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Science Unit Plants and Animals
alfalfa
blade
fertilizer
grain
a plant widely grown for animal food
the typically flat, green part of a leaf
a chemical that provides nutrients to help plants grow better
the seeds of plants (such as wheat, corn, and rice) that are…
alfalfa
a plant widely grown for animal food
blade
the typically flat, green part of a leaf
13 terms
Science Unit - Plants and Animals
root
stem
leaf
cell
a plant part that hold the plant into the ground and collects…
A plant part that connects the roots with the leaves of a pla…
A plant part that grows out of the stem; it takes in the air…
The small unit that make up all living thngs.
root
a plant part that hold the plant into the ground and collects…
stem
A plant part that connects the roots with the leaves of a pla…
9 terms
Science Chapter 3 plants and animals
classify
vertebrates
invertebrates
adaptations
to arrange or sort objects or living things according to thei…
animals that have backbones
animals without backbones
a physical feature or behavior that helps an organism survive…
classify
to arrange or sort objects or living things according to thei…
vertebrates
animals that have backbones
28 terms
Science Test: Plants and Animals
metamorphosis
tadpole
larva
pupa
a major change in the body form of an animal during its life…
an immature frog or toad that must live in water
a newly hatched form of some insects
the time a larva changes to an adult
metamorphosis
a major change in the body form of an animal during its life…
tadpole
an immature frog or toad that must live in water
5 terms
Science Unit 3 Plants and animals
roots
stem
leaf
photosynthesis
Roots are structures of vascular plants that are usually unde…
They are structures that have tubes to carry water, sugar, an…
Leaves are plant parts that use sunlight to produce sugar for…
It is the process through plants make use their food. Plants…
roots
Roots are structures of vascular plants that are usually unde…
stem
They are structures that have tubes to carry water, sugar, an…
14 terms
Science plants and animals
Stimulus
Tropism
Adaptation
Hibernate
Something that causes a living thing to respond
A response of a plant
Physical characteristics that helps an organism survive.
When an animal goes in a deep sleep and does not use a lot of…
Stimulus
Something that causes a living thing to respond
Tropism
A response of a plant
12 terms
Plants and Animals/ Science
Name three functions of the root of a…
Name three functions of the stem of th…
Name the part of the plant that makes…
What is the job of the flower?
takes in water, holds plant in the ground, stores food
holds up fruit and flowers, carries water, grows leaves
leaves
pollinate and reproduce
Name three functions of the root of a…
takes in water, holds plant in the ground, stores food
Name three functions of the stem of th…
holds up fruit and flowers, carries water, grows leaves
Science - Plants and Animals
microscoptic
protists
organism
invertebrates
too small to be seen with the eye alone
Algae and protozoans
a living thing
an animal without a backbone
microscoptic
too small to be seen with the eye alone
protists
Algae and protozoans
Science Animals and Plants
Consumers
Producers
Consumer
Producer
Animals
Plants
Eagle
Pine tree
Consumers
Animals
Producers
Plants
Science plants and animals
structure
root
stem
leaf
a part of an organism
structure that takes in water and nutrients and holds a plant…
structure that holds a plant up and helps leaves reach sunlig…
structure where a plant makes food
structure
a part of an organism
root
structure that takes in water and nutrients and holds a plant…
Plants and Animals Science
Structure
Root
Stem
Stem
A part of an organism
Structure that takes in water and nutrients and holds a plant…
Structure that holds a plant up and helps leaves reach sunlig…
What carries water and nutrients throughout the plant?
Structure
A part of an organism
Root
Structure that takes in water and nutrients and holds a plant…
41 terms
science- plants and animals
Bilateral Symmetry
Radial Symmetry
Asymmetrical
Name some characteristics of living th…
When in cut in half, both sides are equal.
Have many lines of symmetry that all go through the central p…
Both sides are not equal no matter what
Eukaryotic... Heterotroph... Mobile... Multi-cellular... Sexual
Bilateral Symmetry
When in cut in half, both sides are equal.
