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The Morton Arboretum
Vocabulary Activity – Plant Structural Adaptations:
4th - 8th Grade Fill-in-the-Blank
Name:___________________________
Fill in the blanks with the following vocabulary words
Non-Vascular
Seed Dispersal
Tap Roots
Fibrous Roots
Vascular
1.
___________________ spread out in many directions and help hold soil in place.
2.
Plants with special tubes to carry water and nutrients to the leaves for photosynthesis
and food to the rest of the plant are ___________________.
3.
Some prairie plants have ___________________in order to reach water deep in the
soil.
4.
Plants are spread away from the parent plant by___________________possibly by
wind, water, animal transport or consumption.
5.
If a plant has no tubes for transporting sap, it is considered a
___________________.
The Morton Arboretum
Vocabulary Activity – Plant Structural Adaptations:
4th - 8th Grade Fill-in-the-Blank
Answers:
1. Fibrous roots spread out in many directions and help hold soil in place.
2. Plants with special tubes to carry water and nutrients to the leaves for
photosynthesis and food to the rest of the plant are vascular.
3. Some prairie plants have tap roots in order to reach water deep in the soil.
4. Plants are spread away from the parent plant through seed dispersal possibly by
wind, water, animal transport or consumption.
5. If a plant has no tubes for transporting sap, it is considered a non-vascular.