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40) how can plants be distinguished from an animal cell?
plant cells are autotrophs, and animal cells are heterotrophs
41) both plants & animals are multicellular. what does this mean?
they have multiple cells in them
42) how are plants & animals able to reproduce?
plants undergo sexual reproduction and animals reproduce sexually and asexually
43) both plants and animals must undergo what reaction to produce energy?
cellular resperation
44) what organisms can respond to enviromental stimuli?
plants and animals
45) how do nonvascular plants get water?
they take it from moving from 1 cell to the next
46) what is true about all plants?
they're eukaryotic, multicellular, cell wall,and they contain chloroplasts
47) after fertilization takes place in a flower the ovary develops into a.....
48) plants that have specialized tissues for carrying minerals, water, or food are classified as what type of plants?
vascular plants
49) in a plant where does most transperation occur?
in the leaves