nutrition in plants Crossword Puzzles

Nutrition in Plants 2016-02-29

Nutrition in Plants crossword puzzle
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  1. / Removal of starch
  2. / Many minute openings in lower epidermis
  3. / Provides a large surface area for maximum absorbtion of light (2 words)
  4. / Process in which light energy absorbed by chlorophyll is transformed into chemical energy
  5. / Lies just between the upper and lower epidermis
  6. / Simplest energy-rich organic molecules
  7. / Product of photosynthesis
  8. / Holds leaf in position to absorb maximum light energy
  9. / Transports water and mineral salts to mesophyll cells
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  1. / Other name of leaf blade
  2. / Has chemical formula CO2
  3. / Used in light energy to split water moleccules into O2 and hydrogen atoms
  4. / Has chemical formula H2O
  5. / Pigment in plants that absorbs sunlight
  6. / Simplest form of carbohydrates
  7. / Liquid to test whether starch is present or not
  8. / Waxy and transparent covering the outside of upper epidermis
  9. / Gas produced during photosynthesis
  10. / Energy essential for photosynthesis
  11. / Transports sugar away from leaf

20 Clues: / Removal of starch/ Other name of leaf blade/ Has chemical formula CO2/ Has chemical formula H2O/ Product of photosynthesis/ Simplest form of carbohydrates/ Transports sugar away from leaf/ Gas produced during photosynthesis/ Energy essential for photosynthesis/ Simplest energy-rich organic molecules/ Pigment in plants that absorbs sunlight...

~Nutrition In Plants~ 2016-04-27

~Nutrition In Plants~ crossword puzzle
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  1. Vessels which carry the food from the leaves to other parts of the plant.
  2. Protein is a great source of ______.
  3. The aqueous liquid found inside a chloroplast.
  4. The color of partial parasites are ______.
  5. Farmers add this to improve the growth of the plant.
  6. The green pigment needed for photosynthesis.
  7. The cells of green leaves and young stems of plants contain numerous green structures called _______.
  8. Organisms that are found near decayed organic matter.
  9. The only organism which can trap nitrogen.
  10. Fungi reproduce through ______.
  11. Lichen is an example of _______.
  12. A combination of components is called ______.
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  1. Fungi grow during warm and _______ weather.
  2. The end product of photosynthesis which is given out.
  3. The common name for Cuscuta.
  4. Plants that borrow nutrients from another plant.
  5. Plants that get nutrients by using ingenious methods.
  6. A stoma is surrounded by _______.
  7. The nitrogen-fixing bacteria are found in which type of plants?
  8. A grana is made up of a sack of _________.
  9. Alga is an/a _________.
  10. Oxygen is essential for photosynthesis.True or False?
  11. The ultimate source of energy.

23 Clues: Alga is an/a _________.The common name for Cuscuta.The ultimate source of energy.Fungi reproduce through ______.Lichen is an example of _______.A stoma is surrounded by _______.Protein is a great source of ______.The color of partial parasites are ______.A grana is made up of a sack of _________.The only organism which can trap nitrogen....

...NUTRITION IN PLANTS... 2016-04-27

...NUTRITION IN PLANTS... crossword puzzle
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  1. The color of partial parasites are ______.
  2. Fungi reproduce through ______.
  3. The only organism which can trap nitrogen.
  4. The ultimate source of energy.
  5. Alga is an/a _________.
  6. Organisms that are found near decayed organic matter.
  7. Oxygen is essential for photosynthesis.True or False?
  8. The cells of green leaves and young stems of plants contain numerous green structures called _______.
  9. A combination of components is called ______.
  10. Lichen is an example of _______.
  11. The end product of photosynthesis which is given out.
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  1. The common name for Cuscuta.
  2. The nitrogen-fixing bacteria are found in which type of plants?
  3. The aqueous liquid found inside a chloroplast.
  4. Protein is a great source of ______.
  5. Plants that get nutrients by using ingenious methods.
  6. Farmers add this to improve the growth of the plant.
  7. A stoma is surrounded by _______.
  8. Plants that borrow nutrients from another plant.
  9. Vessels which carry the food from the leaves to other parts of the plant.

20 Clues: Alga is an/a _________.The common name for Cuscuta.The ultimate source of energy.Fungi reproduce through ______.Lichen is an example of _______.A stoma is surrounded by _______.Protein is a great source of ______.The color of partial parasites are ______.The only organism which can trap nitrogen.A combination of components is called ______....

Nutrition in plants 2020-05-04

Nutrition in plants crossword puzzle
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  1. Small pores present on the leaf that participate in gas exchange and transpiration.
  2. The outer thin membrane of a cell.
  3. Pitcher plant is an ________ plant.
  4. An essential component of photosynthesis taken by the xylem vessels of the plant.
  5. A storage carbohydrate present in plants.
  6. Components of food required for carrying out different metabolic processes in an organism.
  7. The jelly like substance present between the nucleus and the outer membrane of a cell.
  8. Organisms that depend on other organisms for food.
  9. The ultimate and primary source of energy for all living organisms.
  10. An essential nutrient replenished in soil with the application of fertilizers.
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  1. A parasitic plant with yellow, slender and tubular stem.
  2. The process by which green plants synthesize their own food.
  3. Process of uptake of food and it's utilization by the body.
  4. A symbiotic relationship between an algae and fungi.
  5. The carbohydrate synthesized in plants as a result of photosynthesis.
  6. The essential byproduct of photosynthesis used by the living organisms for respiration.
  7. Organisms that can prepare their own food are known as________
  8. Basic structural and functional unit of a living organism.
  9. The green pigment present in leaves that captures sunlight.
  10. The gas required for the production of food in plants.
  11. Organisms growing on dead and decaying matter.
  12. A symbiotic bacteria present in the root nodules of leguminous plants.

