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Science: How Plants Grow
roots
stem
leaves
seed
holds the plant in the ground and take in water and minerals…
connects the roots with the leaves, and supports the plant ab…
grows out of a stem, and takes in air and light
the first stage of growth in many plants
roots
holds the plant in the ground and take in water and minerals…
stem
connects the roots with the leaves, and supports the plant ab…
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5th Grade Science How Do Plants Grow?
xylem
phloem
vascular tissue
photosynthesis
a type of vascular tissue that carries water and nutrients FR…
a type of vascular tissue that carries food FROM LEAVES to th…
supports plants and carries water and food
The process in which plants use the energy of sunlight to pro…
xylem
a type of vascular tissue that carries water and nutrients FR…
phloem
a type of vascular tissue that carries food FROM LEAVES to th…
Science How Do Plants Grow?
xylem
phloem
vascular tissue
photosynthesis
a type of vascular tissue that carries water and nutrients FR…
a type of vascular tissue that carries food FROM LEAVES to th…
supports plants and carries water and food
The process in which plants use the energy of sunlight to pro…
xylem
a type of vascular tissue that carries water and nutrients FR…
phloem
a type of vascular tissue that carries food FROM LEAVES to th…
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Science- How Do Plants Reproduce?
spore
simple vascular plants
complex vascular plants/gymnosperms
complex vascular plants/angiosperms
a single reproductive cell that grows into a new plant
ferns + horsetail
cone bearing: juniper, pine tree, spruce tree
flowering plants: oranges, apples, cantaloupe, peanuts, tomat…
spore
a single reproductive cell that grows into a new plant
simple vascular plants
ferns + horsetail
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Science 1: Unit 4 Lesson 4 How Are Plants Different?
tree
shrubs
grass
flower
tall woody plant
small trees
very short and soft stems
blossoms, lilies, and roses
tree
tall woody plant
shrubs
small trees
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Science - How seen plants reproduce
fertilization
germination
life Cycle
offspring
The process that occurs when the male and female sex cells of…
The process during which a seed begins to grow
The ongoing life story of a type of flowering plant
A living organism that came from another living organism
fertilization
The process that occurs when the male and female sex cells of…
germination
The process during which a seed begins to grow
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Science: How Do Plants Reproduce?
Petals
Sepals
Pistil
Stamen
Protect the parts of the flower that makes seeds and attracts…
Leaflike structures that protect the flower bud before the fl…
The female part of the flower that contains the ovary where e…
The male part of the flower that produces pollen
Petals
Protect the parts of the flower that makes seeds and attracts…
Sepals
Leaflike structures that protect the flower bud before the fl…
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Science: How do plants grow?
annual
cotyledon
dicotyledon
endosperm
A plant that completes it's life cycle within a year.
a seed leaf
a flowering plant with seeds having two seed leaves.
a flowing storage issue
annual
A plant that completes it's life cycle within a year.
cotyledon
a seed leaf
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Chap 1 Science-Plants and how they grow
system
deciduous
pollinate
coniferous
consists of parts that work together
a tree that loses and grows leaves
moving pollen to the part that makes seeds
trees that grow cones instead of flowers to make their seeds
system
consists of parts that work together
deciduous
a tree that loses and grows leaves
Science - How do plants reproduce?
Scientists classify plants by how they
Most plants make
that can grow into
Other plants reproduce by forming tiny…
Reproduce
Seeds
New plants
Spores
Scientists classify plants by how they
Reproduce
Most plants make
Seeds
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Science How do plants grow
Embryo
Cotyledon
Seed coat
Transplanting
The tiny undeveloped plant found inside the seed. A baby plan…
A thick leaf in the seeds of a plant that provides food until…
The protecting covering of a seed.
To move a plant to another location.
Embryo
The tiny undeveloped plant found inside the seed. A baby plan…
Cotyledon
A thick leaf in the seeds of a plant that provides food until…
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Science- Chapter 1- Plants and How They Grow
system
deciduous
pollinate
coniferous
a set of parts that interact with one another
loses its leaves in the fall and grows new ones in the spring
move pollen from the part of a flower that makes pollen to th…
does not lose its needle-like leaves in the fall
system
a set of parts that interact with one another
deciduous
loses its leaves in the fall and grows new ones in the spring
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Science: Chapter 1 How Do Plants Live and Grow?
organism
environment
germinate
reproduce
any living thing
all living and nonliving things around an organism
when seeds begin to grow
to make more of its own kind
organism
any living thing
environment
all living and nonliving things around an organism
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Science Ch 3: Lesson 2: How Do Plants Reproduce?
