Pbl plant movement

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Pbl plant movement

  1. 1. SCENARIO
  2. 2. • Asyraf love gardening. He grows many types of plants in his garden. One day, during he cleaned his garden, he noticed that there is one plant that climb on his crop. He afraid that the climbing plants will affect his crop. However, he refused to remove the climbing plants because it is too beautiful and lastly he decide to left a plant for a week. After one week, he wondering when he saw his crop still healthy and that plant grow higher than his crop. He observed the morphology of that plant and noticed that there is a presence of spring-like structures surround some part of his crop. Lets us help Asyraf to find out what is going on to his crop.
  3. 3. FACT IDEA LEARNING ISSUES ACTIONS 1. Asyraf love gardening. 2. He grows many types of plants in his garden. 3. He noticed that there is one plant that climb on his crop. 4. He refused to remove the climbing plants because it is too beautiful and lastly he decide to left a plant for a week. 5. After one week, he wondering when he saw his crop still healthy and that plant grow higher than his crop. 6. Presence of spring-like structures surround some part of his crop. 1. The climbing plant is a tendril. 2. Plant grow toward sunlight. 3. Plant needs sunlight for photosynthesis process. 4. The plant does not parasite to the other crops. 5. The action of climbing caused by tigmotropism. 6. The plant is positive phototropism and negative gravitropism. 7. Spring-like structure is a modified stem. 1. What is a tendril? 2. Why plant grow toward sunlight? 3. What cause plant climb to the other crop? 4. What is the other types of tendril plant? 5. What is mean by tigmotropism? 6. Why the plant has positive phototropism and negative gravitropism? 7. How spring-like structure works to help plant survive? 1. Surfing the internet. 2. Journal. 3. Articles.

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