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What will happen to a plant left in the dark?
It will grow green and healthily
It will turn yellow and spindly
It will go to sleep
What will happen to a plant that is left un-watered?
It will move to where there is water
It will grow well and healthily
It will wilt and eventually die
Which three things do plants need to make food?
Water, heat, oxygen
Water, carbon dioxide, sunlight
Water, sugar, air
The more water a plant is given, the better it will grow. Is this statement true or false?
It's impossible to say
The more warmth a plant is given, the better it will grow. Is this statement true or false?
Grass does not grow as quickly during the winter as it does during the summer. What could be a reason for this?
It's colder in the winter
It doesn't rain as much in the winter
The grass is sulking
What job does the stem of the plant NOT do?
Breathes for the plant
Holds the plant upright
Carries water and minerals up to the leaves
Why would keeping one plant in a fridge and one on a windowsill not be a fair test of how temperature affects the growth of plants?
Because it will be cold AND dark in the fridge
Because the plant in the fridge will have access to food
Because the temperature will be the same in both positions
Which part makes food for the plant?
What job do the roots of a plant NOT do?
Take up water and nutrients from the soil
Keep the plant steady and upright
Make food and send it out to the rest of the plant