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200 300 400 500 100 200 300 400 500 100 200 300 400 500 100 200 300 400 500 100 200 300 400 500 100 Functions Life Cycle Plant needsTermsFacts
The function of the roots
What is anchor and absorb?
The function of the stem
What is support and transport?
The function of the leaves
What is photosynthesis and transpiration?
The function of the flower
What is pollination?
The function of the fruit
What is to protect the seeds?
Contains inside a seed
What is seed coat, stored food and embryo?
When the seed sprouts
What is germinate ?
Process by which a plant makes its own food
What is photosynthesis?
When pollen is carried by stamen to pistil
What is pollination?
Name two ways seeds are spread
What are wind, water, animals, etc?
List the needs of a seed
What is warmth, water, air?
List the needs of a plant
What is air, water, warmth, light, minerals?
List what a plant needs for PHOTOSYNTHESIS
What is water, air, chlorophyll and light?
The parts of a plant are called…
What are structures?
The jobs of a structure is called….
What is a function?
A baby plant within a seed
What is the embryo?
Gives the plant its green color and is used in photosynthesis
What is the chlorophyll?
A living thing that requires the basic needs to live
What is an organism?
Giving off of water by a plant
What is transpiration?
Cone bearing plant
What is a conifer?
Fruit bearing plant
What is a flowering plant?
Two things a plant cell has that an animal cell does not
What is chlorophyll and cell wall?
Tell ways plants can start OTHER than seeds
Spores, cutting, tuber, bulbs?
Tell why bees are important to flowers
What is for pollination?
Explain why flowers smell good and are bright colors.
What is to attract birds and bees for pollination?
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