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Unit 6A: Interdependence and adaptation. Why do you think one of the plants is healthy and one is not?. Do you think they have been in different environments?. What does a plant need to grow well?. T. Unit 6A: Interdependence and adaptation. Fertiliser. Added to soil to help plants grow.

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unit 6a interdependence and adaptation
Unit 6A: Interdependence and adaptation

Why do you think one of the plants is healthy and one is not?

Do you think they have been in different environments?

What does a plant need to grow well?

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Unit 6A: Interdependence and adaptation

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Unit 6A: Interdependence and adaptation

Fertiliser

Added to soil to help plants grow

Nutrients

Essential foods needed by plants and animals

Producer

A living thing which produces its own food

Predator

An animal that kills and eats other animals

Prey

An animal that is eaten by a predator

Food Chain

A sequence of organisms in a feeding relationship

Key

Used to determine the identity of a plant or animal

Consumer

An animal that feeds on other living things

Suited

An animal or plant suited to its surroundings fits in well

Plant food

Liquid or pellets which provide plants with essential nutrients

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Unit 6A: Interdependence and adaptation

unit 6a growing healthy plants
Unit 6A: Growing Healthy Plants

What will happen to the unhealthy plant if it is put on the windowsill for a few days?

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Unit 6A: Growing Healthy Plants: L.O. 1, 2, 3, 4: N.C. 2.1b, 2.3a, 2.3b

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Unit 6A: Growing Healthy Plants

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Unit 6A: Growing Healthy Plants: L.O. 1, 2, 3, 4: N.C. 2.1b, 2.3a, 2.3b

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Unit 6A: Growing Healthy Plants

Healthy plants need water and sunlight

Sunlight is taken in by the leaves

Water is taken in by the roots

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Unit 6A: Growing Healthy Plants: L.O. 1, 2, 3, 4: N.C. 2.1b, 2.3a, 2.3b

unit 6a fertilisers
Unit 6A: Fertilisers

Plant nutrients

Plants take in nutrients along with the water they take in through the roots

How do animals get the nutrients they need into their systems?

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Unit 6A: Fertilisers: L.O. 5: N.C.

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Unit 6A: Interdependence

What is interdependence?

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Unit 6A: Interdependence: L.O. 7, 8: N.C.

unit 6a food chains
Unit 6A: Food Chains

Rosebush

Greenfly

Ladybird

Bird

3rd consumer

Producer

1st consumer

2nd consumer

Construct your own food chain using the following information:

Owls eat mice

Mice eat seeds, leaves and fruit

Foxes eat owls

Your chain must begin with the producer

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Unit 6A: L.O. 9,10

unit 6a soils
Unit 6A: Soils

Different soils are really important for the type of plants that can be grown in them.

You have 2 soil samples to look at.

Using a hand lense or a magnifying glass record as many things as you can about the soil.

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Unit 6A: L.O. 14,15

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Unit 6A: What are the soils good for?

Now you have studied both soils, what do you think each would be good for?

Things you will need to consider are:

Would water be able to drain out of the soil?

Do you think it would be a good environment for plants/animals to live?

You need to explain each of your answers in as much detail as possible.

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Unit 6A: L.O. 14,15

unit 6a different habitats
Unit 6A: Different Habitats

Woodland

Seashore

Wasteland

Riverbank

For each of the habitats what plants and animals would you expect to find?

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Unit 6A: L.O. 16, 17

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Unit 6A: Different animals, different habitats

Choose one of the animals above then answer the questions below in as much detail as possible.

What habitat does the animal live in?

Is it hot or cold?

Is there much vegetation in the habitat?

What special features help the animal survive in its habitat?

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Unit 6A: L.O. 16, 17

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Unit 6A: Food Chains

Construct as many food chains as you can from the animals and plants shown in the pictures

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Unit 6A: Keys: L.O. 6: N.C. 2.4a

unit 6a summary

Plants and animals rely on each other

Need light to grow

Air

Suited to habitat

Use

Water

Interdependence

Green plants

Light

Need leaves

Begin with plant (producer)

Food chains

Different animals

Differenthabitats

Soils and plants

Different plants in different soils

Different plants

Water and nutrients taken in through the roots

Suited to environment

Roots anchor the plants

Unit 6A: Summary

Interdependence and Adaptation

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Unit 6A: Summary