Ch. 3 Science Study Guide
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substances that all living things need to grow
gas breathed out by animals
process by which plants make their own food
process by which leaves give off water
state of lower activity during cold seasons
long, shallow roots
deep roots that have tiny hairs to absorb water and nutrients
swollen, underground stem
sprouts and begins to grow
tiny cells from which some plants germinate
pollen is carried from a stamen to a pistil
part of a flower that makes pollen
part of a flower that collects pollen
The process that joins a cut stem of one plant to a slice in the stem of another plant is ________.
Spores grow in ________.
Grass is an example of a plant with _______ _____.
Sunlight is trapped by a leaf's ___________.
The leaves give off ______ as waste.
_____ and ______ _______ in the leaves are used to make _____.
The _____ take in water.
_____ are plants that have roots that grow near the surface to help them obtain water.
____________ are plants that have roots to help them absorb nutrients in the mud.
_____ have stems that can cling to other objects in order to reach toward the sunlight.
An important difference between animals and plants is that _______ ____ ____ ___ ____.
plants make their own food
The main purpose of photosynthesis in plants is __ ____ ____ ___ ___ _____.
to make food for the plant
Some plants eat insects because the _______ _____ _________ ___ _____ _____ ___ _______ ____.
insects supply nutrients the plant cannot get from the soil
A _____ ____ is an example of a meat-eating plant.
The events in the life cycle of a flowering plant in order
1. for the seed of a flowering plant to begin to grow, it needs warmth, water and air.
2. The seed sprouts and becomes a seedling.
3. Animals such as birds and bees feed on its nectar, which helps the plant prepare more seeds.
How does the word photosynthesis describe the process by which a plant makes its own food?
Plants use light energy to put together carbon dioxide and water to make their own food
Leaves help plants live. NOt only do the carry on photosynthesis but they breathe. How does a leaf breathe?
The leaves have tiny holes on them that allow water vapor and gases to escape from the plant and allow carbon dioxide to enter the plant. As the sun heats a leaf, it causes water to become a gas, or water vapor.
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