Presentation on theme: "Parts Of Plant – Photosynthesis"— Presentation transcript:
1 Parts Of Plant – Photosynthesis Materials Needed by Plants for Photosynthesis:Water, Carbon Dioxide CO2 , and Sunlight.Materials Released by Plants in Photosynthesis:Oxygen and C6H12O6 (Glucose).
2 Functions of the RootsSupply plants with water and minerals absorbed from the soil.Support and anchor the plant.Roots store surplus food made during photosynthesis.
3 Parts of the RootsXylem – Brings water and minerals into the plant forphotosynthesis.Phloem – Carries glucose from the leaves to the root cells.
4 Function of the Stem Support body of the plant. Transport glucose and water throughout the plant.Some store materials.
5 Parts of the Stem Xylem – Carries water and minerals Phloem – Glucose and minerals
6 Drawing of Stem- Including Xylem and Phloem Xylem carries water and minerals to all parts of plant.Phloem carries food from leaves to other parts of plant.
7 Function of the LeavesThe leaf captures sunlight and makes glucose throughPhotosynthesis.
8 Parts of the LeafStomata – Opens and closes to allow carbon dioxide and oxygenin or out.Cuticle – Waxy outer layer to prevent lose of water.Mesophyll – Layer of leaf where photosynthesis takes place.CuticleStomataMesophyll
9 How do Materials Get into and Out of the Plant? Water – XylemCarbon Dioxide – StomataOxygen – StomataGlucose - Stored