Plant plumbing a book about roots and stems
Plant Plumbing: A Book about Roots and Stems by Susan Blackaby
Roots and Stems
Learn how plants store food during the winter and carry water up to the leaves through roots and stems. Convert currency. Add to Basket. Book Description Capstone Publishers. Condition: New. Brand New.
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While the illustrations of this book detract from its overall appeal, the content is excellent. The book's focus on roots and stems is an unusual approach. The author explains the role of roots and stems, the two types of roots, stems found both above and below ground, function of their structures and how both help plants survive. It also includes a depiction of a seed germinating and some simple experiments. Included at the back of the book are a few Web sites and four additional books to read on the subjects. Find this book and more at Amazon. Sustainable Agriculture.
Learn how plants store food during the winter and carry water up to the leaves through roots and stems. This is a Capstone Classroom Sole Source product. Only customers who are registered and logged in as a Capstone Classroom customer may add these items to their cart for purchase. Susan Blackaby started writing in Mrs. Nichols' third grade class at Green Gables. She didn't think of becoming a writer until she had tried a few other things, including goat milking and weaving.
Pick, Pull, Snap! The normal lifespan of plant cells is one to three years. There are two groups of roots; a taproot, one main root with lots of little secondary roots, and the fibrous roots, thin, shallow roots that are typical in grasses. Learn how plants store food during the winter and carry water up to the leaves through roots and stems. Cauliflower and broccoli plants produce flowers we like to eat. In plants grown from seed, the plant and root grow from separate parts.