22 Clues: The outer thin membrane of a cell.Pitcher plant is an ________ plant.A storage carbohydrate present in plants.Organisms growing on dead and decaying matter.Organisms that depend on other organisms for food.A symbiotic relationship between an algae and fungi.The gas required for the production of food in plants....

Nutrition in plants 2017-05-20

Nutrition in plants crossword puzzle
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  1. tiny pores underside of the leaves
  2. animals that depend on only plants
  3. taking in food by an organism and its utilization by the body
  4. plant from which parasite get its food
  5. vessels that transport water and minerals
  6. process of making food by the plants
  7. food synthesized during photosynthesis
  8. structures in cells that contain chlorophyll
  9. green pigment in plants
  10. plants that live on dead and decaying plants and animals
  11. green plants that prepare their own food
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  1. mutually beneficial relationship between two different kinds of organisms
  2. cells that control the opening and closing of stomata
  3. plants that are dependent on other plants for their food
  4. ultimate source of energy for all living organisms
  5. plants that consume insects
  6. increases the fertility of the soil
  7. animals and non-green plants that cannot prepare their own food
  8. bacteria that converts atmospheric nitrogen into water soluble compounds
  9. photo in photosynthesis refers to

20 Clues: plants that consume insectsgreen pigment in plantsphoto in photosynthesis refers toincreases the fertility of the soilprocess of making food by the plantsanimals that depend on only plantsgreen plants that prepare their own foodtiny pores underside of the leavesstructures in cells that contain chlorophyll...

NUTRITION IN PLANTS 2021-02-13

NUTRITION IN PLANTS crossword puzzle
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  1. act as a cofactor in chlorophyll synthesis
  2. Growing on other plants which are the host
  3. coenzyme in photosynthesis
  4. Consists of parenchyma cells
  5. important in the equilibrium of osmotic pressure
  6. form root hair cell
  7. Have suberin/lignin which form Casparian strip
  8. Carnivorous plant
  9. Part of the root connected to the base of the plant stem
  10. light brown or grey spots in between leaf veins
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  1. Do not harm the host
  2. act as a cofactor for enzyme
  3. leaves undergo chlorosis
  4. vitamin B constituents
  5. breakdown of urea
  6. Located at the tip of the root
  7. involve sucrose translocation
  8. involve in nitrogen fixation
  9. red spots on leaf surfaces
  10. involve in nitrogen metabolism and photosynthesis
  11. synthesis of auxin

21 Clues: breakdown of ureaCarnivorous plantsynthesis of auxinform root hair cellDo not harm the hostvitamin B constituentsleaves undergo chlorosiscoenzyme in photosynthesisred spots on leaf surfacesact as a cofactor for enzymeConsists of parenchyma cellsinvolve in nitrogen fixationinvolve sucrose translocationLocated at the tip of the root...

NUTRITION IN PLANTS 2013-04-03

NUTRITION IN PLANTS crossword puzzle
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  1. PARTIAL PARASITE
  2. MUTUALLY BENEFICIAL
  3. DEPEND ON PLANTS DIRECTLY OR INDIRECTLY FOR FOOD
  4. PREPARE THEIR OWN FOOD
  5. HEAVIEST FLOWER
  6. CONDUCT PREPARED FOOD
  7. DERIVE NUTRITION FROM A HOST
  8. SYMBIONTS
  9. VENUS FLY TRAP
  10. NONGREEN PLANTS
  11. CELLS - REGULATE OPENING & CLOSING OF PORES IN LEAVES
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  1. CONDUCT WATER & MINERALS
  2. GREEN PLANTS
  3. FEED ON DECOMPOSING ORGANIC MATTER
  4. PHOTOSYNTHETIC PIGMENT
  5. SITE OF PHOTOSYNTHESIS
  6. OPENING THROUGH WHICH EXCHANGE OF GASES OCCURS IN PLANTS
  7. INTAKE & USING FOOD
  8. TOTAL PARASITE
  9. ROOT NODULE

20 Clues: SYMBIONTSROOT NODULEGREEN PLANTSVENUS FLY TRAPTOTAL PARASITEHEAVIEST FLOWERNONGREEN PLANTSPARTIAL PARASITEMUTUALLY BENEFICIALINTAKE & USING FOODCONDUCT PREPARED FOODPHOTOSYNTHETIC PIGMENTSITE OF PHOTOSYNTHESISPREPARE THEIR OWN FOODCONDUCT WATER & MINERALSDERIVE NUTRITION FROM A HOSTFEED ON DECOMPOSING ORGANIC MATTER...

