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Multiple chake Mews we womple the winter were the question 912 The diagram below shows a cross section of a plant tear CROSS SEC

Multiple chake
Mews we womple the winter
were the question
912
The diagram below shows a cross section of a plant tear
CROSS SECTION OF LEAF
Xylem Phloem
Cells of Pallsade Layer
Chloroplasts
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golong
Air Space
Cuticle
Cells of Spongy Layer
How does the structure marked contribute to the survival of the plant?
#mallows the intake of gases necessary for photosynthesis.
a mallows the intake of minerals necessary for plant growth
e tatlows the intake of sunlight necessary for ATP production
o hallows the intake of sugars necessary for plant reproduction
2 SC92.147
Some plants produce fluit which contains their seeds. How does producing fruit benefit
# The fruit keeps the seeds from being damaged when they fall fom the plant
Animals often carry the seeds away from the parent plant when they eat the fruit
e Mower seeds ger eaten by animals if they are hidden inside the fruit, where they
can't be seen
Seeds contained in fuit need the extra nutrients from the surrounding fruit to start
growing

Multiple chake Mews we womple the winter were the question 912 The diagram below shows a cross section of a plant tear CROSS SECTION OF LEAF Xylem Phloem Cells of Pallsade Layer Chloroplasts 000000000000 golong Air Space Cuticle Cells of Spongy Layer How does the structure marked contribute to the survival of the plant? #mallows the intake of gases necessary for photosynthesis. a mallows the intake of minerals necessary for plant growth e tatlows the intake of sunlight necessary for ATP production o hallows the intake of sugars necessary for plant reproduction 2 SC92.147 Some plants produce fluit which contains their seeds. How does producing fruit benefit # The fruit keeps the seeds from being damaged when they fall fom the plant Animals often carry the seeds away from the parent plant when they eat the fruit e Mower seeds ger eaten by animals if they are hidden inside the fruit, where they can't be seen Seeds contained in fuit need the extra nutrients from the surrounding fruit to start growing

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