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When a flower(or plant) begins to grow. germination. -HOME-. Pollen producer of the flower. anther. -HOME-. The hard protective covering of a flower is housed in... . seed. -HOME-. The three parts of the pistil. Stigma. Style and ovary. -HOME-. It attracts the pollinators. petals.

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The hard protective covering of a flower is housed in...

seed

-HOME-


The three parts of the pistil.

Stigma. Style and ovary

-HOME-



The movement of water vapor out of a

plant and into the air is called

transpiration

-HOME-


What plant tissue carries glucose from

the leaves to the rest of the plant?

phloem

-HOME-


A plant whose seeds are not in a

flower or fruit is a (n)

gymnosperm

-HOME-



In angiosperms, the sperm and egg cells

are found in the

flower

-HOME-


ALL plants have these two things.

Nucleus and cell wall

-HOME-



In MOST plants water and nutrients travel

through a tube-like system called…

Vascular system

-HOME-


The movement of water vapor out of

a plant and into the air is called

transpiration

-HOME-


DAILY DOUBLE

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however; this is the ONLY time an incorrect

answer will cost you points.

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Animals are important in flower

survival because…

They pollinate them.

-HOME-


What they lack

backbones

-HOME-


Cniderians (like jellyfish) have…

Tentacles

-HOME-


All arthropods have this hard

outer covering.

exoskeleton

-HOME-


How worms get oxygen

Through their skin

-HOME-




ALL vertebrates have a backbone or… M________

Endoskeleton (internal skeleton)

-HOME 2-


All amphibians have… M________

Moist skin

-HOME 2-


ALL reptiles have… M________

Scaly skin

-HOME 2-


It is where you find amphibians. M________

Water or land

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DAILY DOUBLE M________

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however; this is the ONLY time an incorrect

answer will cost you points.

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It is what allows reptiles to live on land. M________

Their lungs

-HOME 2-


Special adaptations birds have M________

or flight.

Hollow bones

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A invertebrate that has a muscular foot M________

For digging.

mollusks

-HOME 2-


Number of part of an arthropod’s body. M________

Three—head, thorax,

And abdomen

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It what mammals give their young in M________

order to survive.

Milk

-HOME 2-


Name 2 echinoderms. M________

Starfish,

Sand Dollars,

Sea cucumbers,

Sea urchins

-HOME 2-


The study of how living things interact M________

is called

ecology

-HOME 2-


Three M________abiotic factors.

Water, sunlight,

Soil, rocks…

-HOME 2-


ecosystem

-HOME 2-


The cycle that provides a useful gas M________

for plants.

Carbon cycle

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Two things that “fix’ nitrogen. M________

Bacteria and lightning

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Interaction that benefits one species M________

and does not benefit or harm

the other species is

commensalism

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It M________is the biome with permafrost.

tundra

-HOME 2-


The wettest land biome is the M________

rainforest

-HOME 2-


Lions fighting over territory would be M________

an example of

competition

-HOME 2-


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