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Science: Plant Life Processes
leaves
stem
photosynthesis
water, sunlight and carbon dioxide
make food for the plant
allows water and nutrients to get from roots to leaves;... provi…
conversion of light energy to the chemical energy of food
components required (inputs) for photosynthesis
leaves
make food for the plant
stem
allows water and nutrients to get from roots to leaves;... provi…
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Life Processes (Plants) - Vocabulary
fibrous roots
xylem
phloem
roots
Roots of the same size that grow long but not deep in the soi…
Narrow tubes in plant stems that transport water and nutrient…
Narrow tubes in plant stems that carry food made in leaves to…
Part of the plant that anchors the plant in soil
fibrous roots
Roots of the same size that grow long but not deep in the soi…
xylem
Narrow tubes in plant stems that transport water and nutrient…
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10- Life Processes- Plants
Collenchyma
Parenchyma
Sclerenchyma
Epidermis
type of ground tissue cell with a strong, flexible cell wall;…
Fundamental tissue composed of thin-walled living cells that…
Plant cells with thick, rigid cell walls; provide support for…
Outer layer of tissue
Collenchyma
type of ground tissue cell with a strong, flexible cell wall;…
Parenchyma
Fundamental tissue composed of thin-walled living cells that…
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The Plant Processes of Life
Photosynthesis
Movement
Respiration
Sensitivity
by which green plants use sunlight to synthesize nutrients fr…
the act of moving; change of place or posture
conversion of oxygen by living things into the energy by whic…
the ability of an organism or part of an organism to react to…
Photosynthesis
by which green plants use sunlight to synthesize nutrients fr…
Movement
the act of moving; change of place or posture
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Life Processes in Plants
Cohesion tension theory
What enhances high surface root hair c…
transpiration
Stomata open for what kind of intake?
theory to understand how water moves up a plant against gravity
mycorhizal fungi
evaporation from leaves
CO2
Cohesion tension theory
theory to understand how water moves up a plant against gravity
What enhances high surface root hair c…
mycorhizal fungi
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Life Sciences: Plant Parts and Processes
Mushrooms
Vascular
Nonvascular
Chlorophyll
is the fleshy, spore-bearing fruiting body of a fungus, typic…
___ plants have a system of tubes (xylem and phloem) that are…
___ plants are limited in the height to which they can grow b…
Plants (along with some protists and bacteria) produce their…
Mushrooms
is the fleshy, spore-bearing fruiting body of a fungus, typic…
Vascular
___ plants have a system of tubes (xylem and phloem) that are…
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Plant Reproduction and Life Processes
The lungs, small intestine, and kidney…
The ability of your body to regulate i…
Explain how homeostatic control is ach…
Gametophyte is to ______________ as __…
Surface Area Exchange
Homeostasis
Negative feedback maintains an internal balance of triggering…
haploid sporophyte
The lungs, small intestine, and kidney…
Surface Area Exchange
The ability of your body to regulate i…
Homeostasis
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Life Processes-Plants
Leaves
Cuticle
Upper epidermis
Palisade mesphyll
Where photosynthesis and transportation happens; simple and c…
Waxy layer that protects the leaf
Secrets cuticle
Holds chloroplast and allows photosynthesis to happen
Leaves
Where photosynthesis and transportation happens; simple and c…
Cuticle
Waxy layer that protects the leaf
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Life Process of Plants
Root
Flower
Stem
Leaf
Take in water and nutrients from the ground
Where seeds are produced
Move water and nutrients from... The root to the leaves
Use sunlight and air to make food
Root
Take in water and nutrients from the ground
Flower
Where seeds are produced
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Life processes in plants and animals
Homeostasis
Angiosperms
Root
Root cap
Maintenance of a constant internal environment within an orga…
Flowering plants have roots, stems, flowers, leaves
Function:... Anchorage: roots hold plant firmlt in ground.... Absor…
Loose cells broken off from underlying layer... Protects underly…
Homeostasis
Maintenance of a constant internal environment within an orga…
Angiosperms
Flowering plants have roots, stems, flowers, leaves
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Life Processes of Plants