Spore
Gymnosperm
What type of tree produces gymnosperm?
What is an example of a 'naked seed'?
A single cell that can be carried to a new location by wind o…
A plant that produces naked seeds. (p 102)
Pine Trees.
The seeds of pines. They are protected only by a seed coat. (…
Spore
A single cell that can be carried to a new location by wind o…
Gymnosperm
A plant that produces naked seeds. (p 102)
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G2-Science-Chapter 3 How Plants Grow
创造
荣耀
树荫
土地
Creation
glory
shade
soil
创造
Creation
荣耀
glory
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How Plants Make Food / Science Grade
photosynthesis
epidermis
palisade layer
cellular respiration
The process by which plants make food
a thin ,flat, single layer of cells that cover the upper surf…
long, thin tightly packed cells located directly below the up…
the process by which plants release the energy food to carry…
photosynthesis
The process by which plants make food
epidermis
a thin ,flat, single layer of cells that cover the upper surf…
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Science Notes - How Plants Live & Grow
plant roots
plant stems
plant leaves
mineral
hold the plant tightly in the ground and take minerals and wa…
hold up the leaves, flowers, and fruit of plant and contain s…
can be wide and flat, long and slender, or shaped like needle…
a natural, nonliving material that can be found in soil
plant roots
hold the plant tightly in the ground and take minerals and wa…
plant stems
hold up the leaves, flowers, and fruit of plant and contain s…
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Science U1 How do plants reproduce 植物如何繁殖
flower
calyx
sepals
corolla
花萼
萼片
花冠
flower
calyx
花萼
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SCIENCE. LESSON #3. How do plants reproduce?
seed, germination, growing plant, matu…
Cycle of a flowering plant
Fertilization
Maturity
4 stages the life cycle of the plant
Germination, growh, pollination.
Which process happens when a sperm joins with an egg?
When a plant has grown enough to reproduce, it has reached wh…
seed, germination, growing plant, matu…
4 stages the life cycle of the plant
Cycle of a flowering plant
Germination, growh, pollination.
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Lucas- Science Test- How Plants Grow
The first stage in the growth of many…
A young plant is a ___________________/
A plant _____________________ when it…
The ______________ supports a plant ab…
seed
seedling
germinates
stem
The first stage in the growth of many…
seed
A young plant is a ___________________/
seedling
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Science 5th Grade How Do Plants Reproduce & How Do Plants Grow Study Guide
sprouting
DNA
environment
tropism
What are one of the steps of plant growths?
What determines the conditions needed by a plant to grow?
What is the factor (other than DNA) that determines how fast…
What are the ways that plants change their direction of growt…
sprouting
What are one of the steps of plant growths?
DNA
What determines the conditions needed by a plant to grow?
36 terms
Sage Science how are plants and fungi classified?
Vascular
Non-vascular
Fungi
2, vascular, nonvascular
Having tubes or channels
Without tubes or channels
Organisms that can't make food and can't move about
The plant kingdom is divided into _________ groups, a _______…
Vascular
Having tubes or channels
Non-vascular
Without tubes or channels
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5th Grade Science (How are Plants Classified)
How are Plants Classified
Vascular plants?
How do vascular plants reproduce?
4 different categories of plants
Vascular or Non-Vascular
have long tubes inside that carries food and water to all the…
By seeds that contain developing plant and stored food. ... Bean…
Mosses, Ferns, Conifers, and Flowering Plants.
How are Plants Classified
Vascular or Non-Vascular
Vascular plants?
have long tubes inside that carries food and water to all the…
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Science - How Seed Plants Reproduce Vocab
Fertilization
Germination
Life Cycle
Offspring
The process that occurs when the male and female sex cells of…
The process during which a seed begins to grow.
The ongoing life story of a type of flowering plant. Shows th…
A living organism that came from other living organisms. The…
Fertilization
The process that occurs when the male and female sex cells of…
Germination
The process during which a seed begins to grow.
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Science Lesson 3 How Seed Plants Reproduce
Seed
Offspring
Ovary
Pollination
Plant part that contains an undeveloped plant and a food supp…
the young of Living organism that comes from other living org…
female Part of a flowering plant in which the eggs are made a…
When pollen is moved from the anther to the pistil of a flower
Seed
Plant part that contains an undeveloped plant and a food supp…
Offspring
the young of Living organism that comes from other living org…
30 terms
Science: How Do Plants Grow From Seeds?
