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Plants are living organ isms that grow in a permant site and are able to make food.

Photosynthesis is the process by which plants use carbon dioxide, water and sunlight to make food


Coniferous are gymnosperms that have cones.

Plant and Animal Cell


Deciduous plants lose their leaves in fall and winter.


The Support system is composed of a shoot system and a root system. The root system is the part that is underground. It is used for anchorage of the plant and absorbtion of water and nutriens. The shoot system is part of the plant that is above ground. It provides support for the plant. The skeletal system in vertabrates contains many bones to provide structure. The reproductive system contains the female and male parts of a flower. Male: pollen, filaments, and the anther. Female: ovary, ovule, style, and the stigma. The reproductive system in vertabrates contains sperm cells and egg cells. The Vascular system of plants contains the xylem and phloem. The xylem conducts water and nutrients up through the roots. The phloem conducts food in the plant. The circulatory system in vertabrates contains arteries, veins, and capillaries to transport blood and nutrients around the body. Digestion in a vertabrate would be compared to photosynthesis in a plant.

Angiosperms &Gymnosperms

Angiosperms reproduce by having their seed in the ovary or fruit such as a peach tree. Gymnosperms reproduce by having their seeds in cones such as a pine tree.

Plant Systems

Perennial: Many seasons; Oak tree, Pine tree Bi-annual: lives for two seasons; parsely,carrotsAnnual: One season; watermelon, squash

Leaf Patterns

A botanist is someone who studies plant life. A famous botanist would be Charles Darwin. He made the theory of evoulution.

Plant adaptations: Plants over the years have adapted to their envirement. Such as producing cellulose in the cell walls to provide suppport and a cuticle to slow water loss.


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