Plants are
Plants are made of
One thing that makes most plants diffe…
Plants have special parts
living things
cells and carry out all of the same life processes
is that plants make their own food
to make food, take in nutrients, reproduce, and perform other…
Plants are
living things
Plants are made of
cells and carry out all of the same life processes
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Plants amd life processes
Tropism
Positive tropism
Negative tropism
Geotropism
A growth in response to a sinulus
Growth in the reponse to the direction of light
Away from stimulus
Growth in response to direction of gravity
Tropism
A growth in response to a sinulus
Positive tropism
Growth in the reponse to the direction of light
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Structure and Life Processes in Plants
herbaceous
examples of herbaceous plants
woody
examples of woody plants
leaves and stems die down at end of growing season to the soi…
corn, geranium, marigold, iris, rhubarb, onion, and asparagus
stems above the ground remain alive during the dormant season…
trees, shrubs, vines--all are perennials
herbaceous
leaves and stems die down at end of growing season to the soi…
examples of herbaceous plants
corn, geranium, marigold, iris, rhubarb, onion, and asparagus
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Life Processes, Animals, and Plants
Organism
Animal
Cell
Circulation
living thing that... varies in size and shape
an organism that acquires... food from other sources and has oth…
a unit or building block with a... definite structure and function
the movement of... necessary materials throughout an... organism.
Organism
living thing that... varies in size and shape
Animal
an organism that acquires... food from other sources and has oth…
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Life Processes of Plants #2
succulent leaves
broadleaf
needle-like leaf
plants also can be grouped
type of leaves that help the plant store water
type of leaves that help the plant trap energy from sunlight
type of leaves that can withstand both dry and cool climates,…
by flowering or non-flowering
succulent leaves
type of leaves that help the plant store water
broadleaf
type of leaves that help the plant trap energy from sunlight
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Glencoe life science chapter 11 Plant Processes
photosynthesis
stomata
auxins
short-day
this important plant process uses light energy to produce foo…
openings on a leaf that let in carbon dioxide & let out oxygen
plant hormone that moves to shaded side of stem
plants requiring long nights to flower
photosynthesis
this important plant process uses light energy to produce foo…
stomata
openings on a leaf that let in carbon dioxide & let out oxygen
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Glencoe life science chapter 11 Plant Processes
photosynthesis
stomata
auxins
short-day
this important plant process uses light energy to produce foo…
openings on a leaf that let in carbon dioxide & let out oxygen
plant hormone that moves to shaded side of stem
plants requiring long nights to flower
photosynthesis
this important plant process uses light energy to produce foo…
stomata
openings on a leaf that let in carbon dioxide & let out oxygen
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1.2 Life Processes of Plants
root
stem
leaf
flower
Takes in water and nutrients from the ground; stores food for…
Carries food, water, and nutrients to and from the roots and…
Makes food; uses sunlight, carbon dioxide and water; has chlo…
Where seeds are produced; turns into a fruit
root
Takes in water and nutrients from the ground; stores food for…
stem
Carries food, water, and nutrients to and from the roots and…
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Deshotel - Life cycles/Plant processes
metamorphosis
complete metamorphosis
pupa
eggs
major body changes, as they develop from young organisms into…
has four different stages: egg, larva, pupa, and adult.
the insect is enclosed in a protective covering. Major change…
hatch into a larva.
metamorphosis
major body changes, as they develop from young organisms into…
complete metamorphosis
has four different stages: egg, larva, pupa, and adult.
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Plant and Animal cells/ life processes
Cytoplasm
Cell membrane
Homeostasis
Nucleus
Watery material in which specialized structured are found.
Separates the interior of the cell from the surrounding envir…
Maintaining a stale internal environment.
Control center of the cell.... - Contains DNA, which determines…
Cytoplasm
Watery material in which specialized structured are found.
