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photosynthesis

process in which food is made using sunlight
List in order the 7 categories used in classification of living organisms from largest to smallest
Kindom
Phylum
class
Order
Family
Genius
Species
What is the female part to the flower and what is its function?
Pistil
to produce egg
Epicotyl
Leaves

What is the male part of the flower and what is its function?
Stamen
to produce pollen

hypocotyl

stem
What is the function of speals

Protect bud

Phloem

Tubes that carry food from leaves to the rest of plant
What is the function of petals
attract pollinators
Gymnosperm
plants whose seeds are not covered

In general, in which part of a plant is the food made

Leaves

Nonvasscular

lacks vessels in roots, stems or leaves

List two functions of the leaves

Capting sunlight, making food for plant

Glucose

food made by plants that is a simple sugar

List the 4 ingreditents needed for photosynthesis to occur:
Chlorophyll
H2o
Carbon dioxide
Light

Radicle

Root

List two functions of the stem

water,minerals,food transportaion, holding leaves up.

Evergreen
Trees that stay green all year

List three functions of the roots

store food, anchor plant, absord water and minerals
Chlorophll

green material plants use to make food

decidous

trees that loose leaves

Cotyledon

Stored food

Xylem

Tubes that carry food from leaves to plant

monocot

a seed with one cotyledon

Vascular

Organism with vessels that transport water and minerals throughout plant


Angiosperm

Plants whose seeds are covered
dicot
two cotyledons