Timmy's Molecules to organis

Molecules to organisms

Goals for this unit:

1 Ican use a model to discribe that animals receive different types of information through their.senes, process the information in their brain, and responds to the information in different ways

2 I can construct an argument that plants and animals have internal and external structures that function to support survival growth behavior and reproduction

3 I can develop a model to describe that light reflecting from objects and entering the eye allows objects to be seen

Parts of plants

Leaves

Leaves help make food

Roots

Roots will take In the materials

Stem

The stem needs roots to stay it in place. And soil.

This is a car

Here's a fabulous kitchen

And last but not least a shopping kart

Roots have main jobs

Holds the plant in place with out roots mainly all the plants would be gone

Some roots have hairs

There are the womian kind of roots

Life cycle of plants

1. First, plants are seeds. Seeds have an outer covering called the seed coat. Seeds coats protects the seed. Inside the seed, there's extra food for the seed.

2. Next, germination happens. Germination is the process through which a seed sprouts into a new plant. The roots grow first,followed by the stem and leaves. The plant is now a seedling.

3. Finally, the plants become an adult plant. Some plants take days to mature, others take years. Once a plant is an adult, it makes its own seeds and the cycle starts over.

Credits:

Created with images by ARTchemist* (AWAY) - "pretty in blue" • Fresco Umbiatore - "Camaro" • WalkingGeek - "kitchen 8" • PublicDomainPictures - "cart buggy shopping"

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