Biology Getting to Know Plants Part 3 (Creepers, Climbers, Plant parts) Class 6 VI | Summary and Q&A

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Biology Getting to Know Plants Part 3 (Creepers, Climbers, Plant parts) Class 6 VI

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Learn about different types of plants including climbers, creepers, and upright plants, as well as the root and shoot systems.

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Questions & Answers

Q: What are some examples of climbers?

Climbing plants, such as the money plant and grape vine, have flexible stems that can climb over a support, like a rod or trellis.

Q: How do creepers grow?

Creeping plants, like pumpkin and watermelon, have stems that lie on the ground and move along it, spreading out and growing horizontally.

Q: What are the main parts of a plant's root system?

The root system primarily consists of roots, with primary roots branching into secondary roots, which further branch into tertiary roots and more.

Q: What are the different parts of the shoot system?

The shoot system includes the stem, leaves, flowers, fruits, and buds. These parts play various roles, such as supporting the plant, conducting photosynthesis, and reproduction.

Summary & Key Takeaways

  • There are different types of plants, including climbers (such as money plant and grape vine) that grow by climbing on a support, creepers (such as pumpkin and watermelon) that move along the ground, and upright plants.

  • Plants have two major segments: the root system (roots) and the shoot system (stem, leaves, flowers, fruits, and buds).

  • Different plants can have different types of roots and shoot system parts, with variations in structure and function.

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