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Grade 3 Botany
Grade 2 Botany
Photosynthesis is
  1. a plant that has green leaves or needles.
  2. a process plants use to make food and oxygen.
  3. a gas in the air.
  4. how plants give off carbon dioxide.
Grade 5 Botany
Grade 5 Botany
Which substance is produced by plants?
  1. soil
  2. water
  3. oxygen
  4. minerals
Grade 3 Botany
Grade 1 Botany
What are the parts of a plant?
  1. roots
  2. leaves
  3. stem
  4. food storage
Grade 2 Botany
What is photosynthesis?
  1. a plant that has green leaves or needles
  2. a process plants use to make food and oxygen
  3. a gas in the air
Grade 7 Botany
Photosynthesis is
  1. the green material in plants that traps energy from sunlight and uses it to break down water molecules into atoms of hydrogen and oxygen.
  2. the growth tissue that produces the xylem and phloem.
  3. the process by which green plants use chemicals from the environment and energy from the Sun to make their own food.
Grade 5 Botany
What makes plants green?
  1. chlorophyll
  2. carbon dioxide
  3. water
  4. iron
Grade 3 Botany
The parts of a plant that absorb water are called
  1. roots.
  2. leaves.
  3. nutrients.
  4. plants.
Grade 5 Botany
Carbon dioxide enters the leaves through the
  1. roots.
  2. stem.
  3. stomata.
  4. flowers.
Grade 3 Botany
To make food, a plant uses air, water, and
  1. soil.
  2. sunlight.
  3. oxygen.
  4. sugar.
Grade 3 Botany
A conifer's seeds are made inside a(n)
  1. cone.
  2. egg.
  3. flower.
  4. life cycle.
Grade 5 Botany
The green food factories of plants are
  1. chloroplasts.
  2. mitochondria.
  3. vacuoles.
  4. cytoplasm.
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