Cell membrane
Separates the interior of the cell from the surrounding envir…
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SOL 4.4 Life Processes - PLANTS
carbon dioxide
chlorophyll
dormancy
flowering plants
a gas from the air that is taken in by plants, exhaled by ani…
the green coloring in plants that traps energy from the sun a…
period of suspended life processes brought on by changes in t…
seed bearing plants with flowers. A flower is the part of the…
carbon dioxide
a gas from the air that is taken in by plants, exhaled by ani…
chlorophyll
the green coloring in plants that traps energy from the sun a…
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Life Processes:Transport System in Plants
Osmosis
Plasma Membrane
Diffusion
Active transport
The movement of water molecules from a region of their higher…
Semi-permeable membranes in roots that help to absorb water t…
Movement of gases,liquids and solids from an area of higher c…
The movement of solids or liquids from a region of their high…
Osmosis
The movement of water molecules from a region of their higher…
Plasma Membrane
Semi-permeable membranes in roots that help to absorb water t…
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Life Science Ch. 10, Plant Processes & Reproduction
Photosynthesis
Cellular Respiration
Stimuli
Tropism
A series of chemical reactions that convert light energy, wat…
A series of chemical reactions that convert the energy in foo…
Any changes in an organism's environment that cause a response.
A response that results in plant growth toward or away from a…
Photosynthesis
A series of chemical reactions that convert light energy, wat…
Cellular Respiration
A series of chemical reactions that convert the energy in foo…
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Chapter 14- Life Processes of Plants
photosynthesis
turgor pressure
hydrolysis
nastic movements
simple sugars formed from CO2 with water, light and chlorophyll
added pressure in plants that moves water
function where compound splits a water molecule
movements with loss of turgor pressure that open and close pe…
photosynthesis
simple sugars formed from CO2 with water, light and chlorophyll
turgor pressure
added pressure in plants that moves water
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the life processes of plants chapter 14
what is plant physiology
what are the uses of water
what is a hormone
what do botanist refer to hormones as
how a plant responds to light, gravity, water, minerals,hormo…
1. photosynthesis - co2 + h2o+ plus energy from sun+ C6H12O2…
any chemical produced by one area of an organism and transpor…
growth regulators
what is plant physiology
how a plant responds to light, gravity, water, minerals,hormo…
what are the uses of water
1. photosynthesis - co2 + h2o+ plus energy from sun+ C6H12O2…
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2-1 Life Processes of Plants
process of plants using energy from th…
the "food" is.....
sugars are combined to form _____ that…
plants need glucose to release ______
Photosynthesis
glucose (C6H12O6)
starch
energy
process of plants using energy from th…
Photosynthesis
the "food" is.....
glucose (C6H12O6)
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Plant Processes
Oxygen and Carbon Dioxide
Carbon Dioxide
Oxygen and Carbon Dioxide
Photosynthesis
What are the two main gases that air contains?
What gas do plants use as food?
Fill in the blank: Plants release ____________ and take in __…
What is the process by which plants make their own food?
Oxygen and Carbon Dioxide
What are the two main gases that air contains?
Carbon Dioxide
What gas do plants use as food?
Chapter 14 // The Life Process Of Plants.
Mulch
Micropyle
Photoperiodism
Sexual Reproduction
Decomposing organic matter; often added to the soil to enrich…
A small opening between instrument that magnifies objects for…
The response of a plant to changes in light intensity and len…
6 part flowers, produces, genetic variety
Mulch
Decomposing organic matter; often added to the soil to enrich…
Micropyle
A small opening between instrument that magnifies objects for…
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Life science😷 plant process notes
What is the process by which plants ma…
What is the formula for photosynthesis
What does the formula for photosynthes…
What does the formula for photosynthes…
Photosynthesis
Six CO2 +6 H2O in the presence of light yields C6 H 1206+602
...