Nutrition In Plants 2016-04-27

Nutrition In Plants crossword puzzle
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  1. The ultimate source of energy.
  2. Oxygen is essential for photosynthesis.True or False?
  3. Alga is an/a _________.
  4. Farmers add this to improve the growth of the plant.
  5. Lichen is an example of _______.
  6. A grana is made up of a sack of _________.
  7. Plants that borrow nutrients from another plant.
  8. The cells of green leaves and young stems of plants contain numerous green structures called _______.
  9. The common name for Cuscuta.
  10. The only organism which can trap nitrogen.
  11. The green pigment needed for photosynthesis.
  12. The nitrogen-fixing bacteria are found in which type of plants?
  13. The color of partial parasites are ______.
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  1. A combination of components is called ______.
  2. Fungi reproduce through ______.
  3. A stoma is surrounded by _______.
  4. Fungi grow during warm and _______ weather.
  5. Protein is a great source of ______.
  6. Vessels which carry the food from the leaves to other parts of the plant.
  7. Plants that get nutrients by using ingenious methods.
  8. The aqueous liquid found inside a chloroplast.
  9. Organisms that are found near decayed organic matter.
  10. The end product of photosynthesis which is given out.

23 Clues: Alga is an/a _________.The common name for Cuscuta.The ultimate source of energy.Fungi reproduce through ______.Lichen is an example of _______.A stoma is surrounded by _______.Protein is a great source of ______.A grana is made up of a sack of _________.The only organism which can trap nitrogen.The color of partial parasites are ______....

~Nutrition In Plants~ 2016-04-27

~Nutrition In Plants~ crossword puzzle
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  1. The only organism which can trap nitrogen.
  2. The green pigment needed for photosynthesis.
  3. The ultimate source of energy.
  4. Organisms that are found near decayed organic matter.
  5. Vessels which carry the food from the leaves to other parts of the plant.
  6. Plants that get nutrients by using ingenious methods.
  7. Lichen is an example of _______.
  8. Protein is a great source of ______.
  9. The common name for Cuscuta.
  10. A combination of components is called ______.
  11. Oxygen is essential for photosynthesis.True or False?
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  1. Alga is an/a _________.
  2. The nitrogen-fixing bacteria are found in which type of plants?
  3. The cells of green leaves and young stems of plants contain numerous green structures called _______.
  4. Fungi reproduce through ______.
  5. Farmers add this to improve the growth of the plant.
  6. The end product of photosynthesis which is given out.
  7. A stoma is surrounded by _______.
  8. Plants that borrow nutrients from another plant.
  9. The aqueous liquid found inside a chloroplast.
  10. The color of partial parasites are ______.

21 Clues: Alga is an/a _________.The common name for Cuscuta.The ultimate source of energy.Fungi reproduce through ______.Lichen is an example of _______.A stoma is surrounded by _______.Protein is a great source of ______.The only organism which can trap nitrogen.The color of partial parasites are ______.The green pigment needed for photosynthesis....

NUTRITION IN PLANTS 2021-04-17

NUTRITION IN PLANTS crossword puzzle
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  1. Traps the energy of sunlight
  2. Element required by the plant to synthesise Protein
  3. Gas that is produced during photosynthesis
  4. The apex of the leaf in the pitcher plant
  5. Bacteria that converts atmospheric nitrogen into soluble form of Nitrogen
  6. An edible fungi
  7. Tiny pores present on the surface of the leaves
  8. Symbiotic plant
  9. Leguminous plant
  10. Kitchen of the plant
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  1. Organisms that derive its nutrition in solution form from dead and decaying matter
  2. Ultimate source of food
  3. Jelly like substance within the cell
  4. Water and minerals enters the leaf through these vessels
  5. Mode of taking food and its utilisation
  6. A parasitic plant
  7. Food produced by the leaf is ultimately stored as
  8. Slimy green patches on stagnant water bodies
  9. Tiny units of living organism

19 Clues: An edible fungiSymbiotic plantLeguminous plantA parasitic plantKitchen of the plantUltimate source of foodTraps the energy of sunlightTiny units of living organismJelly like substance within the cellMode of taking food and its utilisationThe apex of the leaf in the pitcher plantGas that is produced during photosynthesis...

NUTRITION IN PLANTS 2016-05-02

NUTRITION IN PLANTS crossword puzzle
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  1. SUBSTANCES.
  2. FOOD FROM THEM.
  3. THE CHLOROPLASTS ARE GREEN BECAUSE OF THE PRESENCE OF A
  4. ORGANISMS THAT DIRECTLY OR INDIRECTLY DEPEND ON GREEN PLANTS
  5. ORGANISMS THAT LIVE ON DEAD PLANTS AND ANIMALS AND DERIVE
  6. NUTRITION.
  7. THE MODE OF NUTRITION WHERE TWO DIFFERENT ORGANISMS WORK
  8. FOR THEIR MUTUAL BENEFITS.
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  1. THE PROCESS OF TAKING FOOD BY AN ORGANISMS AND ITS
  2. THE PROCESS OF WHICH PLANTS MAKE THEIR OWN FOOD USING
  3. THE PLANT FROM WHICH A PARASITES GETS ITS FOOD.
  4. ORGANISMS THAT CAN MAKE THEIR OWN FOOD FROM SIMPLE NON
  5. THEIR FOOD FROM THEM.
  6. ORGANISMS THAT LIVE IN OR ON OTHER LIVING ORGANISMS AND
  7. PLANTS THAT CANNOT MAKE THEIR OWN FOOD.
  8. AND WATER.
  9. PIGMENT.

17 Clues: PIGMENT.NUTRITION.AND WATER.SUBSTANCES.FOOD FROM THEM.THEIR FOOD FROM THEM.FOR THEIR MUTUAL BENEFITS.PLANTS THAT CANNOT MAKE THEIR OWN FOOD.THE PLANT FROM WHICH A PARASITES GETS ITS FOOD.THE PROCESS OF TAKING FOOD BY AN ORGANISMS AND ITSTHE PROCESS OF WHICH PLANTS MAKE THEIR OWN FOOD USINGORGANISMS THAT CAN MAKE THEIR OWN FOOD FROM SIMPLE NON...

