Unit 1. Plants
Blanca Fernández Martín
All living things have three
vital functions:
1. The characteristics of living things
Nutrition
Reproduction
Interaction
Vital functions
Nutrition
Vital functions
Interaction
Vital functions
Reproduction
→ Limited mobility
→ Make their own food
(photosyntesis)
→ They need: soil, water,
sunlight, minerals and air.
2. Characte...
1. They germinate
2. They grow
3. They reproduce
4. They die
Life Cycle of a plant
Parts of a plant
Leaves use the sunlight, carbon dioxide,
water and minerals to make nutrients.
Stems keep the plant uprig...
Flowering plants Non-Flowering plants
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PHOTOSYNTHESIS
3. Plants nutrition
RESPIRATION
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  1. 1. Unit 1. Plants Blanca Fernández Martín
  2. 2. All living things have three vital functions: 1. The characteristics of living things Nutrition Reproduction Interaction
  3. 3. Vital functions Nutrition
  4. 4. Vital functions Interaction
  5. 5. Vital functions Reproduction
  6. 6. → Limited mobility → Make their own food (photosyntesis) → They need: soil, water, sunlight, minerals and air. 2. Characteristics of plants
  7. 7. 1. They germinate 2. They grow 3. They reproduce 4. They die Life Cycle of a plant
  8. 8. Parts of a plant Leaves use the sunlight, carbon dioxide, water and minerals to make nutrients. Stems keep the plant upright and support it. Vessels carry water, minerals and nutrients to other parts of the plant. Roots are under the ground and hold the plant in the soil. They absorb water and minerals from the soil. Flowers are the reproductive part of a plant. Seeds are formed inside the flower. A new plant grows from the seeds.
  9. 9. Flowering plants Non-Flowering plants PLANTS
  10. 10. PHOTOSYNTHESIS 3. Plants nutrition RESPIRATION

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