Light energy is converted into stored chemical energy
What is the process by which plants ma…
Photosynthesis
What is the formula for photosynthesis
Six CO2 +6 H2O in the presence of light yields C6 H 1206+602
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Life Processes
NUTRITION
TRANSPORT
RESPIRATION
EXCRETION
-obtaining and using food... Examples: photosynthesis in plants…
- absorption and distribution of materials throughout an orga…
- release of energy from food molecules... Example: cell respira…
- removal of wastes... Examples: urine, sweat, carbon dioxide
NUTRITION
-obtaining and using food... Examples: photosynthesis in plants…
TRANSPORT
- absorption and distribution of materials throughout an orga…
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Plant Processes
Auxin
Chlorophyll
Day-Neutral Plant
Long-Day Plant
Plant hormone that causes plant leaves and stems to exhibit p…
Green, light-trapping pigment in plant chloroplasts that is i…
Plant that doesn't require a specific photoperiod and can beg…
Plant that generally requires short nights, less than 10 to 1…
Auxin
Plant hormone that causes plant leaves and stems to exhibit p…
Chlorophyll
Green, light-trapping pigment in plant chloroplasts that is i…
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Glencoe life science chapter 11 Plant Processes
The type of growth response having to…
Plant processes using light energy to…
The plant hormone that causes the stom…
Light energy for the plant to use in m…
phototropism
photosynthesis
abscisic acid
chlorophyll
The type of growth response having to…
phototropism
Plant processes using light energy to…
photosynthesis
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Life Science Chapter Review Plant Processes
long-day
short-day
photosynthesis
auxin
plants requiring short nights to flower
plants requiring long nights to flower
using light energy to make food
hormone that causes phototropism
long-day
plants requiring short nights to flower
short-day
plants requiring long nights to flower
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Plant processes
Transpiration
Phloem
Phototropism
Capillary Action
The evaporation of water from the leaves of plants.
Two-way vascular tube in plants that carries food (glucose)
A plants growth response to light
The forces of transpiration, cohesion, and adhesion that allo…
Transpiration
The evaporation of water from the leaves of plants.
Phloem
Two-way vascular tube in plants that carries food (glucose)
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Life Processes - Plants SOL 4.4
Anther
Carbon Dioxide
Cell
Chlorophyll
The part of the flower that holds the pollen.
A colorless, odorless gas
The basic unit of all living things
A green pigment found in green plants that absorbs energy fro…
Anther
The part of the flower that holds the pollen.
Carbon Dioxide
A colorless, odorless gas
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Life Science - Chapter 11 - Plant Kingdom Processes
how many gases are needed and are obta…
what are the 2 gases needed and are ob…
2 gases ... carbon dioxide for - ... oxygen…
gases enter/exit 3 ways
2
carbon dioxide... oxygen
photosynthesis to produce sugar... cellular respiration to conve…
lenticels... stomata... root hairs
how many gases are needed and are obta…
2
what are the 2 gases needed and are ob…
carbon dioxide... oxygen
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6th Grade Life Science Chapter 13: Plant Processes
photosynthesis
chlorophyll
cellular respiration
stomata
the process by which plants, algae, and some bacteria use sun…
a green pigment that captures light energy for photosynthesis
the process which cells use oxygen to produce energy from food
one of many openings in a leaf or stem of a plant that enable…
photosynthesis
the process by which plants, algae, and some bacteria use sun…
chlorophyll
a green pigment that captures light energy for photosynthesis
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Life Science 7th grade Plant Process
Can Plants make their own food?
Where the water is taken from.
Carbon Dioxide, Oxygen and Water Vapor…
The outer layer of the leaf is called…
Yes plants can make their own food through the process of pho…
The roots
The Leaves
Epidermis
Can Plants make their own food?
Yes plants can make their own food through the process of pho…
Where the water is taken from.
