems in plants. Explain how they work together to create functioning flowers.
To perform photosynthesis, plants need: 1. sunlight (energy source) 2. water 3. carbon dioxide These are called the reactants.
After photosynthesis, the plant has produced: 1.Glucose (molecule that the plant uses to produce energy) 2.Oxygen (given off through the leaves) These are called the products.
SUNLIGHT The equation of photosynthesis is: 6CO 2 + 6H 2 O + sunlight C 6 H 12 0 6 + 6O 2 carbon dioxide + water + energy glucose + oxygen
Mix-Freeze-Group I am the vascular tissue that transports nutrients through the plant. I am the structure around the stomata that allows gases to enter and exit the leaf. I am the process during which water is lost through the leaves. I am the vascular tissue that transports water throughout the plant. Phloem Xylem Guard CellTranspiration
Talk to your partner: Where do plants take in carbon dioxide? Where do plants take in water?
Photosynthesis occurs in an organelle in the leaves. Chloroplasts: organelle where photosynthesis takes place Chlorophyll: pigment in chloroplasts, makes plants green
Cellular respiration: the process that releases energy by breaking down glucose.
Cellular respiration occurs in the mitochondria of plant and animal cells. Cellular respiration makes 36 ATP molecules The remaining energy is lost as heat. Mitochondria
Talk to you partner: If humans do not make our own food in photosynthesis, how do we get nutrients to perform cellular respiration?
The formula for cellular respiration is: 6O 2 + C 6 H 12 O 6 6CO 2 + 6H 2 O + Energy oxygen + glucose carbon dioxide + water + ATP Cellular respiration requires oxygen and glucose and gives off carbon dioxide, water, and energy.
SAGE & SCRIBE 1.Get in partners—decide who is partner A and who is partner B. 2.First round: – Partner A: Describe photosynthesis in WORDS – Partner B: Write the equation for photosynthesis 3.Second round: – Partner B: Say the photosynthesis equation – Partner A: Write it in WORDS NEXT…Cellular Respiration!