NUTRITION IN PLANTS 2021-05-30

NUTRITION IN PLANTS crossword puzzle
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  1. It is required for the structure, function, and regulation of the body's cells, tissues, and organs.
  2. FLYTRAP When an insect sit on this plant it sticks with the plant
  3. The movement of water molecules from the region of higher water concentration to the region of lower water concentration through a semipermeable is
  4. Fungi and bacteria are known as
  5. It is a pigment present in all green plants and a few other organisms.
  6. The association in which two different types of organisms live and work together for their mutual benefits is called
  7. Tiny pores called
  8. It contain chlorophyll and make their own food. the fungi share the food made by the
  9. The mode of nutrition in which some plants live in or on the body of other living organisms and derive their ready made food from them is
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  1. insect eating plants
  2. It can be also known as ("other nutrition")
  3. It is also known as ("self nutrition")
  4. REID BARNES The term photosynthesis was given by him in 1893
  5. The leaves of a plant are green because they contain tiny, green coloured bodies called
  6. It is the process of taking food by an organismand it's digestion,absorption and utilisation by the body.\
  7. The process by which green leaves prepare their own food by using carbon dioxide and water in the presence of sunlight and chlorophyll is called
  8. CELLS Stomata are present on the underside of the leaves. these pores are surrounded by

17 Clues: Tiny pores calledinsect eating plantsFungi and bacteria are known asIt is also known as ("self nutrition")It can be also known as ("other nutrition")REID BARNES The term photosynthesis was given by him in 1893FLYTRAP When an insect sit on this plant it sticks with the plantIt is a pigment present in all green plants and a few other organisms....

NUTRITION IN PLANTS 2016-05-02

NUTRITION IN PLANTS crossword puzzle
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  1. SUBSTANCES.
  2. FOOD FROM THEM.
  3. THE CHLOROPLASTS ARE GREEN BECAUSE OF THE PRESENCE OF A
  4. ORGANISMS THAT DIRECTLY OR INDIRECTLY DEPEND ON GREEN PLANTS
  5. ORGANISMS THAT LIVE ON DEAD PLANTS AND ANIMALS AND DERIVE
  6. NUTRITION.
  7. THE MODE OF NUTRITION WHERE TWO DIFFERENT ORGANISMS WORK
  8. FOR THEIR MUTUAL BENEFITS.
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  1. THE PROCESS OF TAKING FOOD BY AN ORGANISMS AND ITS
  2. THE PROCESS OF WHICH PLANTS MAKE THEIR OWN FOOD USING
  3. THE PLANT FROM WHICH A PARASITES GETS ITS FOOD.
  4. ORGANISMS THAT CAN MAKE THEIR OWN FOOD FROM SIMPLE NON
  5. THEIR FOOD FROM THEM.
  6. ORGANISMS THAT LIVE IN OR ON OTHER LIVING ORGANISMS AND
  7. PLANTS THAT CANNOT MAKE THEIR OWN FOOD.
  8. AND WATER.
  9. PIGMENT.

17 Clues: PIGMENT.NUTRITION.AND WATER.SUBSTANCES.FOOD FROM THEM.THEIR FOOD FROM THEM.FOR THEIR MUTUAL BENEFITS.PLANTS THAT CANNOT MAKE THEIR OWN FOOD.THE PLANT FROM WHICH A PARASITES GETS ITS FOOD.THE PROCESS OF TAKING FOOD BY AN ORGANISMS AND ITSTHE PROCESS OF WHICH PLANTS MAKE THEIR OWN FOOD USINGORGANISMS THAT CAN MAKE THEIR OWN FOOD FROM SIMPLE NON...

Nutrition in plants 2016-04-20

Nutrition in plants crossword puzzle
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  1. organisms that live in or on other living organisms and
  2. the cells of green leaves and young stems of plants
  3. organisms that directly or indirectly depend on green
  4. by the body.
  5. living substances.
  6. the plant from which a parasite get its food.
  7. organisms that live on dead plants and animals and
  8. the mode of nutrition where two different organisms
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  1. numerous green structures.
  2. for nutrition.
  3. cells which control the opening and closing of stomata.
  4. the process by which plants prepare their own
  5. their food from them.
  6. organisms that can make their own food from simple
  7. by using sunlight,water,carbondioxide,and chlorophyll.
  8. the process of taking in food by an organism and its
  9. together for their mutual benefit.

17 Clues: by the body.for nutrition.living substances.their food from them.numerous green structures.together for their mutual benefit.the process by which plants prepare their ownthe plant from which a parasite get its food.organisms that can make their own food from simpleorganisms that live on dead plants and animals and...

