To survive, plants must be able to move materials through their ____, make their own _____, and break down food into a usable form of energy.
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Cellular respiration is important to plants because without it they could not ___, _______, or __________.(grow, reproduce, repair tissues)The products, or end substances, of photosynthesis are _______ and the energy- rich molecule.(oxygen)Cellular respiration requires the reactants ______ and oxygen, produces carbon dioxide and _______, and releases energy in the form of ATP.(glucose, water)Cellular respiration equationC6H12O6+6H20+chemical energy (in Atp)Photosynthesis equation6CO2+6H20--> (light energy) C6H12O6+6O2+ATPThe stages of cellular respirationGlycolysis , Krepgs Cycle, and Electron TransportThe growth of a plant toward or away from light is called ____.(phototropism)The response of a plant to touch is called ____.(thigmotropism)The response of a plant to gravity is called _____.(gravitropism)Some plants flower in response to the amount of _______ they are exposed to.(photoperiodism)_______ is a plant's response to the number of hours of darkness in its environment.(long day plants)Plants that flower when exposed to less than 10-12 hours of darkness are called _____.(short day plants)Plants can reproduce asexually or sexually or both?(both)Plants have two life stages?Yes.What are the two stages called?alternation of generationsIn most plants the haploid generation is tiny and lives surrounded by special tissues of the diploid plant.Fertilization takes place when a haploid sperm and a haploid egg fuse and form a diploid zygote. Through mitosis and cell divison, the zygote grows into the diploud generation of a plant.Moss plants grow by __________and ____________ from haploid spores produced by the diploid generation.Mitosis and cell divsionthe diploid generations of fern are the green leafy plants often seen in embryo is food supply and protective covering makeup a seed.pollination occurs when pollen grains lands on a female reproductive structure of a plant that is the same specieis.flowerless seed plants are also known as gym no sperms.the most common gemnosperms are conifers.confiers such as pines, ferns, cypresses, red woods, ywes ae trees and shrubs with needle like or scale like leaves, they are mostly evergreens which means they have leaves all year long. brisol cone pines are the oldest living trees on earth.cones are the male and female reproductive system of conifers. males cones are small papery structures that produce pollen grains. female cones can be woody, berry like or soft and they produce eggs. a zygoat forms when a sperm from a male fertilizes an egg. the zygoat is the start if the diploid generation. seeds form as a part of the female cone.fruits and vegetables come from angiosperms. reproduction of a angiosperm begins in a flower. pollen grains can land at the top of the pistol or stigma. each ovule will contain a haploid egg and might become a seed if fertilized.pollen grains travel by wind, gravity, water or animal from the anther to the stigma where pollination occurs.sperm develop from a haploid cell in the pollen tube.. when the pollen tube enters an ovule fertilization takes place.the seeds can grow into new genetically related plants that produce flowers and the cycle repeats.fruits and seeds are important sources of food for people and animals.fruits help protect seeds and disperse them. animals help dispersing the seeds by eating and dropping them.diploid generationmeiosis occurs in certain cells in the reproductive system of a diploid plant