Radial Symmetry
Have many lines of symmetry that all go through the central p…
6 terms
Science plants and animals
Annelid
Cnidarian
Echinoderm
Arthropod
Segmented body ex:worm
Has stinging cells ex: sting ray
Central mouth ex: sea star
Exoskeleton ex: lobster
Annelid
Segmented body ex:worm
Cnidarian
Has stinging cells ex: sting ray
science plants/animals cells
organelle
cell wall
cell membrane
cytoplasm
carry out specific functions within the cell.
a ridge layer of nonliving material that surrounds the cells…
the outside cell boundary that controls witch substance can e…
the material within a cell apart from the nucleus
organelle
carry out specific functions within the cell.
cell wall
a ridge layer of nonliving material that surrounds the cells…
32 terms
Science- Plants and Animals
Chlorophyll
Stomata
Palisade
Lower epidermis
The green pigment inside chloroplasts that is needed for phot…
Tiny holes in the lower surface of leaves that allow gases to…
layer of the leaf filled with closely packed cells that conta…
Contains stomates. Air moves in through so CO2 can be removed…
Chlorophyll
The green pigment inside chloroplasts that is needed for phot…
Stomata
Tiny holes in the lower surface of leaves that allow gases to…
53 terms
Science Estuary Plants and Animals
Abiotic Factors
algae
aquacluture
Biotic Factors
The non living parts of an organism's habitat. These include…
photosynthesizing (plant-like), mainly auatic, microscopic si…
the farming of saltwater and freshwater organisms (such as fi…
the living parts of an organism's habitat. These include plan…
Abiotic Factors
The non living parts of an organism's habitat. These include…
algae
photosynthesizing (plant-like), mainly auatic, microscopic si…
Science- Biome plants and animals
Decidous forest
Tundra
Coniferous forest
Desert
Bears... Nuts
Caribou, Polar bear... Lichens
Deer, Elk... Evergreen trees
Kangaroo rats, Jack rabbits... Cacti
Decidous forest
Bears... Nuts
Tundra
Caribou, Polar bear... Lichens
15 terms
Science - organs plants and animals.
Organ
Leaf
Stem
Root
different tissues working together to carry out a function
Traps sunlight and makes it own food through Photosynthesis
Carries substances around the plant and supports the leaves
Holds the plant in place and collects water and nutrients fro…
Organ
different tissues working together to carry out a function
Leaf
Traps sunlight and makes it own food through Photosynthesis
12 terms
Science- plants and animals
nonvascular plants are usually smaller…
What does nonvascular not have that va…
NV- Do they grow close to the ground?
What type of plant is nonvascular?
vascular
they have NO roots, steams, leaves, and flower.
Yes, but while on the ground they soak up water and minerals…
moss
nonvascular plants are usually smaller…
vascular
What does nonvascular not have that va…
they have NO roots, steams, leaves, and flower.
11 terms
Science Plants and Animals
consumer
producer
decomposer
herbivore
gets food from producers and consumers
makes its own food
breaks down dead plants and animals
eat producers only
consumer
gets food from producers and consumers
producer
makes its own food
Science: Plants and Animals
Animals without backbone
Animals with backbone
Invertebrate Animals
Vertebrate Animals
Invertebrates
vertebrates
beetle,centipede,worm,snail,jellyfish
chicken,dog,cow,lizard,horse
Animals without backbone
Invertebrates
Animals with backbone
vertebrates
Plants and animals science
Characteristics of palnts
What is the stroma
Adaptations of plants for living on land
Non vascular
Multicellular ... Eukaryotic... Autotrophic ... Uses chlorophyl a or b
Opening in the surface of the leaf for gas extange
Leaves (gas extange ) ... Roots (water transport)... Stem ( transpo…
Mosses... Reproduce by spores ... Bryophytes
Characteristics of palnts
Multicellular ... Eukaryotic... Autotrophic ... Uses chlorophyl a or b
What is the stroma
Opening in the surface of the leaf for gas extange
20 terms
science plants and animals
Ecology
Individual
Adaptations
List 4 ex. Of biotic factors
The study of how living things interact with each other and t…
Single person
A characteristic that enables an organism to survive and repr…
Roses, cats, dogs, and humans
Ecology
The study of how living things interact with each other and t…
Individual
Single person
20 terms
Science 4th plants & animals
Cells
Microscope
Vertebrates and Invertebrates
Exoskeleton
All living things are made of this.
Cells are too small to be seen without this.
Ways to classify animals based on whether they have a backbon…
The most common skeleton for animals without a backbone.
Cells
All living things are made of this.
Microscope
Cells are too small to be seen without this.
