FC: PLANTS!!! ^_^ | By: Anna, Rocky, and Amali
1: Roots | Roots absorb water and mineral nutrients, also function in the storage of organic materials. Taproot is a large central root from which much smaller roots branch like a carrot and radish. Fibrous a system made up of many roots that are about the same size like shrubs and grass. The hair on roots is a slender projections of the central membrane that have the ability to absorb water and mineral nutrients.
2: Stems | Stems support the leaves and house the tissue. Examples of specialized stems are cactus stems that store water and potatoes stems that store nutrients and for asexual reproduction.
3: Leaves | Primary photosynthetic organs of plants.
4: Cell Wall | The cell wall is the outer layer of a plant cell and It helps It protect its body from foreign objects, sort of like your skin. It takes in nutrients for the cell.
5: Central Vacuole | The plant vacuole stores food, water, and wastes. It gives support to soft structures, such as leaves.
6: Flowers | Angiosperms plants produce flowers. The outermost whorl consists of one or more sepals, which protect the flower when a bud
7: Non-vascular Plants Non-vascular plants is a general term for those plants without a vascular system (xylem and phloem). Non-vascular plants do not have a wide variety of specialized tissue.
8: Seedless Vascular Plants | -Vascular System. -Larger Sporophyte. -Drought Resistant Spores.
9: Gymnosperms | -They are seeds. -Also greatly Reduced Gametophytes. -They are spread around byWind Pollination
10: Angiosperms | Angiosperms can be varieties of flowers, the vegetables in our diet, and our hardwood trees.
11: What is Tropism? | Response in which a plant grows either away or toward a stimulus.
12: Phototropism | Response of a plant to the length of days and nights
13: Gravitropism | Growing away from pull of gravity
14: Thigmotropism | Response to touch
15: THE END! TADA!! WOOT!!! WOOT!!!!