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4th Grade Ch. 2 Lesson 1 What are Plant's Characteristics?

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  • 1. Ch. 2 Lesson 1 What are plants’ characteristics?
  • 2. Plants are multicellular
    • many cells
  • 3. photosynthesis
    • Process of a plant making its own food (sugar)
    • Need carbon dioxide & water to make sugar
  • 4. photosynthesis
    • Roots, stems & leaves store extra sugar
  • 5. product
    • 5 X 2 = 10
  • 6. photosynthesis
    • Sun
    • carbon dioxide + water sugar + oxygen
    starting materials products
  • 7.  
  • 8. chlorophyll
    • substance in plants that captures Sun’s energy
    • turns sunlight into energy for reproduction
  • 9. chlorophyll
    • found in chloroplasts
    • makes plants look green
  • 10. stoma
    • tiny openings under leaves
    • carbon dioxide, oxygen & water pass thru. openings
  • 11.  
  • 12. Photosynthesis
  • 13. Plants are multicellular
    • many cells
  • 14. photosynthesis
    • Process of a plant making its own food (sugar)
    • Need carbon dioxide & water to make sugar
  • 15. sugar
    • Roots, stems & leaves store extra
  • 16. chlorophyll
    • substance in plants that captures Sun’s energy
    • turns sunlight into energy for reproduction

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