Science/animals/plants
Autotroph
Heterotroph
Photosynthesis
Respiration
they make their own food
Outside food source
Process were plants make their own food
Reversal of photosynthesis
Autotroph
they make their own food
Heterotroph
Outside food source
47 terms
5th science Plants & Animals
carnivore
trophic level
extinct species
food web
an animal that eats meat
a category of organisms classified by what they eat
a type of plant or animal that has died out completely
the complex network of food chains in an ecosystem
carnivore
an animal that eats meat
trophic level
a category of organisms classified by what they eat
Science Plants and Animals Vocab
Non vascular plant
Vascular Plant
Photosynthesis
Tropism
A plant that depends on the processes of diffusion and osmosi…
A plant that has specialized tissues called xylem and phloem,…
The process by which plants capture light energy from the sun…
A change in the growth of a plant in response to a stimulus.
Non vascular plant
A plant that depends on the processes of diffusion and osmosi…
Vascular Plant
A plant that has specialized tissues called xylem and phloem,…
Science Revision - Plants and Animals
Photosynthesis
Respiration
Multicellular
Autotragh
converts sunlight into energy
a process in living organisms involving the production of ene…
a life form with multiple cells
a life form that produces their own food. Plants are the prim…
Photosynthesis
converts sunlight into energy
Respiration
a process in living organisms involving the production of ene…
15 terms
Science: Plants & Animals
Life Cycle
Germinate
Reproduce
Pollen
The stages an organism... Or kiving thing goes during its life
When a seed breaks open and a small plant grows out of it
To make more plants similar to themselves
Powder-like material involved in plant reproduction
Life Cycle
The stages an organism... Or kiving thing goes during its life
Germinate
When a seed breaks open and a small plant grows out of it
Science plants and animals
Photosynthesis
Cuticles
Non vascular plants
Vascular
Producing nutrients from raw materials
A waxy layer that coats the plant to keep it from drying out
Plants a that have no true roots, stems, or leaves. (No speci…
Have tissue ( roots, etc.)
Photosynthesis
Producing nutrients from raw materials
Cuticles
A waxy layer that coats the plant to keep it from drying out
9 terms
Science Plants and Animals
Nutrient
roots
stem
camouflage
a material that living things need to live and grow
parts of the plant that holds the plant in place and take in…
part of the plant that carries water and nutrients to the lea…
a color or shape that makes an animal hard to see
Nutrient
a material that living things need to live and grow
roots
parts of the plant that holds the plant in place and take in…
Science/plants & animals
Grassland plants
Grassland animals
Grassland characteristics
Deciduous forest characteristics
Many grasses, frw trees
Grazing animals such as bison, prairie dogs and grasshoppers
Large open areas with a medium amount of rainfall
Forests that are home to trees that lose their leaves in wint…
Grassland plants
Many grasses, frw trees
Grassland animals
Grazing animals such as bison, prairie dogs and grasshoppers
23 terms
Science (Animals and Plants)
Homeostasis
Adaptations
Vertebrates
Invertebrates
Keeping internal body conditions stable
Structures and behavior that allow animals to perform their f…
Animals with a backbone.
Animals without a backbone.
Homeostasis
Keeping internal body conditions stable
Adaptations
Structures and behavior that allow animals to perform their f…
52 terms
science plants animals planets
bald cypress
ballooning
balsam fir
bamboo
a tree in the redwood family that grows in swamps ,shallow la…
the method by which spiders sail through the air on silk stra…
one of the best known fir trees that produces a fragrant liqu…
a woody grass that grows primarily in the South east Asia and…
bald cypress
a tree in the redwood family that grows in swamps ,shallow la…
ballooning
the method by which spiders sail through the air on silk stra…
Science: Chapter 1 - Classifying Plants and Animals
Cell
Nucleus
Cytoplasm
Chloroplast
The smallest unit of a living thing that can perform all life…
The control center for the cell.
Contains the things that the cell needs to carry out its life…
The special parts in plant cells that trap the Sun's energy.
Cell
The smallest unit of a living thing that can perform all life…
Nucleus
The control center for the cell.
18 terms
Science-Chapter 3 Where Plants and Animals Live
environment
ecosystem
population
community
everything that surrounds a living thing
all the living things that interact with each other in a give…
all the living things are the same kind that live in the same…
all the populations that live together in the same place
environment
everything that surrounds a living thing
ecosystem
all the living things that interact with each other in a give…
21 terms
Science Plants & Animals
Angiosperm
Cnidarian
Mollusk
Chordate
Grass/Flower
Stinging Cells
Muscular Foot
Backbone
Angiosperm
Grass/Flower
Cnidarian
Stinging Cells
10 terms
SCIENCE 4: Habitats of Plants and Animals
Habitat
Terrestrial Habitats
Forest
Desert
is a natural home of living things. It is a place where livin…
are animal and plant homes which are found on land
Is a natural home for many wild animals and tall trees.