The roots
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structures and their functions in Plants/ life processes of various plant groups
Vascular
Xylem Tissue
Cambium
Phloem Tissue
These types of plants have a complex system of special fluid-…
these tissues carry water up through the plant. The way I rem…
is a layer of narrow, thin-walled cells found between the xyl…
these tissues transports and distributes the food made in the…
Vascular
These types of plants have a complex system of special fluid-…
Xylem Tissue
these tissues carry water up through the plant. The way I rem…
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BJU Biology Chapter 14 The Life Processes of Plants
root pressure
capillarity
transpiration
cohesion
14.1 the force exerted on the water in the vascular cylinder…
14.1 the property of water that causes it to cling to surfaces
14.1 the release of water through the leaves of a plant
14.1 characteristic that causes water to move up plant stems
root pressure
14.1 the force exerted on the water in the vascular cylinder…
capillarity
14.1 the property of water that causes it to cling to surfaces
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Biology Life Processes of Plants - Study Guide
minerals
hormones
coleopite
Positive: movement toward stimulus... Ne…
inorganic substances that are needed to aide in plant growth
chemical messengers that affect a plant's ability to respond…
protects as the stem pushes through the soil
What is the difference between positive tropism and negative…
minerals
inorganic substances that are needed to aide in plant growth
hormones
chemical messengers that affect a plant's ability to respond…
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plant processes
photsynthesis
respiration
transpiration
pistil
create plant food and energy- carbon dixode + water + wun= gl…
glucose+ oxygen equals carbon dioxide and water
water leaving the plant through stomata
female reproductive structure of a flower
photsynthesis
create plant food and energy- carbon dixode + water + wun= gl…
respiration
glucose+ oxygen equals carbon dioxide and water
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Chapter 1, Lesson 2: Life Processes of Plants
roots
stem
leaf
flower
Take in water, nutrients and minerals from the ground. Most h…
carries food, water and nutrients to and from the roots and l…
the food factories of the plant; a leaf uses sunlight and air…
where the seeds are produced
roots
Take in water, nutrients and minerals from the ground. Most h…
stem
carries food, water and nutrients to and from the roots and l…
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Life Processes
Nutrition
Transport
Regulation
Synthesis
Every organism takes in nutrients from it's external environm…
The process by which substances enter and leave cells and bec…
Control and coordination of all life functions. This involves…
Making complex substances by combining simple substances usin…
Nutrition
Every organism takes in nutrients from it's external environm…
Transport
The process by which substances enter and leave cells and bec…
Plant Processes
Photosynthesis
Respiration
Carbon Dioxide
Oxygen
A process used by plants to convert sun energy into food (glu…
Cellular process in which stored food are converted into usef…
Gas needed to perform Photosynthesis... Was product of Respiration
Gas needed to perform Respiration... Waste product of photosynth…
Photosynthesis
A process used by plants to convert sun energy into food (glu…
Respiration
Cellular process in which stored food are converted into usef…
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Bio chapter 14: The Life Processes of Plants
Root pressure
Capillarity
Transpiration
Cohesion
As more water enters the roots and collects in the vascular c…
This is a property of water that, at one time, was considered…
During the day, water is constantly evaporating from the leav…
This is the property of water molecules that causes them to "…
Root pressure
As more water enters the roots and collects in the vascular c…
Capillarity
This is a property of water that, at one time, was considered…
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Plant Processes
cellular respiration
stimulus
transpiration
tropism
cells use oxygen to release the stored energy from glucose
anything that causes a reaction or change in an organism
the loss of water from leaves
plant growth in response to a stimulus
cellular respiration
cells use oxygen to release the stored energy from glucose
stimulus
anything that causes a reaction or change in an organism
31 terms
life processes in plants (Ch 29 and 30)
transpiration
water potential
what is water characterized as?
xylem conducting cells
loss of water vapor (evaporation) through open stomata
transpiration through stomata
cohesive
continuous pipeline from leaf to roots
transpiration
loss of water vapor (evaporation) through open stomata
water potential
transpiration through stomata
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Plant Processes
transpiration
photosynthesis
respiration
chloroplast
process in which plants release water through leaves
process when plants make their own food
the process through which energy is released from food in mos…
found in cells of leaf; photosynthesis takes place here
transpiration
process in which plants release water through leaves
photosynthesis
process when plants make their own food
34 terms
Plant Processes
Water
Water movement through plants
Roots
Vascular tissue
H2O
Roots - stem - leaf - atmosphere
Absorb water and minerals from soil
Runs continually from the roots to stems to leaves
Water
H2O
Water movement through plants
Roots - stem - leaf - atmosphere
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