Life Science Plant Growth and Changes

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Plant Life Cycle,We are around plants and animals every day. What makes a plant different from an animal,Plants Animals. A Get energy from the ground Get energy from the sun. B Have seeds Have babies,C Find food to eat Make their own food. D Both can move around on their own, Justification There are many differences between plants and. Plants can make their own food while animals cannot Plants. absorb nutrients from the ground and get energy from sunlight to. breakdown the nutrients Animals get nutrients from eating plants. and other animals and their bodies break them down for energy. In order to reproduce plants produce seeds which then grow into. new plants Animals either lay eggs or carry their young inside. the body until they are ready to be born, Plants also have roots which limits their ability to move around.
Animals have the ability to move from one place to another. Which of the following is not a plant,A Moss B Mushroom. D Fern C Coniferous tree, Justification Mushrooms are fungi a close relative to plants. Fungi are different from plants because of the way they get. Plants photosynthesize making energy from the sun Fungi. do not photosynthesize Fungi get energy through, osmotrophy meaning they absorb nutrients from their. surroundings, Moss conifer trees and ferns are all plants that grow in British. Columbia rainforests It is interesting to see how plants can be. many different sizes and shapes,Extend Your Learning.
Making a Spore Print, Some mushroom spores are white others are yellow pink purple black or. brown See this for yourself make spore prints of different kinds of. 1 Take each mushroom and pull off the stem You will only use the cap. 2 Put the cap on a piece of paper with the gills resting face down on the. paper Use a half white half black piece of paper so you can see different. spore colours,3 Cover with a glass container, 4 In an hour or two lift up the glass and mushroom cap Enough spores will. have fallen on the paper to make a print, 5 If you spray the print with lacquer hairspray you can keep it as a record. Just as no two people have identical fingerprints no two species of. mushrooms have the same spore print,Plants III, Plants have many different parts All plants have roots a stem. and a combination of leaves flowers and seeds, Which diagram below correctly labels the roots stem leaves.
and flower on this plant dandelion,Flower Leaves Flower Leaves. Leaves Flower Stem Stem,Roots Roots Leaves Flower,Stem Stem Roots Roots. Justification All parts of the plant are labeled correctly in this. In general plant roots are always under the ground and the stem. is always above ground Both the stem and the root always have. a cap on the end of it For the stem this is often the leaves. flowers or seeds, Also although all plants have some combination of leaves. flowers and seeds they don t have to have all of them This plant. has all three but you cannot see the seeds They aren t visible to. the naked eye because they are too small The seeds are in the. flower The wind will blow them out of the flower When they land. in the grass they will grow into new plants,Extend Your Learning. Compare and Contrast,Plants and fungi have very,similar parts and structures.
Using what you know about,plants what can you guess Stem. about the parts of fungi,Plant s have basic needs that must. be met for them to grow,What are a plant s basic needs. A Sunlight and nutrients,B Sunlight nutrients air and water. C Sunlight air and water,D Sunlight air water nutrients and.
Justification Plants have four basic needs sunlight air water. and nutrients from the soil Plants do not need shelter. Plants must have all of their needs met in one spot since they. do not travel and they do not have the option to travel once they. have rooted down, Humans also have four basic needs which are slightly different. from plants Humans needs water air food and shelter. Humans unlike plants cannot withstand the elements and. seasons and need some sort of shelter Plants unlike humans. cannot move around to find food so they must be able to get. nutrients from their direct surroundings,Extend Your Learning. Online Activity,Title The Life Cycle of Plants,Plant Life Cycle V. Many organisms experience a life cycle a series of changes an. organism goes through in a life time, For example a plant s life cycles includes being a seed sprout. adult plant and flowering plant, Looking at the images below which does not have a life cycle.
A Flower B Tree C Soil D Beaver, Justification Only living organisms have a life cycle and soil. is not a living organism Soil is a mixture of organic matter. dead stuff and minerals that provide a habitat for other plants. to grow Therefore soil does not have a life cycle, All living organisms including all plants and animals have a. life cycle but the growth stages and the length of each stage. differ A flower and a tree are both plants and a beaver is an. Life Science Plant Growth and Changes Plant Life Cycle Science and Mathematics Education Research Group Supported by UBC Teaching and Learning Enhancement Fund 2012 2014 Department of Curriculum and Pedagogy a place of mind F A C U L T Y O F E D U C A T I O N

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