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Plants Rock Song

Plants Rock Song. Here is a video I created for my 6th grade science students? to help them study.I hope you enjoy.Plants RockYeaWoooo!!!Let's Go!!!Plants rock they are all autotrophsEverybody produces their own foodAnd they are all eukaryotesEverybody consists of many cellsPlants rock they are all autotrophsEverybody produces their own foodAnd they are all eukaryotesWe just wanna see ya!Plant That!In the ground, plants rock, some are using seedsTo make more crops, vascular tissue moving food to spotsPhloem moves food, xylem water swapSeed parts, food coat, embryoWhen seed dispersal is the goalBy wind, water, animalsAnd shooting their seeds out the podsYo!!!Germination early stage embryoUsing stored food to grow when absorbing H2OAll plants rock yeah! Leaves have phloem and xylemIn the veins moving life to all of their plant limbsGymnosperm produces naked seedsCycads, Ginkgos, Gnetophytes, ConifersMost have cone structures to reproducePollen male to female pollinationAngiosperms have flowers and fruitsStamen to pistil fertilizationMonocots slender leaves flowers in threesDicots parts four or fivePlant That!!!Everyday I'm PlantingPlanting, PlantingWater evaporates from plant leaves going fastLarge area of the leaves exposed, transpirationRoots suck water upHold to the groundStems move water to leavesAnd hold them upMosses, liverwortsAnd hornwortsAll non-vascularClose to the groundSperm cell, egg cell join to form a zygoteThen the zygote develops into sporophytesNow it makes spores becoming gametophytesCell are produced, sperm and eggCycle starts over againZygoteSporophytesGametophytesZygoteSporophytesGametophytesZygoteSporophytesGametophytesCycle start over againOver againIt starts over (4x)Plants rock they are all autotrophsEverybody produces their own foodAnd they are all eukaryotesEverybody consists of many, many, many cellsOhhhhh!!!, Ohhhhh!!!, Ohhhhh!!!, Ohhhhh!!!
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