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Biology! Plants: Transport, Reproduction, and Response

Biology! Plants: Transport, Reproduction, and Response
Biology! Plants: Transport, Reproduction, and Response
Biology! Plants: Transport, Reproduction, and Response
Biology! Plants: Transport, Reproduction, and Response
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This is a PowerPoint presentation that covers the plant transport, reproduction, and responses. This was originally developed for a 9th grade Biology class.

This PowerPoint includes:
Transporting Water: Cells
Transporting Water: Root pressure, Capillary Action, and Transpiration
Transporting Water: Controlling Transpiration
Transporting Sugar: Cells
Transporting Sugar: Source to Sink
Movement
Plant Reproduction
Asexual Reproduction: Rhizoids, Fragmentation, Plantlets,and Spores
Sexual Reproduction: Gymnosperms
Sexual Reproduction: Angiosperms
Seed Dormancy
Seed Germination
Plant Growth
Plant Responses: Hormones
Responses: External Factors
Responses: Tropism
Responses: Ethylene

All the slides already have transitions with keywords highlighted in different colors in order to draw student's attention.
This is a .ppt version of PowerPoint, not the .pptx in order to accommodate those who have older versions of Microsoft PowerPoint.
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Biology! Plants: Transport, Reproduction, and Response
Biology! Plants: Transport, Reproduction, and Response
Biology! Plants: Transport, Reproduction, and Response
Biology! Plants: Transport, Reproduction, and Response