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ANSWER This is the main purpose of a plant’s flower.
QUESTION What is: To produce seeds and fruit.
ANSWER This must happen before a flowering plant can produce seeds.
QUESTION What is: Pollen must be transferred.
ANSWER TRUE OR FALSE: All bean seeds germinate at the same rate.
QUESTION What is: FALSE...bean seeds germinate at different rates.
ANSWER TRUE or FALSE - these are the ways in which seeds can be dispersed. by wind by animals by water
QUESTION What is: TRUE, TRUE, TRUE.
ANSWER This is how the following seeds would most likely be dispersed.
QUESTION What is: By wind.
ANSWER TRUE OR FALSE: The primary purpose of the roots is to produce seeds.
QUESTION What is: FALSE…The primary purpose for the roots is to absorb water.
ANSWER This is why plants have leaves.
QUESTION What is: To produce food.
ANSWER TRUE OR FALSE: This is the life cycle of a tree. -seed -seedling -young tree -mature tree
QUESTION What is: TRUE, TRUE, TRUE
ANSWER This is the part of a plant where light energy is changed into energy the plant can use.
QUESTION What is: The leaves.
ANSWER TRUE OR FALSE: Energy from the sun is trapped in plant cells that have animals cells.
QUESTION What is: MOST DEFINITELY FALSE….energy from the sun is trapped in plant cells that have chlorophyll.
ANSWER The roots of a tree are used mainly to...
QUESTION What is: take in water and nutrients from the soil.
ANSWER TRUE OR FALSE: The leaves of a plant is the part that produces food.
QUESTION What is: TRUE…the leaves produce the food.
ANSWER This is the reason why photosynthesis cannot happen at night.
QUESTION What is: There is no sunlight.
ANSWER This is what a plant needs before it can use energy from the sun to make sugar.
QUESTION What is: Both carbon dioxide and water.
ANSWER TRUE OR FALSE: Pollination is the movement of pollen from the stamen to the pistil.
QUESTION What is: TERRIFICALLY TRUE!
ANSWER This is the function of the flower of a plant.
QUESTION What is: To produce seeds.
ANSWER This is the function of the stem of a plant.
QUESTION What is: To support that plant and transport water and nutrients.
ANSWER This is the function of the leaf of a plant.
QUESTION What is: To produce food.
ANSWER This is the function of the roots of a plant.
QUESTION What is: To absorb water and nutrients and anchor the plant.
ANSWER This is the function of the stamen of a flower.
QUESTION What is: To produce pollen.
ANSWER This is the function of the sepal of the flower.
QUESTION What is: To protect the flower.
ANSWER This is the function of the pistil of a flower.
QUESTION What is: To produce eggs.
ANSWER This is the function of the petals of a flower.
QUESTION What is: To attract insects and birds.
ANSWER TRUE OR FALSE: A plant does not need sunlight in order for photosynthesis to occur.
QUESTION What is: FALSE
ANSWER TRUE or FALSE: The seedling stage is the first cycle in the life cycle of a tree.
What is: FALSE - the first stage of the life cycle of a tree is a seed.
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February 22, 2013Q-2 Pg. Daily Goal: We will be able to describe the life cycle of a plant. Homework: Have a fantastic weekend! Science Starter: 1.What.
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What is a plant? Nearly all plants are autotrophs, meaning they make their own food. They are also called producers. All plants are eukaryotes. All.
How are new plants formed? from seeds (sexual reproduction) by producing things such as bulbs or tubers (asexual reproduction).
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