seed coat
seed leaf
developing plant
scattered
it protects the seed, it's the outside covering
it stores food for the developing plant
it grows into a new plant
wind, water, animals
seed coat
it protects the seed, it's the outside covering
seed leaf
it stores food for the developing plant
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How Plants Make Food
carbohydrates
chlorophyll
nutrient
photosynthesis
a group of chemical compounds, such as sugars and starches, t…
the green substance in leaves that uses light from the sun to…
a food substance that is needed for life and growth, such as…
a chemical process by which green plants make their own food…
carbohydrates
a group of chemical compounds, such as sugars and starches, t…
chlorophyll
the green substance in leaves that uses light from the sun to…
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Science - Unit 4 How Seed Plants Reproduce
A _____________ is a plant that reprod…
A seed contains a fully formed _______…
The coating of the seed ______________…
____________ and ______________ come i…
seed plant
plant
protects the seeds inside
Seeds fruits
A _____________ is a plant that reprod…
seed plant
A seed contains a fully formed _______…
plant
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science lesson 2 how plants reproduce
seeds
spores
petals
sepals
some plants make this so that they can grow into new plants
some plants reproduce by forming tiny cells
the part that is easily seen on a flower, often colorful and…
wide green leaves below the petals; protects the flower bud b…
seeds
some plants make this so that they can grow into new plants
spores
some plants reproduce by forming tiny cells
20 terms
Science Chapter 7 vocabulary How Plants Live
Annual growth ring
Phloem
Xylem
Petiole
Rings in a tree trunk formed by the growth of wood in layers
The vascular tissue in plants that carries food from leaves t…
The vascular tissue in plants that carries water and minerals…
The stalk that attaches a leaf to a stem
Annual growth ring
Rings in a tree trunk formed by the growth of wood in layers
Phloem
The vascular tissue in plants that carries food from leaves t…
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Chapter 1 Science How Plants Carry Out Life Processes
Chlorophyll
Leaf
Root
Stem
A green material in plants that traps energy from sunlight an…
The part of the plant that uses sunlight and air to help the…
The part of a plant that takes in water and nutrients from th…
The part of a plant that carries food, water, and nutrients t…
Chlorophyll
A green material in plants that traps energy from sunlight an…
Leaf
The part of the plant that uses sunlight and air to help the…
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How Seed Plants Reproduce - 4th gr. Science
fertilization
germination
life cycle
offspring
The process that occurs when the male + female sex cells of a…
The process during which a seed begins to grow.
The ongoing life story of flowering plant.
A living organism that came from other living organism.
fertilization
The process that occurs when the male + female sex cells of a…
germination
The process during which a seed begins to grow.
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Science- How seed plants reproduce- lesson 4
seed
coconuts
watermelons and grapes
conifer
plant that isn't fully formed
giant seeds that come from certain palm trees
grow on vines
seed plant that has no flowers or fruit
seed
plant that isn't fully formed
coconuts
giant seeds that come from certain palm trees
9 terms
Science Chapter 1-Plants and How They Grow
system
deciduous
pollinate
coniferous
consists of parts that work together
trees that lose their leaves
move pollen from the part of a flower that makes pollen to th…
do not lose all their leaves in the fall
system
consists of parts that work together
deciduous
trees that lose their leaves
15 terms
V - Science. How do plants grow and reproduce?
simplest plants
never grow taller
nutrients, water
tall tree
Nonvascular plants are the ___________________.
Nonvascular plants _______________ than 10 centimeters.
Nonvascular plant parts absorb __________ in the same way tha…
A ____________ is a vascular plant
simplest plants
Nonvascular plants are the ___________________.
never grow taller
Nonvascular plants _______________ than 10 centimeters.
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Science Lesson 4 How do plants grow?
How do flowers get pollinated?
Bees
Where do flowering plants make seeds?
Deciduous Tree
Bees, other animals, or wind pollinate a flower when they mov…
Pollen sticks to the bodies of bees as bees look for food. Th…
Flowering plants grow flowers that make seeds. After a flower…
Many flowering plants lose both stems and leaves in the fall.…
How do flowers get pollinated?
Bees, other animals, or wind pollinate a flower when they mov…
Bees
Pollen sticks to the bodies of bees as bees look for food. Th…
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Science chpt 1 How Do Plants Grow
Photosynthesis
Leaf (leaves)
Seedling
Germinate
Food making process of plants
The plant part that grows out of the stem; it takes in the ai…
A young plant
When a new plant breaks out of the seed. This needs water to…
Photosynthesis
Food making process of plants
Leaf (leaves)
The plant part that grows out of the stem; it takes in the ai…
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Science How seed plants reproduce test
seed plant
plant
coating of a seed
seeds and fruits
a plant that reproduces using seeds
a seed contains a fully formed one of these
protects the plant inside
come in all shapes and sizes
seed plant
a plant that reproduces using seeds
plant
a seed contains a fully formed one of these
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Science - How Seed Plants Reproduce Vocabulary
Fertilization
Germination
Life Cycle
Offspring
The process that occurs when a male and female sex cells of a…
The process when a seed begins to grow.
