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There are thousands of different species of plant on the planet. Some are extremely small and can hardly be seen by the naked eye and some are massive, even bigger than buildings. Most plants have certain things in common. They need water, air, and sunshine to grow. They can't move around. Their cell walls are made of cellulose, a very tough material. Plants grow nearly everywhere on earth, and lots grow in soil where they get their water and nutrients from. Some plants, however, don't need soil to grow and can grow just in water, on hard surfaces or even on other plants. There are two main groups of plants: vascular and nonvascular. Vascular have tissues called xylem and phloem and these carry nutrients and water around the plant. They also have roots, stems, and leaves. Nonvascular do not have these things and include mosses, liverworts, hornworts, and algae. Vascular plant generally reproduces using seeds and nonvascular with spores. Plants are vital for life on earth providing food and also oxygen. One of the largest plants on earth is a sea grass called Poseidon’s ribbon weed. It can clone itself and one specific plant has been known to stretch over 180 kilometers.

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  • What do plants take in from the soil?

    1) Nutrients
    2) Air
    3) Plastic
    4) Sunlight
  • How do animals help disperse seeds?

    1) By eating fruit and pooping out the seeds
    2) By throwing them around
    3) By planting them in the ground
    4) By giving them to other animals
  • What are plant cell walls made of?

    1) Cellulose
    2) Carbon
    3) Carrots
    4) Calcium
  • Which of these plants spread their seeds on water?

    1) Water lilies
    2) Dandilions
    3) Sunflowers
    4) Oak trees
  • Seed germination means?

    1) a shoot beginning to grow from a seed/spore
    2) leaves falling from a tree
    3) a plant dying
    4) a plant having too much water
  • Which part of a plant absorbs sunlight?

    1) The leaves
    2) The flower
    3) The roots
    4) The stem
  • What part of a plant helps keep it stable and takes up nutrients and water?

    1) The roots
    2) The stem
    3) The flower
    4) The leaves
  • How do vascular plants generally reproduce?

    1) With seeds
    2) With spores
    3) With roots
    4) With stems
  • Can plants move around?

    1) No
    2) Yes
  • Do all plants need to grow in soil?

    1) No
    2) Yes
  • Is moss a vascular plant?

    1) No
    2) Yes
  • Do all plants have the same shaped leaves?

    1) No
    2) Yes
  • Do all plants have flowers?

    1) No
    2) Yes
  • Can plants grow in the ocean?

    1) Yes
    2) No
  • Are trees plants?

    1) Yes
    2) No

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