NUTRITION IN PLANTS 2017-05-16

NUTRITION IN PLANTS crossword puzzle
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  1. IT HELPS IN THE TRANSPORTATION OF CARBOHYDRATES.
  2. ORGANISMS THAT CAN PREPARE THEIR OWN FOOD.
  3. THE PLANTS FROM WHICH THE PARASITES GET FOOD.
  4. THE MODE OF TAKING IN FOOD BY AN ORGANISM AND ITS
  5. FOOD MAKING PROCESS OF THE PLANT.
  6. OF WATER AND SOLUBLE NUTRIENTS.
  7. ORGANISMS THAT DEPEND ON DEAD OR DECAYED MATTER FOR
  8. GREEN PIGMENT IN PLANTS.
  9. IN THE BODY IS CALLED NUTRITION.
  10. THE COMPONENTS OF FOOD LIKE CARBOHYDRATES,FATS,
  11. RELATIONSHIP SHARING OF SHELTER AND NUTRIENTS
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  1. ORGANISMS THAT DEPEND ON OTHERS FOR FOOD.
  2. AND MINERALS.
  3. SMALL OPENINGS OR TINY PORES UNDER THE LEAVES.
  4. PLANTS THE PLANTS THAT DEPEND ON INSECT FOR FOOD.
  5. THE PIPE LIKE STRUCTURE WHICH HELPS IN THE

16 Clues: AND MINERALS.GREEN PIGMENT IN PLANTS.OF WATER AND SOLUBLE NUTRIENTS.IN THE BODY IS CALLED NUTRITION.FOOD MAKING PROCESS OF THE PLANT.ORGANISMS THAT DEPEND ON OTHERS FOR FOOD.ORGANISMS THAT CAN PREPARE THEIR OWN FOOD.THE PIPE LIKE STRUCTURE WHICH HELPS IN THETHE PLANTS FROM WHICH THE PARASITES GET FOOD.SMALL OPENINGS OR TINY PORES UNDER THE LEAVES....

nutrition in plants 2016-04-19

nutrition  in plants crossword puzzle
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  1. insectivorous plant
  2. these are heterotrophs
  3. the type of nutrition in which animals and non-green plants depend on green plants
  4. the type of nutrition in which green plants prepare their own food
  5. plants that grow on dead and decaying matter
  6. ultimate source of energy
  7. tiny pores on the underside of a leaf
  8. the cells which guard a stoma
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  1. a byproduct of photosynthesis
  2. plants that grow in a mutually beneficial relationship between plants
  3. cells of green leaves contain this
  4. this is a green pigment
  5. the process in which green plants prepare their own food
  6. this bacteria can convert nitrogen into water soluble compounds
  7. one of the of replenishing the soil
  8. parasitic plant

16 Clues: parasitic plantinsectivorous plantthese are heterotrophsthis is a green pigmentultimate source of energya byproduct of photosynthesisthe cells which guard a stomacells of green leaves contain thisone of the of replenishing the soiltiny pores on the underside of a leafplants that grow on dead and decaying matter...

NUTRITION IN PLANTS 2017-05-06

NUTRITION IN PLANTS crossword puzzle
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  1. The symbiotic relation between fungus and algae is visible in _____________
  2. The opening and closing of stomata are controlled by _____
  3. The process of taking in food by an organism and its utilization by the body
  4. Organisms that directly or indirectly depend on green plants for nutrition
  5. The green structures in plant cells
  6. The balance between oxygen and carbon di oxide is maintained in the atmosphere by ______
  7. The mode of nutrition where two different organisms work together for their mutual benefit
  8. Organisms that make their own food from simple non-living substances
  9. The tiny pores in the leaves
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  1. Pipe like structures that transport water and minerals in leaves
  2. Pulses are called leguminous plants
  3. The chloroplasts are green because of the presence of this substance
  4. ____________ converts atmospheric nitrogen into soluble from that can be absorbed by plants
  5. An example of a saprophyte
  6. Organisms that live on dead plants and animals and derive their food from them
  7. Organisms that live in or on another living thing

16 Clues: An example of a saprophyteThe tiny pores in the leavesPulses are called leguminous plantsThe green structures in plant cellsOrganisms that live in or on another living thingThe opening and closing of stomata are controlled by _____Pipe like structures that transport water and minerals in leaves...

NUTRITION IN PLANTS 2016-05-27

NUTRITION IN PLANTS crossword puzzle
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  1. A NUTRIENT PRESENT IN THE MANURES AND FERTILIZERS WITH THE SYMBOL P.
  2. A PLANT SYNTHESIZES THIS DURING PHOTOSYNTHESIS.
  3. A PLANT ON WHICH MISTLETOE GROWS.
  4. ROOT LIKE STRUCTURES USED BY PARASITES.
  5. SOIL WHERE VENUS FLYTRAP AND PITCHER PLANT GROW.
  6. A LIMITING FACTOR FOR PHOTOSYNTHESIS.
  7. A METHOD OF OBTAINING ENERGY IN PLANTS
  8. EG:COLEUS AND CROTON.
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  1. ANOTHER NAME OF CUSCUTA.
  2. ABSORBS CARBON DIOXIDE.
  3. A FLUID MATRIX IN THE CHLOROPLAST.
  4. A SUPPORT PLANTS DEVELOP WHEN THEY DROOP.
  5. A PIPE LIKE STRUCTURE THAT TRANSPORTS FOOD MADE IN THE LEAFS.
  6. PROTEINS CONTAIN THIS.
  7. EACH PLANT HAS THIS AROUND IT.
  8. IT HELPS TO DISSOLVE CHLOROPHYLL IN LEAVES.

16 Clues: EG:COLEUS AND CROTON.PROTEINS CONTAIN THIS.ABSORBS CARBON DIOXIDE.ANOTHER NAME OF CUSCUTA.EACH PLANT HAS THIS AROUND IT.A PLANT ON WHICH MISTLETOE GROWS.A FLUID MATRIX IN THE CHLOROPLAST.A LIMITING FACTOR FOR PHOTOSYNTHESIS.A METHOD OF OBTAINING ENERGY IN PLANTSROOT LIKE STRUCTURES USED BY PARASITES.A SUPPORT PLANTS DEVELOP WHEN THEY DROOP....

