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Feeding and growing

  1. 1. Nataly Huertas Luna
  2. 2. It is a magic process. It can happen just in a few hours. There is a miniature The Flower’ s format ion
  3. 3. Green pigment chlorophyll. Green pigment is masked by other colors.
  4. 4. The Photosyn thesis process. The Chloroph
  5. 5. Its Own food. Its growing process . Its
  6. 6. Water Mineral salts Food (carbohydr ates) Green Plants
  7. 7. The Sunlight. the light’s direction. The Chemicals.
  8. 8. The pull of gravity.
  9. 9. Moisture. Warmth. Air. Low temperatures.
  10. 10. The root system: • Root branches. • Root hairs. • Cell
  11. 11. The sap may flow trough a tree as fast as 40
  12. 12. According some scientists green plants make more than 167 billion tons of sugar every year by photosynthesis.
  13. 13. This kind of plant make a trap that looks like a hinged pad locate at the end of each leaf. If an
  14. 14. BUD /bʌd/: A flower or leaf that is not fully open. (noun) CELLS /sel/: The smallest unit of living matter that can exist on its own. (noun) TO TAKE IN: To absorb something into the body, for example by breathing or swallowing. (verb) STEMS /stem/: The main long thin part of a plant above the ground from which the leaves or flowers grow. (noun) CHLOROPHYLL /ˈklɔˈrəfɪl/: The green substance in plants that absorbs light from the sun to help them grow. (noun) TO MASK /mæsk/: to hide a feeling, smell, fact, etc. so that it cannot be easily seen or noticed. (verb) PHOTOSYNTHESIS /foʊtoʊˈsɪnθəsɪs/: the process by which green plants turn carbon dioxide and water into food using energy obtained from light from the sun. (noun) TO TRAP /træp/: to catch or keep something in a place and prevent it from escaping. (verb) STARCH /stɑˈrtʃ/: a white carbohydrate food substance found in potatoes, flour, rice, etc. (noun) TISSUE /tɪʃuˈ/: a collection of cells that form the different parts of humans, animals and plants. (noun)
  15. 15. DECAY: /dɪˈkeɪ/ the process or result of being destroyed by natural causes or by not being cared for (= of decaying) (noun) TO RELEASE: /rɪˈliˈs/ The state of being set free. (verb) MOISTURE: /ˈmɔɪstʃər/very small drops of water that are present in the air, on a surface or in a substance. (noun) TO LIE: /laɪ/to be or put yourself in a flat or horizontal position so that you are not standing or sitting. (verb) DORMANT: /ˈdɔˈrmənt/not active or growing now but able to become active or to grow in the future. (adj) ROOTLESS: /ˈruˈtləs/ having nowhere that you really think of as home, or as the place where you belong. (adj) TINY: /ˈtaɪni/ very small in size or amount. (adj) SAP: /sæp/ the liquid in a plant or tree that carries food to all its parts. (noun) TO FLOW: /floʊ /the steady and continuous movement of something/somebody in one direction. (verb) PLEINTIFUL: /ˈplentɪfl/ existing in large amounts or numbers. (adj)