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Title: The Functions of Plant Parts/ Plant Life Cycles


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The Functions of Plant Parts/ Plant Life Cycles
  • V. Martinez
  • A78-81 A84-87

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1. What is a state of lower activity until spring?
  • Dormancy is a plants state of lower activity
    until spring.
  • When the plant
  • Breaks its dormancy
  • It starts to grow roots.

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2. What is the giving off of water by plant parts?
  • Transpiration is the giving off of water by plant
    parts.

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3. What is the name of one main root that grows
deep into the soil?
  • A taproot is one main root that grows in the
    soil.

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5. The two main types of leaves are __ and __.
  • The two main types of leaves are needles and
    broadleaves.

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6. What two ways do roots help plants survive?
  • Roots help plants survive by taking in nutrients
    and holding plants in soil some store food made
    by leaves.

7
7. What supports plants and gives them shape?
  • Stems support plants and give them shape.

8
8. Some plants that grow in poor soil have
adaptations that let them trap and eat ___
  • Some plants that grow in poor soil have
    adaptations that let them trap and eat insects.
    The insects they catch help provide needed
    nutrients that may be missing in the soil .
  • Venus Flytrap

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9. Germinate means ___
  • Germinate means to sprout.

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10. What do seeds need to grow?
  • Seeds need air, water, and warmth to begin to
    grow.

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11. What plant part makes pollen?
  • The stamen makes pollen, a kind of powder on
    plants.

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12. What does the top of the pistil collect?
  • The top of the pistil collects the pollen.

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13. What happens when pollen is carried from a
stamen to a pistil by wind or animals?
  • Pollination is when pollen is carried from a
    stamen to a pistil by wind or animals.

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14. Where do the seeds form in the flower?
  • The seeds form in a flower in the ovary at the
    bottom of the pistil.

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15. Seeds form when the stamen makes pollen that
is collected by the pistil, which forms the ___.
  • Seeds form when the stamen makes pollen that is
    collected by the pistil, which forms the seed.

16
16. Some plants grow from ___ instead of seeds.
  • Some plants grow from spores instead of seeds.

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17. How are spores spread?
  • They are spread by wind, water, and animals.

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18. What are swollen underground stems that are
often dug up to eat?
  • Tubers are swollen underground stems that are
    often dug up to eat.
  • An example is a potato.

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19. What is a way to join 2 or more different
plants to make a new plant?
  • Grafting is a way to join 2 or more plants to
    make a new plant.
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