Plant anatomy

They are found in leaves of all plants. They surround the stomata.
Guard cells
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A plant uses these to absorb nutrients and water from the soil
Roots
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This is a pore which releases water from the leaves of a plant
Stomata
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Sunlight is absorbed through these
Chloroplasts
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Plants absorb this gas
Carbon dioxide
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The process where water is lost from a plant
Transpiration
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These cells create a straw like structure inside the plant, used to **** up water
Xylem cells
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Water + Carbon dioxide -> .............+ oxygen
Glucose
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Glucose is used to produce a substance which turns iodine dark blue when it is present
Starch
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A plant uses these to absorb nutrients and water from the soil

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Roots

Card 3

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This is a pore which releases water from the leaves of a plant

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Card 4

Front

Sunlight is absorbed through these

Back

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Card 5

Front

Plants absorb this gas

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