UNIT 1 - Area of Study 2: Functioning organisms. The common requirements of living things are; Energy Gas exchange Water & nutrients Removal of wastes Reproduction. Name: Class: . AUTOTROPHS. Meristematic tissue. Cells that undergo cell division
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The common requirements
of living things are;
The continuous movement of water through the plant is known as the transpiration.
The basic structure of a plant comprises stem (for support), leaves (for photosynthesis) and roots (to anchor into the soil).
Explain the gas exchange that occurs between the alveoli and capillaries.
Use the key words listed below to complete the concept map summarising the key ideas of reproduction. Write along the linked lines between words and phrases to show the relationships between ideas in your concept map. Add diagrams to show understanding.
Key words: flower, budding, haploid, stigma, fertilisation, pistil, vegetative reproduction, ovaries, diversity, mitosis,
stamen, gametes, zygote, uterus, clone, fission, diploid, pollination, testes, implantation, pollen
Single-celled organisms eg.
ASEXUAL REPRODUCTION: Offspring are genetically identical to parent.
REPRODUCTION: The continuity of life in the next generation.
Specialised reproductive systems/structures involved in ‘reduction division’ – meiosis.