NUTRITION IN PLANTS 2017-05-16

NUTRITION IN PLANTS crossword puzzle
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  1. ORGANISMS THAT DEPEND ON DEAD OR DECAYED MATTER FOR
  2. OF WATER AND SOLUBLE NUTRIENTS.
  3. ORGANISMS THAT CAN PREPARE THEIR OWN FOOD.
  4. IN THE BODY IS CALLED NUTRITION.
  5. FOOD MAKING PROCESS OF THE PLANT.
  6. THE PIPE LIKE STRUCTURE WHICH HELPS IN THE
  7. THE COMPONENTS OF FOOD LIKE CARBOHYDRATES,FATS,
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  1. SMALL OPENINGS OR TINY PORES UNDER THE LEAVES.
  2. ORGANISMS THAT DEPEND ON OTHERS FOR FOOD.
  3. THE PLANTS FROM WHICH THE PARASITES GET FOOD.
  4. PLANTS THE PLANTS THAT DEPEND ON INSECT FOR FOOD.
  5. AND MINERALS.
  6. GREEN PIGMENT IN PLANTS.
  7. THE MODE OF TAKING IN FOOD BY AN ORGANISM AND ITS
  8. IT HELPS IN THE TRANSPORTATION OF CARBOHYDRATES.
  9. RELATIONSHIP SHARING OF SHELTER AND NUTRIENTS

16 Clues: AND MINERALS.GREEN PIGMENT IN PLANTS.OF WATER AND SOLUBLE NUTRIENTS.IN THE BODY IS CALLED NUTRITION.FOOD MAKING PROCESS OF THE PLANT.ORGANISMS THAT DEPEND ON OTHERS FOR FOOD.ORGANISMS THAT CAN PREPARE THEIR OWN FOOD.THE PIPE LIKE STRUCTURE WHICH HELPS IN THETHE PLANTS FROM WHICH THE PARASITES GET FOOD.SMALL OPENINGS OR TINY PORES UNDER THE LEAVES....

Nutrition in Plants 2021-06-08

Nutrition in Plants crossword puzzle
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  1. mode of nutrition in animals
  2. a pigment that makes leaves green
  3. the relationship between plants when they live together and provide nutrition and shelter to each other
  4. an example of a parasite
  5. fungi use the saprotrophic mode of nutrition and thus called
  6. the ultimate source of energy for all living organisms
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  1. mode of nutrition in plants
  2. process used by plants to make their food
  3. an example of insectivorous plants
  4. carbon dioxide enters plats through pores called
  5. a bacteria that provides nitrogen to leguminous plants
  6. plants release a gas during photosynthesis

12 Clues: an example of a parasitemode of nutrition in plantsmode of nutrition in animalsa pigment that makes leaves greenan example of insectivorous plantsprocess used by plants to make their foodplants release a gas during photosynthesiscarbon dioxide enters plats through pores calleda bacteria that provides nitrogen to leguminous plants...

Nutrition in Plants 2017-05-12

Nutrition in Plants crossword puzzle
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  1. Rita does not make her own food she orders her food from a hotel. How is it related to plants?
  2. I went to my guest house and they gave me food what does this make me?
  3. According to sources the Chinese eat insects as delicacies what kind of plant do they represent?
  4. Spores of_____________ are always floating around in air.
  5. Vultures feed on dead matter which mode of nutrition is this for plants?
  6. When we feel hungry our parents cook food for us. Who cooks food for leaves?
  7. A bacteria that converts nitrogen gas into water soluble components
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  1. Plumbers fix pipes. Are there any pipes in plants? If yes name it.
  2. Name the chemical formula for KOH
  3. Emma makes her food using a solar cooker. Which process of plants is related with this?
  4. What substance dissolves chlorophyll?
  5. Lola ran a marathon. She needs to replenish her energy. How will she do it?
  6. What is the ultimate source of energy for all living organisms?
  7. What are the rigid fibres which can support the weight of the big branches?
  8. Riya has a nose block which component of air is she not able take in

15 Clues: Name the chemical formula for KOHWhat substance dissolves chlorophyll?Spores of_____________ are always floating around in air.What is the ultimate source of energy for all living organisms?Plumbers fix pipes. Are there any pipes in plants? If yes name it.A bacteria that converts nitrogen gas into water soluble components...

Nutrition in plants 2017-05-06

Nutrition in plants crossword puzzle
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  1. presence of green pigment is called
  2. take in carbon dioxide from the air through tiny pores
  3. Large marsupial
  4. of food occur in the presence of sunlight
  5. of getting nutrients from dead and decaying matter in the form of liquid
  6. Has a trunk
  7. bacteria which can take atmospheric nitrogen and convey it into a soluble
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  1. of nutrition where green plants make food themselves from simple substances
  2. of taking in food by an organism and its utilization by the body
  3. flytrap is an
  4. Man's best friend
  5. Flying mammal
  6. Likes to chase mice
  7. and non-green plants are known as
  8. are surrounded by

15 Clues: Has a trunkflytrap is anFlying mammalLarge marsupialMan's best friendare surrounded byLikes to chase miceand non-green plants are known aspresence of green pigment is calledof food occur in the presence of sunlighttake in carbon dioxide from the air through tiny poresof taking in food by an organism and its utilization by the body...

