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Plants use energy Plant Parts Plant Parts 2 Plant reproduction and Growth
100
What is photosynthesis?
In what process do plants get energy?
100
What is an action or change that causes a certain reaction in an animal or plant?
What is a stimulus?
100
What is the sepal?
What is the part of a plant that protects the bud?
100
What is flowers turn into fruits that protect the seeds?
What is the main difference between a flowering and a nonflowering plant?
200
What is carbon dioxide goes in and oxygen is released
What is the gas exchange that occurs in photosynthesis?
200
What is any material needed by living things for energy growth and repair, brought in by the roots?
What is a nutrient and what part of the plant brings them in?
200
What is the petals?
What part of the flower falls off once fertilization happens?
200
What is What is male- stamen: anther and filament ?
What are the male reproductive parts called and what parts make them up?
300
What is glucose and oxygen?
What is the end production of photosynthesis?
300
What is they grow facing towards the light/ sunlight?
How do stems respond to light as a stimuli?
300
What is the ovary?
Where in the flower does the ovule grow into a seed?
300
What is female- pistil: stigma, style, ovary, ovule?
What are the female reproductive parts called and what parts make them up?
400
What is in the chloroplast?
Where does photosynthesis take place?
400
What is a carrot or celery?
Give an example of a taproot?
400
What is the cones?
Where can seeds be located in nonflowering plants?
400
What is when the seed grows into a seedling?
What is germination?
500
What is they can have waxy covering, fuzz, be poisonous, sharp and tough to chew, etc?
How can leaves protect water and nutrient intake?
500
What is a string like part found in sweet peas and cucumbers and they respond to touch, they wrap around things they touch?
What is a tendril?
500
What is pedicel, receptable, sepal?
Name 2 parts of the plant that are connected to the stem?
500
What is pollination is the movement of pollen from the stamen to the pistil which is sometimes helped by pollinators and fertilization is the union of combination of a sperm cell (pollen) and an egg cell (ovule).
What is the difference between pollination and fertilization?






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