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What is a leaf?
Leaves are the outside parts of a plant that grow form the stems.
What is a root?
Roots are the underground parts of a plant that hold the plant in the ground
What is a stem?
Stem is part of the plant above the grount. It connects the roof to the leaves and supports the plant.
What is a cell?
all living things are made up of cells
What is a simple plant?
a plant with no roots, stems, or leaves.and has no tubes to carry water to all parts of the plant.
Name four things that plants need to live
soil, air, water and light
what are the three parts of a plant?
roots, stems, leaves
what plant part supports the leaves and branches of a tree?
the stem
How might you care for an indoor plant
you have to water it and make sure the plant gets sun light
The plant parts tht take in water and nutrients from the soil are...
roots
How do the leaflike parts of a moss plant get water and nutrients?
each part of the plant takes in directly from the invironment
How are mosses different from daisies?
Mosses do not have tubes to move water and nutrients to other parts of the plant.
Why are most simple plants small?
Because there are no tubes in the plant, the water taken in can't move very far.
If you find a plant growing in a shady spot, how can you tell wheater it is a simple plant?
If it is very small with no tubes then it is a simple plant.
Where do most simple palnts grow?
in damp places
Why do plants need soil?
because soil contains nutrients
Why do plants need the sun?
sun provides light
Why do plants need rain?
rain provides water
True of False
Plants are living things and live in places all over the world
True
Why do plants need roots?
roots get the needed water and nutrients from the soil
How does water in the soil get to a plants leaves?
the stem carries water from the roots to the leaves
How does a plant get air and light?
The leaves take in air and light from the sun
Name the 6 parts of the cell:
Nucleus, cell membrane, wall,vacuole, chloroplast and cytoplasm
What three things help tell what kind of plant the leaf is from?
The shape, sive, and edges
How are simple pants different from trees and flowers?
Simple pants do not have tubes to mve water and nutrients to every other part of the plant
How do simple plants get their nutrients
from the environment
The leaf-like part of a simple plant do what?
take in air, water, and light
The stem-like part of a simple plant do what?
support the green leafy parts of the simple plants.
the root-like parts do what
hold the plant in the soil
How does water in the soil get to a plants leaves?
the stem carries water from the roots to the leaves
How does a plant get air and light?
The leaves take in air and light from the sun
Name the 6 parts of the cell:
Nucleus, cell membrane, wall,vacuole, chloroplast and cytoplasm
What three things help tell what kind of plant the leaf is from?
The shape, sive, and edges
How are simple pants different from trees and flowers?
Simple pants fdo not have tubes to mve water and nutrients to every other part of the plant
How do simple plants get their nutrients
from the environment
The leaf-like part of a simple plant do what?
take in air, water, and light
The stem-like part of a simple plant do what?
support the green leafy parts of the simple plants.
the root-like parts do what
hold the plant in the soil
How do the leaflike parts of a moss plant get water and nutrients?
each part of the plant takes in directly from the invironment
How are mosses different from daisies?
Mosses do not have tubes to move water and nutrients to other parts of the plant.
Why are most simple plants small?
Because there are no tubes in the plant, the water taken in can't move very far.
If you find a plant growing in a shady spot, how can you tell wheater it is a simple plant?
If it is very small with no tubes then it is a simple plant.
Where do most simple palnts grow?
in damp laces
Why do plants need soil?
because soil contains nutrients
Why do plants need the sun?
sun provides light
Why do plants need rain?
rain provides water
True of False
Plants are living things and live in places all over the world
True
Why do plants need roots?
roots get the needed water and nutrients from the soil