22.214.171.124 Plant cells are eukaryotic cells that differ in several key aspects from the cells of other eukaryotic
2.1 plants get energy from the sun
2.1.1 In physics, energy is a property of objects which can be transferred to other objects or converted
into different forms, but cannot be created or destroyed.
126.96.36.199 In plants, these energy factories are called
chloroplasts. They collect energy from the sun and
use carbon dioxide and water in the process called
photosynthesis to produce sugars.
3 grow and develop
3.1 trees start as a seed
3.1.1 turn into a sapling
4.1 errestrial plants, anchored, by necessity, to their substrate, have limited mobility and few ways
in which they can respond to environmental stimuli
5 A prokaryote is a cell
without a nucleus and
eukaryotes are cells that
contain nuclei. ... All
Some eukaryotes are also
but every multi-celled
organism is eukaryotic.
6.2.1 Leaf pH is used as a biochemical plant functional trait. Variation here is attributed to either a species'
genetic makeup or phenotypic plasticity
7.2.1 Image result for Adaptationswww.tes.com Adaptations are the result of evolution.
188.8.131.52 adaptation can be structural, meaning it is a physical part of the organism. An adaptation can also
be behavioral, affecting the way an organism acts. An example of a structural adaptation is the way
some plants have adapted to life in the desert.