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Name the six life processes
1. Taking in materiels such as nutrients and gasses
2. Releasing engery in food to carry out the life processes
3. Giving off waste
4. Reacting to surroundings
5. Growing and developing
6. Reproducing
The inner core of a plant root is connected to the epidermis by what?
The cortex.
Do plants such as grasses have a system of branching roots called fiberous roots?
Water and minerals from the soil are carried upward in a plant through what tube-like cells?
Xylem tissue.
Is a tree trunk an example of a woody stem?
What is the basic unit of all living things?
What waste product does photosynthesis in plants produce?
What is the inner most part of a tree called.
What purposes do the roots of a plant serve?
Taking in water.
Can celery store starch?
Do pine, spruce, and fir trees have leaves that reduce water lose?
Name two key differences between a plant and an frog.
1. Plants make their own food and frogs must take in food from their surroundings.
2, Frogs give off solid waste from digested food and plants give off oxygen.
Name the parts of the transportation system of plants.
Roots, stems, and leaves.
What part of the plant connects the roots to the leaf.
What makes up the transportation system of a leaf.
The lower and higher epidermis and the veins.