VOCABULARY PHOTOSYNTHESIS PARTS OF A FLOWER VOCABULARY TOO THIS AND THAT

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What is Carbon Dioxide
A gas humans and animals breathe out

100

What is energy from light
Chlorophyll in the plant's leaves traps what

100

What is the Pistil
Flower part that collects pollen

100

What are Fibrous Roots
Long, shallow roots

100

What is a seed
The first part or stage of a flowering plant's life cycle

200

What is Photosynthesis
Process / way a plant makes its own food

200

What are the roots
This part of the plant takes in the water and tubes in the plant carry it to the leaves

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What is the Stamen
Part of a flower that makes pollen

200

What is Nutrients
Substances that all living things need to grow

200

What is desert
A plant that has a root that can store water would probably grow in the

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What is Taproot
A single main root that grows into deep into the soil

300

What is Carbon Dioxide
The leaves take in this gas from the air to help make food

300

What is Pollination
Process of pollen being carried from a stamen to the pistil is called

300

What is Putting Together
Photo means light... synthesis means...

300

What is a fibrous root
Grass has this type of root

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What is Dormancy
State of lower activity a tree goes into during cold seasons after shedding its leaves

400

What is sugar
The food that the plant makes

400

What are spores
Tiny reproductive cells from which some plants, like ferns, germinate or start to grow

400

What is a Tuber
Swollen underground stems

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What is True
True or False: If a bird eats a seed and then drops it 5 miles away, a new plant may grow from that seed if the conditions are good.

500

What is Germinate
Another word for sprout

500

What is Oxygen
The leaves give off this waste

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What is the ovary
Where the seeds in a flower form

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What is Transpiration
The giving off or water loss from a plant's leaves due to evaporation

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What is Grafting
Joining 2 or more plants to make a new and improved plant is called

Science: Plant Growth and Adaptation

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