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Plant Needs

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I did a keynote for the needs of plants for my science class.

I did a keynote for the needs of plants for my science class.

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    • 1. Plant Project
    • 2. Plant Project By: Judith Gonzalez
    • 3. Roots • They absorb nutrients and water. • Roots provide support for the stem. • Usually below ground and lack nodes and shoots leaves
    • 4. Stems • It is the trunk part of the plant. • They also provide support. • Stems can also store food.
    • 5. Leaves • They outgrowth from the stem. • There job is to absorb sunlight and turn it into food • Reduces the exchange of water and gases and prevent some diseases-causing organism from entering.
    • 6. Buds. • They are undeveloped shoots and flowers. • They are classified by terminal or lateral. • They create a new leaves or a stem when it has cuttings.
    • 7. Flower. • They are the seed producing part of a plant. • Flowers that have only male or female are called imperfection • It makes pollen for pollinators.
    • 8. Fruits. • Its comes from a single pistil • Multiply fruits form from a cluster of flowers
    • 9. Citation • http://www.hcs.ohio-state.edu/mg/manual/ botany.htm • http://urbanext.illinois.edu/gpe/index.html • http://www.hcs.ohio-state.edu/mgonline/ Botany/pla01/00pla01.htm

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