The Function of Plant Structures

Unit 2: Ecosystems
Lesson 13 of 28

Objective: SWBAT explain how plant substructures help plants get what they need to grow.

Big Idea: Students identify the functions of plant substructures and examine how these plant substructures help plants get what they need to grow. The class will also investigate what will happen if plants only have light, water, and/or air.

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Science, global warming, abiotic factors, ecosystem, plant needs, plant substructures, plant parts, plant system, function, decomposition, biotic
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