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Oriole Beach Elementary Mrs. Vacchianos Fifth Grade Science Plant Processes
A:B: cellular respirationchloroplasts #1 What is the process by which plants make food? C:D: photosynthesispollination
A:B: Palisade pigmentstomata #2 What is the pigment found in the leafs chloroplasts? C:D: Green pigmentChlorophyll
A:B: palisade layerepidermis #3 In what part of the leaf does most photosynthesis take place? C:D: stomataguard cells
A. palisade layer
A:B: through the guard cells through the stomata #4 How does water enter the plant? C:D: through the rootsthrough the leaves
C. through the roots
A:B: electricallight #5 What kind of energy is needed to perform photosynthesis? C:D: mechanicalchemical
A:B: oxygencarbon dioxide #6 What gas is produced during photosynthesis? C:D: nitrogenhelium
A:B: nitrogenglucose #7 What is produced when H 2 O, CO 2 and sunlight combine in the presence of chlorophyll? C:D: more chlorophyllhydrogen
A:B: oxygenhydrogen #8 A plant needs what gas to perform photosynthesis? C:D: carbon dioxidehelium
C. carbon dioxide
A:B: through the stomatathrough the stem #9 How do plants take in carbon dioxide? C:D: through the rootsthrough the palisade layer
A. through the stomata
A:B: fatstarch #10 Plants store some glucose as ________. C:D: leavesroots
A:B: sunlightcarbon dioxide #11 Most living things could not survive without ____________. C:D: oxygennitrogen
A:B: cellular respirationphotosynthesis #12 How do plants release energy for growth, repair, and reproduction? C:D: conservationcarbon dioxide cycle
A. cellular respiration
Both plants and animals perform what life process? A:B: breathingsleeping C:D: photosynthesiscellular respiration
D. cellular respiration
A:B: very little50 % #14 A plant uses how much of its produced food? C:D: 90%almost 100%
A:B: the nine planetsthe sun #15 All food energy can be traced back to _______. C:D: the soilthe ocean
B. the sun
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