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Parts of a Plant. Fun with Plants – what do we know?. http://www.quia.com/rr/35661.html?AP_rand=1453461825. Roots. The root has the following jobs: 1. to grip tightly to the soil so the plant stays in place 2. to absorb the water and mineral nutrients from the soil 3. to store food

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    1. Parts of a Plant

    2. Fun with Plants – what do we know? • http://www.quia.com/rr/35661.html?AP_rand=1453461825

    3. Roots • The root has the following jobs: • 1. to grip tightly to the soil so the plant stays in place • 2. to absorb the water and mineral nutrients from the soil • 3. to store food • 4. in some non-flowering plants, it is part of reproduction

    4. Roots • There are two main types of roots • Tap roots • Fibrous roots • http://www.harcourtschool.com/activity/root/rootfac.html

    5. Stem • A plant’s stem has two basic functions: they support the leaves and they carry water and food from place to place inside the plant. • A tree’s trunk is a type of stem.

    6. Leaf • The leaf’s main job is to make food for the plant during photosynthesis. • A leaf uses carbon dioxide, water, nutrients, and sunlight to produce glucose, a type of sugar. This is called the “product”. • A by-product is oxygen and a little bit of water that leaves the leaf during transpiration.

    7. Flower, Fruit, and Seeds • The flower is where the reproduction of some plants happens (many plants do not use flowers to reproduce). • Once the flower is pollinated, it forms a fruit. A fruit is where the seeds are kept. Many times fruit helps in the spread of seeds. • The seed is the immature plant.

    8. Review • http://urbanext.illinois.edu/gpe/case1/c1m1a.html • http://www.ngfl-cymru.org.uk/vtc/20050225/Science/Keystage2/thinkings/partsofap/introduct/Mainsession.htm • http://www.ngfl-cymru.org.uk/vtc/20050225/Science/Keystage2/thinkings/partsofap/introduct/Plenary1.htm