NUTRITION IN PLANTS 2016-04-26

NUTRITION IN PLANTS crossword puzzle
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  1. another name for dodder
  2. an example of partial parasite
  3. structures containing chlorophyll
  4. disc-like shaped structures found in chloroplasts
  5. the tiny pores found underside a leaf
  6. meaning of the word 'Auto'
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  1. the bacteria that turns atmospheric nitrogen into water soluble compunds
  2. the form food stored by autotrophs in leaves,stems,branches etc
  3. the colour starch turns when mixed with iodine
  4. conducting tissue transporting the food manufactured to others parts of the plant
  5. cells that control opening and closing of stomata
  6. another name for saprotrophs
  7. the aqueous liquid that keeps the grana together
  8. the stacks of thylakoid
  9. conducting tissue transporting water and minerals from roots to other parts of plant

15 Clues: another name for dodderthe stacks of thylakoidmeaning of the word 'Auto'another name for saprotrophsan example of partial parasitestructures containing chlorophyllthe tiny pores found underside a leafthe colour starch turns when mixed with iodinethe aqueous liquid that keeps the grana togethercells that control opening and closing of stomata...

nutrition in plants 2017-05-03

nutrition in plants crossword puzzle
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  1. process by which grams,peas etc are grown alternate
  2. own food.
  3. NUTRITION nutrition in which organisms can prepare
  4. convert the soil rich in nitrogen
  5. the under surface of the leaves
  6. Food making process in plants
  7. The components of food like carbohydrates, fats, proteins
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  1. nutrition in which organisms get their food
  2. are small openings or pores usually
  3. relationship Some plants live together and
  4. and minerals are called
  5. their own food.
  6. Some plants which mostly do not have chlorophyll and cannot
  7. or indirectly from other organisms or dead organic matter.
  8. shelter and nutrients.

15 Clues: own food.their own food.shelter and nutrients.and minerals are calledFood making process in plantsthe under surface of the leavesconvert the soil rich in nitrogenare small openings or pores usuallyrelationship Some plants live together andnutrition in which organisms get their foodNUTRITION nutrition in which organisms can prepare...

NUTRITION IN PLANTS 2016-04-26

NUTRITION IN PLANTS crossword puzzle
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  1. conducting tissue transporting the food manufactured to others parts of the plant
  2. the colour starch turns when mixed with iodine
  3. another name for saprotrophs
  4. the aqueous liquid that keeps the grana together
  5. an example of partial parasite
  6. another name for dodder
  7. the form food stored by autotrophs in leaves,stems,branches etc
Down
  1. the bacteria that turns atmospheric nitrogen into water soluble compunds
  2. meaning of the word 'Auto'
  3. disc-like shaped structures found in chloroplasts
  4. structures containing chlorophyll
  5. cells that control opening and closing of stomata
  6. conducting tissue transporting water and minerals from roots to other parts of plant
  7. the tiny pores found underside a leaf
  8. the stacks of thylakoid

15 Clues: another name for dodderthe stacks of thylakoidmeaning of the word 'Auto'another name for saprotrophsan example of partial parasitestructures containing chlorophyllthe tiny pores found underside a leafthe colour starch turns when mixed with iodinethe aqueous liquid that keeps the grana togetherdisc-like shaped structures found in chloroplasts...

NUTRITION IN PLANTS 2017-09-12

NUTRITION IN PLANTS crossword puzzle
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  1. THE CHLOROPLASTS ARE GREEN BECAUSE OF THE PRESENCE OF A GREEN PIGMENT.
  2. PLANTS THAT CATCH INSECTS AS THEIR FOOD.
  3. THE CELLS OF GREEN LEAVES AND YOUNG STEMS OF PLANTS CONTAIN NUMEROUS GREEN STRUCTURES.
  4. CONVERTS ATMOSPHERIC NITROGEN INTO SOLUBLE FORM THAT THE PLANTS CAN ABSORB.
  5. THE METHOD OF GETTING NUTRIENTS FROM DEAD AND DECAYING MATTER IN THE FORM OF A LIQUID.
  6. SOME NON GREEN PLANTS LIVE IN OR ON OTHER LIVING ORGANISMS AND DERIVE THEIR FOOD FROM THEM.
  7. THE PROCESS OF TAKING IN FOOD BY AN ORGANISM AND IT'S UTILIZATION BY THE BODY.
  8. THE LEAVES TAKE IN CARBONDOXIDE FROM THE AIR THROUGH TINY PORES.
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  1. SOME PARASITIC PLANTS HAVE GREEN LEAVES AND CAN SYNTHESIZE THEIR FOOD.THEY TAKE WATER AND MINERALS FROM THE HOST PLANTS.
  2. THE WATER AND MINERALS ABSORBED BY PLANTS ARE TRANSPORTED TO LEAVES THRUOGH THESE PIPES.
  3. ANIMALS AND NON-GREEN PLANTS DEPEND DIRECTLY OR INDIRECTLY ON GREEN PLANTS FOR THEIR NUTRITION.
  4. IT SURROUNDS THE STOMATA AND IT ALSO CONTROLS THE OPENING AND CLOSING OF THE STOMATA.
  5. MUTUAL BENEFICIAL RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN TWO DIFFERENT KINDS OF ORGANISMS.
  6. MODE OF NUTRITION WHERE GREEN PLANTS MAKE FOOD THEMSELVES FROM SIMPLE SUBSTANCES.
  7. THE PLANT FROM WHICH A PARASITE GET IT'S FOOD .

