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Organization of living things Organization of living things Presentation Transcript

  • Organization of Living Things
  • Plants
  • LifeRequirements
    • To live, plants need four main resources:
    • Air
    • Water
    • Food
    • Sunlight
  • AIR
    • Plants need fresh air
    • Take in Carbon Dioxide
    • Release Oxygen back out
    • Needs fresh air to grow
  • WATER
    Without water, plants cannot grow!
    * Rain
    * By Man
  • Plants Need Energy Too!!
    +
    Sunlight
    Water
    =
    Life!!
  • Life Cycle of a Plant
  • Stage 1: A Seed
    The first stage of life for a plant is a seed.
  • Stage 2: Seedling
    A seed starts to grow leaves from the ground.
  • Stage 3: Small Tree
    The seedling grows more leaves and some branches.
    Becomes a small tree/shrub.
  • Stage 4: Grown Tree
    The small trees grows into a full grown, mature tree.
  • Stage 5: Dropping Seeds
    • Tree is already full grown
    • Fruit/seeds drop from tree
    • New plant cycle starts
  • Seed to Full Grown
    It takes a seed about 4 years to fully grow into a mature plant.
  • Reproduction
    The way plants reproduce is by dropping seeds onto the ground, and the plant cycle starts again.
  • Life Span
    The average life span of a mature tree is 60-80 years!!
  • Bibliography
    http://answers.yourdictionary.com/science/why-do-plants-need-water.html
    http://www.aperfectworld.org/weather.html
    http://www.cksinfo.com/nature/weather/rain/index.html
    http://www.clipartguide.com/_pages/0511-0904-1500-5559.html
    http://www.the-simple-homeschool.com/plant-life-cycle.html
    http://www.gettyimages.com/detail/97383027/Flickr