The ongoing life story of a flowering plant.
A living organism that comes.
Fertilization
The process that occurs when a male and female sex cells of a…
Germination
The process when a seed begins to grow.
8 terms
science- cells - how are plants classified
all plants need space, air, water and…
______ plants have a series of hollow…
Vascular plants are divided into ____p…
seed plants like pine trees and flower…
Nonvascular
Vascular
seed, seedless
seeds, seed
all plants need space, air, water and…
Nonvascular
______ plants have a series of hollow…
Vascular
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How Plants Survive Ch. 3 Science
What is the loss of water through the…
What is glucose?
In what regions do the primary and sec…
What is a species that lives in an are…
Transpiration
A simple sugar
Meristems
A native species
What is the loss of water through the…
Transpiration
What is glucose?
A simple sugar
9 terms
Chapter 1 Life Science - Plants and How They Grow
system
coniferous
seed leaf
pollinate
1) a set of parts that work together 2) a plan or a way of do…
does not lose its needle-like leaves in the fall
part of a seed that has stored food
move pollen from the part of a flower that makes pollen to th…
system
1) a set of parts that work together 2) a plan or a way of do…
coniferous
does not lose its needle-like leaves in the fall
12 terms
Science 4 / How plants are classified
How plants transport water?
Organs
Vascular plants
Non vascular plants
Bamboo has tubelike structures that connect all the organs of…
Leaves, stems and roots
Plants that have tubes. Some of the vascular plants are grass…
Do not have true roots, stems or leaves. They can pass water…
How plants transport water?
Bamboo has tubelike structures that connect all the organs of…
Organs
Leaves, stems and roots
16 terms
How do Plants Reproduce?
Anther
Stamen
Pistil
Petal
The part of the stamen where pollen is produced.
The pollen (sperm) producing part of a flower. (male part)
The ovule (egg) producing part of a flower. (female part)
The part of a flower, usually colorful, that attracts pollina…
Anther
The part of the stamen where pollen is produced.
Stamen
The pollen (sperm) producing part of a flower. (male part)
16 terms
Science Chapter 1 Plants and How They Grow
What do plants and animals need to liv…
List the main parts of most plants
How does a plant make food
How does a leaf help a plant live
air, water, food, and space to grow
root, stem, leaves, and flowers
a leaf needs to take in water, carbon dioxide, and energy fro…
make food and get the water they need, they help the plant ba…
What do plants and animals need to liv…
air, water, food, and space to grow
List the main parts of most plants
root, stem, leaves, and flowers
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3rd grade science - How can you classify plants?
What is classifying?
What are some ways you can classify pl…
What are some examples of flowering pl…
How are flowering plants different fro…
To put into groups
Color, size, and shape
An orange tree and a cactus
They have different kinds of roots, stems, leaves, and flowers
What is classifying?
To put into groups
What are some ways you can classify pl…
Color, size, and shape
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4th grade Science How do Plants grow and reproduce
conifer
inherited characteristic
life cycle
pollination
A longleaf pine is a
the shape of a plant's leaves is a
includes seed formation, germination, growth and maturity
the shape and color of a flower attracts insects for
conifer
A longleaf pine is a
inherited characteristic
the shape of a plant's leaves is a
24 terms
Science Chapter 1 - How do plants grow and reproduce?
According to the way they reproduce
2 groups
Conifers and flowering plants
Conifers
How do scientists classify plants?
How do scientists divide seed plants?
What are the two types of seed plants?
What type of seed plants have leaves shaped like needles or s…
According to the way they reproduce
How do scientists classify plants?
2 groups
How do scientists divide seed plants?
18 terms
How Plants Reproduce
germination
maturity
life cycle
fertilization
the embryo in the seed begins to grow.
when the plants grows to full size.
the series of stages that a living thing grows through as it…
the process of sperm and egg coming together.
germination
the embryo in the seed begins to grow.
maturity
when the plants grows to full size.
11 terms
B2 science: how plants use glucose
Why do plants need glucose ?
Where to plants manufacture glucose ?
What does glucose make inside of a pla…
Why do plants need nitrates?
For respiration
Plants will manufacture glucose in their leaves
Cellulose that helps to make cell walls
To help make proteins that then build amino acids, no nitrate…
Why do plants need glucose ?
For respiration
Where to plants manufacture glucose ?
Plants will manufacture glucose in their leaves
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