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5th Grade Topic 1 Question • Define xylem, phloem, and transpiration.
5th Grade Topic 1 Answer • Xylem-brings water and minerals through tubes in a vascular plant • Phloem-brings food through tube of a vascular plant. • Transpiration-The process where water is lost through the leaves to the atmosphere, pulling in more water and minerals through the roots Return
5th Grade Topic 2 Question • Define festination, pollination, and germination in detail.
5th Grade Topic 2 Answer • Pollination- This is the process where pollen from the anther falls on the stigma and then moves down the pistol. • Fertilization-This is the point when the female gamete(egg) meets the male gamete (sperm). • Germinations- This is the process when the seeds start to grow. We saw out lima and corn seeds germinate. Return
4th Grade Topic 3 Question • Define asexual, fertilizer, and gamete.
4th Grade Topic 3 Answer • Asexual- only one parent • Fertilizer-minerals you help plants grow such as nitrogen, potassium, and phosphorus • Gametes- sex cells such as egg and sperm. Return
4th Grade Topic 4 Question • Define monocot, dicot, and endosperm.
4th Grade Topic 4 Answer • Endosperm-holds the food for a seed. • Monocot-a seed with one cotyledon • Dicot- a seed with more than one cotyledon. Return
3rd Grade Topic 5 Question • Name all the inputs and outputs of photosynthesis. • Also explain how gases are taken into leaves.
3rd Grade Topic 5 Answer • Inputs-carbon dioxide and water • Outputs-oxygen and glucose • Carbon in taken in through the stoma. Water is taken in through the roots. Return
3rd Grade Topic 6 Question • Give examples of how plants pollinate? • How do plants attract these pollinators?
3rd Grade Topic 6 Answer • Plants pollinate by insects, birds, and the wind. The plants smell good, have nectar, and are colorful to attract pollinators.
2nd Grade Topic 7 Question • What part of the plant attracts the sun and is the green pigment that helps with photosynthesis? • What is the simple sugar that provides energy to plants?
2nd Grade Topic 7 Answer • Chlorophyll (green pigment) • Glucose (sugar) Return
2nd Grade Topic 8 Question • What part of the flower holds the egg? • What part of the flower holds the sperm? • What is the male reproductive part? • What is the female reproductive part?
2nd Grade Topic 8 Answer • Ovule-this is where the egg is housed • Anther-this is where the sperm is housed • Pistil-this is the female reproductive part. • Stamen-this is the male reproductive part. Return
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