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  1. Build A Plant Lab Power Point For Pre-Lab What is the function of a root, stem and leaf in a plant? How are roots, stems and leaves adapted for the plant’s environment?

  2. Roots: Function A. Anchor plant in soil B. Absorb water and minerals C. Store sugars or water Examples of storage roots include: Carrots, turnips and sweet potatoes.

  3. Roots: Types of Roots • Taproot – the primary root becomes the largest root. • What is the advantage of having a tap root? • Fibrous Root – the primary root develops into numerous small roots and branches out. • What is the advantage of having a fibrous root?

  4. Roots: Types of Roots Continued • Adventitious Roots - specialized roots that grow from stems and leaves. • What is the advantage of having adventitious roots? • Ex: prop roots of corn

  5. Stem: Function A. Transportation – transport water and nutrients. • Xylem - transports water and nutrients from roots to leaves (upwards) • Phloem - conducts sugars from photosynthesis from leaves down through the plant B. Storage – store water and nutrients C. Support – leaves

  6. Stems: Xylem & Phloem

  7. Leaves: Function • Photosynthesis - leaves use light energy, carbon dioxide and water to make carbohydrates. B. Gas & Water Exchange - plants have stomata that open or close for gas and water exchange with the environment. Stomata

  8. Leaves: Adaptations Simple Leaf Thick Cuticle Compound Leaf Pine Needles Thin Cuticle

  9. Diversity of Plants How will you design your Plant? What role does the environment have on plant adaptations?

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