What do plants need to survive?
air, water, nutrients and light
What has a system that moves water through it for survival?
What are the cold blooded vertebrates?
fish, reptiles, amphibians
What do animals cells not contain?
cell wall and chloroplast
What is the function of the chloroplast?
What are all living things made of?
What is an example of a single cell organism?
Where does photosynthesis occur?
What is the part of the plant that allows transperation to occur?
What do plants use to make their own food
sunlight and carbon dioxide
What is a bear, dolphin and a snake an example of?
What is a snail, starfish and grasshopper an example of?
Why do animal cells not have chloroplast?
do can move to obtain their own food.
What causes plants to grow in the direction of water?
What causes plants to grow in the direction of the sun?
What causes a plant's roots to grow down toward the earth and it's stem to grow toward the sky?
What are the classes of vertebrates?
mammal, fish, amphibian, bird, reptile
What do scientists use to study cells?
What type of animal give birth to live animals and has lungs?
What type of animal has scales and slithers?
What type of animal is warmblooded and has feathers?
What type of animal has scales and breathes by gills?
What type of animal lives part of it's life in water and other on land?