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NATURAL SCIENCE: FUNGI AND PLANTS Number: Test 01

Last Name/First Name: Group: Date:


31.01.2011
Orthography: Sintax: Global:

1. Complete this picture indicating the main functions of the different parts of the plants. You can do it in Spanish.

2. Translate and complete this picture.

Green Plants make Food using sunlight

1. Green Plants use light to make food.


2. This takes place in green leaves
3. Chlorophyll in the green leaves uses light to change carbon dioxide gas and
water into food and oxygen,
3. Reproduce this picture in your notebook and answer the
following questions:
a) What is the pollen and where is it produced?
b) Where water and mineral salts are soaked up?
c) What are the functions of the stem?
d) Why do we say that leaves are necessary for nutrition?

3. Put the names of different parts of the flower and indicate the main functions of each.

4. How are spores different from seeds and what kind of plants produce them?
NATURAL SCIENCE: FUNGI AND PLANTS Number: Test 01
Last Name/First Name: Group: Date:
31.01.2011
Orthography: Sintax: Global:

1. Complete this picture indicating the main functions of the different parts of the plants. You can do it in Spanish.

2. Translate and complete this picture.

Green Plants make Food using sunlight

1. Green Plants use light to make food/Las plantas verdes usan la luz para fabricar
su alimento.
2. This takes place in green leaves/Esto ocurre en las hojas verdes.
3. Chlorophyll in the green leaves uses light to change carbon dioxide gas and
water into food and oxygen./La clorofila de las hojas verdes utiliza la luz para
cambiar el gas dioxide de carbono y el agua en alimento y oxígeno.
+ Steam

3. Put the names of different parts of the flower and indicate the main functions of each.

4. How are spores different from seeds and what kind of plants produce them?

Tanto las esporas como las semillas son el producto de los órganos reproductores de las
plantas. Las esporas son producidas por las plantas sencillas, sin flores (musgos y helechos),
mientras que las semillas son formadas por las plantas con flores y dispersadas por medio del
fruto.
Both the spores and seeds are the product of the reproductive organs of plants. The spores are
produced by simple plants, without flowers (mosses and ferns), while the seeds are formed by the
flowering plants and are dispersed by fruit.