Is a place the receives an extremely low amount of rain. It…
Habitat
is a natural home of living things. It is a place where livin…
Terrestrial Habitats
are animal and plant homes which are found on land
20 terms
Science (plants and animals)
Nuclear Membrane
Nucleolus
Smooth Endoplasmic Reticulium
Rough Endoplasmic Reticulium
The layer surrounding the nucleus
Part inside the nucleus made of RNA and protein
Makes things like hormones and lipid to distribute throughout…
Makes protein for the cell
Nuclear Membrane
The layer surrounding the nucleus
Nucleolus
Part inside the nucleus made of RNA and protein
Plants, Animals, LIFE! (Science)
All living things do:
All living things need:
Vascular plants
Nonvascular plants
DNA, at least 1 cell, reproduce, respond to change in their e…
Water... a habitat... air... food (energy).
Sponge-like, absorbs nutrients and water... Can be from sizes sm…
Has it's own system and water... no seeds.
All living things do:
DNA, at least 1 cell, reproduce, respond to change in their e…
All living things need:
Water... a habitat... air... food (energy).
6 terms
Science - Plants and Animals
stem
root
petal
seed
stem
root
6 terms
Science biome plants and animals
Desert
Grassland
Deciduous forest
Rain forest
Plants: ... -soil is rocky and/or sandy, and very low in nutrien…
Plants:... -Soil is a combination of topsoil and clay. Generally…
Plants:... -Soil is nutrient rich and with the additional precip…
Plants:... -Soil is actually rather nutrient poor, however there…
Desert
Plants: ... -soil is rocky and/or sandy, and very low in nutrien…
Grassland
Plants:... -Soil is a combination of topsoil and clay. Generally…
10 terms
Science for plants and animals
Conservation of Matter
Energy pyramid
Biomass
Photosynthesis
Principal stating that matter is not creating or dissolve dur…
Diagram that shows the amount of energy that shows the amount…
Renewable energy from living matter
The process by which plants and some other organisms capture…
Conservation of Matter
Principal stating that matter is not creating or dissolve dur…
Energy pyramid
Diagram that shows the amount of energy that shows the amount…
20 terms
Science test - plants and animals
chlorophyll
photosynthesis
waste products
adaptation
substance in plants that makes their parts green and captures…
process where plants make sugar
things not needed by the plant (oxygen)
a feature/behavior that helps an organism survive in its envi…
chlorophyll
substance in plants that makes their parts green and captures…
photosynthesis
process where plants make sugar
Science Plants and Animals
phylum which tarantulas belong
Number of Phylum in the animal kingdom
Main Food for whales
two structures common for most for mos…
arthropods
35
protist
spinal cord and brain
phylum which tarantulas belong
arthropods
Number of Phylum in the animal kingdom
35
16 terms
science - biomes animals and plants
savanna plant
savanna animal
tundra plant
tundra animal
baobab tree
african elephant
dwarf willow
musk oxen
savanna plant
baobab tree
savanna animal
african elephant
Science: Classifying Plants and Animals
Classification
Kingdoms
Phylum
Class
a way scientists sort living things into groups according to…
The first group in the Classification system; it defines the…
Classification Group # 2
Classification Group #3
Classification
a way scientists sort living things into groups according to…
Kingdoms
The first group in the Classification system; it defines the…
SCIENCE!!!!!! on plants and animals
vascular
nonvascular
angiosperm
gymnosperm
has a tube like transport, can grow tall, and has a true root…
absorb water like a sponge, short, and must live near water s…
produce flowers/fruits
produce cones/hard berries
vascular
has a tube like transport, can grow tall, and has a true root…
nonvascular
absorb water like a sponge, short, and must live near water s…
11 terms
Bearden Science- plants and animals
producer
consumer
decomposer
herbivore
a living thing that makes its own food
a living thing that gets its energy by eating other living th…
a living thing that breaks down dead organisms for food
an animal that eats only plants
producer
a living thing that makes its own food
consumer
a living thing that gets its energy by eating other living th…
16 terms
Science Cells Plants and Animals
Endoplasmic Reticulm
Nuclear Envelope
Nucleolus
Nucleus
system of membranous saccules & channels in the cytoplasm
Double membrane perforated with pores that control the flow o…
A specialized structure in the nucleus, formed from various c…
A part of the cell containing DNA and RNA and responsible for…
Endoplasmic Reticulm
system of membranous saccules & channels in the cytoplasm
Nuclear Envelope
Double membrane perforated with pores that control the flow o…
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