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Title: Plant and Animal Systems


1
Plant and Animal Systems
  • Unit 5

2
Organism
  • Any living thing
  • Example plant, animal

3
Nutrient
  • A food that helps living things grow and stay
    healthy

4
Food Pyramid
  • A diagram showing the number of servings of foods
    to eat each day from breads, vegetables, fruit,
    milk, meat, and fats

5
Digestive System
  • The system which breaks down food for use by the
    body
  • Organs include the stomach, large and small
    intestine, liver

6
Small Intestine
  • An organ in the digestive system where food moves
    into tiny blood vessels to be carried to the rest
    of the body

7
Large Intestine
  • An organ in the digestive system where water is
    removed from food that cant be broken down

8
Skeletal System
  • The system which supports your body, gives it
    shape, and protects organs.
  • Made of bones

9
Mammal
  • An animal with hair or fur whose young are fed
    milk by the mother
  • Example cat, horse, monkey, skunk

10
Bird
  • An animal with wings, feathers, and hollow bones.
  • Example duck, pelican, blue jay, owl

11
Amphibian
  • An animal that begins life in water and then
    lives on land as an adult.
  • Example frogs, toads, salamanders

12
Reptile
  • An animal that has dry scaly skin and lives
    mostly in dry areas.
  • Examples snakes, alligators, crocodiles, and
    lizards

13
Fish
  • An animal that lives in water, breathes with
    gills, and has fins and scales.
  • Example perch, bass, sharks, sea horses

14
Insect
  • Animals that have 6 legs, 3 main body parts (
    head, abdomen, thorax), and compound eyes.
  • Example fly, mosquito, and bee

15
Life Cycle
  • The time between the birth and death of an
    organism.
  • All the stages of growth an organism goes through
    in its life.

16
Root
  • The part of the plant that absorbs water and
    nutrients from the soil.
  • Also helps to anchor the plant in the ground

17
Stem
  • The part of a plant that moves food, water, and
    minerals through tubes to the rest of the plant.
  • Also helps to support the plant

18
Flower
  • The reproductive part of a plant.
  • Contains seed which make new plants.

19
Seed
  • A structure that contains a new young plant.
  • When it sprouts it is called a seedling (baby
    plant)
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