1. What are the functions of the leaves?
The leaves exchange gases as well as are the site of photosynthesis.
2. What are the products of photosynthesis?
Glucose is the main product and oxygen is a by product.
3. Why is the elodea green?
The elodea have chloroplasts
4. What is the perfect flower?
Flowers that have both male and female parts.
5. What is the function of the stamen?
The stamen are the male parts and they produce pollen.
6. What does the ovary grow into after fertilization?
The ovary turns into a fruit
7. What is the difference between pollination and fertilization?
Pollination is transferring of pollen and fertilization is merging of pollen to the egg
8. Why does a seed have a cotyledon?
The cotyledon is the stored food because the seed cannot make its own yet.
Human Physiology Objectives:
1. How are tissues related to cells?
2. What are the functions of the skeletal system?
3. Which two systems work together to provide locomotion?
4. What function do the nutrients eggs, beef and yogurt have for the human body? WHY?
5. How does temperature affect the flexibility of the gummy worm?
6. Which nutrient gives us a quick source of energy?
7. What is the difference between absorption and digestion?
8. Where does digestion end, and why?
9. Why are the lungs part of the excretory system?
10. How does the digestive system work with the circulatory system?
11. How does the circulatory system work with the respiratory system?
12. How does the nervous system work with the muscular system?
1. How is it possible that a tree can grow 40 different fruit?
2. What is the difference between fission and budding?
3. Where does fertilization and development occur in Homo sapiens?
4. Name one advantage of internal fertilization.
5. What is a clone?
6. What type of reproduction increases survival?
7. What is the difference between complete and incomplete metamorphosis?
8. Where does external fertilization occur?
1. A tree can grow 40 different fruit if it has 40 different fruit branches grafted.
2. Fission is different because the offspring are identical sizes; whereas in budding the offspring grows off the parent therefore its smaller in size.
3. Fertilization and development occur internally in humans.
4. Internal fertilization protects the eggs.
5. A clone is an exact copy of the original organism.
6. Sexual reproduction will help the survival because there are variations.
7. Complete metamorphosis is more complex because it has more stages, larvae and pupa.
8. External fertilization occurs in the water.
1. How does the excretory system work with the respiratory system?
2. How does the nervous system work with the muscular system?
3. What does the endocrine system do?
4. How is the stem like the skeletal system?
5. What are the functions of the leaves?
6. What are the products of photosynthesis?
7. Why is the elodea green?
8. What is the perfect flower?
9. What is the function of the stamen?
10. What does the ovary grow into after fertilization?
11. What is the difference between pollination and fertilization?
12. Why does a seed have a cotyledon?