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Hola Lucy! Ready for your quiz bowl tomorrow?
I am pretty confident about that, but I may need to get more information about plant structure and transport.
Let me help you with that! First, the plant roots anchor the plant and absorb water and nutrients from soil.
Oh, ok! I think I know that. What will happen next?
Next, one type of vascular tissue in plant stem, called the xylem, carries water and nutrients from the roots through the plant stem to the leaves.
Wow! I never knew plants structures were so complex! What do leaves do, then?
The leaves are responsible for photosynthesis. They take sunlight, CO2, and water to produce carbohydrates, the food for plants.
Ok. I am getting this now.
Another vascular tissue in the stem called phloem will carry the carbohydrates made in the leaves throughout the plant.
Got it! Now because water and nutrients have been transported throughout the plant, the plant can live and grow!
De nada. Good luck! Adios!
Now, I am ready for my quiz bowl tomorrow. Gracias!