3 Cut flaps on folds by cutting the first layer only.
4 Open your foldable and label it like this on the inside flaps. Flower StructureFlower FunctionsOpen your foldable and label it like this on the inside flaps.Leaf StructureLeaf FunctionsStem StructureStem FunctionsRoot StructureRoot Functions
5 Label your foldable like this on the back cover. Make sure you draw lines to separate.Flower AdaptationsLeaf AdaptationsStem AdaptationsRoot Adaptations
6 Fill in your foldable with the notes provided. The notes are separated by ORGAN name. Only write under that ORGAN’s flaps for slides AFTER the Organ Name.
8 Anther plant sperm Pollen Stigma Style Ovary produces pollen StructureAntherPollenStigmaStyleOvaryFunctionproduces pollenplant spermSticky top of style where pollen lands.Tube that transports it to the ovary.Female organ which produces female gametes
9 Adaptation to Environment 1. Bright colors and sweet nectar to attract pollinators.2. Development of Fruit for seed dispersal.
14 -vascular tissue (tubes) carries water UP the plant - roots to leaves StructureXylemPhloemFunction-vascular tissue (tubes) carries water UP the plant - roots to leavesVascular tissue (tubes)Carries sugar down the plant to be stored in roots.Can go up and down stem
15 Adaptation to the Environment Stiff cell walls for trunks and branches. Dead Xylem becomes the wood on tree trunks.Can be modified to store food. Ex. Tubers (potatoes) and Bulbs
17 Fibrous Roots Root hairs Taproots Roots that are web like StructureFibrous RootsRoot hairsTaprootsFunctionRoots that are web likeExtensions of fibrous roots to increase surface area for waterOne large root with root hairs to store carbs
18 Adaptation to the Environment Can be modified to store starch and sugar. (Carrots, Beets, Turnips)In dry climates root systems can be extremely long to reach water.
19 What organ is primarily used for photosynthesis and why?
20 What is the difference between xylem and phloem?
21 What is an adaptation roots can have to store sugar?