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Unit 6 miriam rodríguez

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Unit 6 miriam rodríguez

  1. 1. All plants share these characteristics:*They are multicellular organisms.*They interact with their environment.*They don’t move around; they stay in one place.*They use sunlight to make their own food.
  2. 2. Seed plants reproduce by growing seeds.There are two main groups:Agionosperms GymnospermsAngionosperms produce flowers, so Gymnosperms produce cones, so we alsowe also call them flowering plants. call them conifers.
  3. 3. Some plant, such as ferms and mosses, do not grow seed. They produce special cells called spores.Ferns mossesFerns have got special Mosses grow sporeLeaves called spores capsules.
  4. 4. Most plant have got three part: a stem,roots and leaves. Stem:It carries water from the roots to the rest of the plants. Leaf:It’s where photosynthesis takes place. Root:It obsorbs water an mine rals fron the
  5. 5. Plant are autotroph organisms;this means they produce their own food.Plant perfom photosynthesis during the day.They take oxygen from the air and they produce carbon dioxide.This is called plant respiration.
  6. 6. Some part of plant for example,their root, leave or flowers.Can make smallmovements to recive more light or to find water.Sensitivity to light Sensitivity to contact sesitivity to water waterSunflowers turn their stem Venus Flaytraps closetheirTo capture more sunlight leaves when insects touch Roots grow them toward warter
  7. 7. Flowers are the sexual organs of flowering plants. Pistil:Style,ovary,stigma Stamen:Filament,anther Sepal:All sepals togetherform the calyx. Petal:All patals togetherForm the corolla.
  8. 8. Pollination:The movement of pollen grains from the anther to the stigma is cxalled pollination.Germination: take place when a seed begins to grow into a new plant.The union of pollen with an ovule is called fertilization