15 Clues: PLANTS THAT CATCH INSECTS AS THEIR FOOD.THE PLANT FROM WHICH A PARASITE GET IT'S FOOD .THE LEAVES TAKE IN CARBONDOXIDE FROM THE AIR THROUGH TINY PORES.THE CHLOROPLASTS ARE GREEN BECAUSE OF THE PRESENCE OF A GREEN PIGMENT.MUTUAL BENEFICIAL RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN TWO DIFFERENT KINDS OF ORGANISMS....

nutrition in plants 2017-04-30

nutrition in plants crossword puzzle
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  1. the structures in cells that contain chlorophyll is called
  2. type of bacteria which converts atmospheric nitrogen into water-soluble compounds .
  3. the components of food such as fats , carbohydrates , proteins , vitamins and minerals are nutrients
  4. nutrition nutrition where plants directly or indirectly get food by dead or decaying matter
  5. provide food to carry out life processes
  6. the mode of nutrition where 2 different organisms work together for their mutual benefit
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  1. organisms that live in or on other living organisms and derive their food from them
  2. organisms that live on dead plants and animals and derive their food from them
  3. plants plants that catch insects by ingenious methods are known as
  4. leaves take in carbon dioxide from air through tiny pores on the bottom of the leaf called
  5. nutrition nutrition where plants prepare food by themselves
  6. ------ is a saprophyte

12 Clues: ------ is a saprophyteprovide food to carry out life processesthe structures in cells that contain chlorophyll is callednutrition nutrition where plants prepare food by themselvesplants plants that catch insects by ingenious methods are known asorganisms that live on dead plants and animals and derive their food from them...

nutrition in plants 2017-05-17

nutrition in plants crossword puzzle
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  1. nutrition / greens plants make their own food
  2. nutrition / animals and non-green plants depend directly or indirectly on plants for their nutrition
  3. / process of making food by the plant
  4. / the cells of green leaves and young stems of plants contain numerous green structures called
  5. / non-green plants that derive food from other living organisms
  6. / the water and minerals absorbed by the plants , transported to leaves trough pipe like-structures
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  1. / the plant from which a which a parasite gets its food from
  2. plants / non-green plants that uses ingenious methods to catch its prey
  3. cells / control of opening and closing of the stomata
  4. / organisms that derive food from dead and decaying matter
  5. nutrition / mutual beneficial relationship between two organisms
  6. / green pigment in plants

12 Clues: / green pigment in plants/ process of making food by the plantnutrition / greens plants make their own foodcells / control of opening and closing of the stomata/ organisms that derive food from dead and decaying matter/ the plant from which a which a parasite gets its food from...

NUTRITION IN PLANTS 2016-04-20

NUTRITION IN PLANTS crossword puzzle
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  1. grows in humid weather
  2. live in or on other organisms
  3. fungi
  4. plants that consume insects
  5. self feeding
  6. all living organisms require
  7. bacteria
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  1. mutually beneficial relationship
  2. provide nutrition
  3. animals and non green plants
  4. added to plants
  5. cells that control opening and closing of stomata
  6. hair present in roots
  7. solution results to blue black

14 Clues: fungibacteriaself feedingadded to plantsprovide nutritionhair present in rootsgrows in humid weatherplants that consume insectsanimals and non green plantsall living organisms requirelive in or on other organismssolution results to blue blackmutually beneficial relationshipcells that control opening and closing of stomata

nutrition in plants 2017-05-20

nutrition in plants crossword puzzle
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  1. photo = ________ synthesis = combination of components
  2. the plant from which the parasites get its food
  3. component of food made of carbon,hydrogen and oxygen
  4. transports water, minerals etc from root to different parts of the plant.
  5. bacteria that converts atmospheric nitrogen into water soluble compunds.
  6. auto=_________ trophism =feeding
  7. solution used to test for starch
  8. ultimate source of energy for all living organisms
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  1. _________ is converted into starch
  2. component of food that contains nitrogen
  3. helps to keep the plant rigid and upright
  4. energy of food is obtained by nutrition and __________
  5. ___________ is released during photosynthesis
  6. _______ of pitcher plant is modified into a trap

14 Clues: auto=_________ trophism =feedingsolution used to test for starch_________ is converted into starchcomponent of food that contains nitrogenhelps to keep the plant rigid and upright___________ is released during photosynthesisthe plant from which the parasites get its food_______ of pitcher plant is modified into a trap...

nutrition in plants 2017-05-04

nutrition in plants crossword puzzle
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  1. called ___________
  2. green structures called _________
  3. is called _____
  4. fungi and bacteria that use this mode of saprotrophic
  5. Venus flytrap catch insect by ingenious methods . they are known as
  6. the cells of green plants and young stems of plants contain
  7. organisms that can make their food from simple non-living
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  1. pigment called _________
  2. leaves take in carbon di oxide from the air through tiny
  3. . such plants are called _______
  4. the synthesis of food occurs in the presence of sunlight
  5. dodder plants that sucks food from another plant using root-like
  6. are known as ________________
  7. the chloroplast are green because of the presence of a

14 Clues: is called _____called ___________pigment called _________are known as ________________. such plants are called _______green structures called _________fungi and bacteria that use this mode of saprotrophicthe chloroplast are green because of the presence of aleaves take in carbon di oxide from the air through tiny...

NUTRITION IN PLANTS 2017-05-01

NUTRITION IN PLANTS crossword puzzle
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  1. The mode of nutrition where two different organisms work together for their mutual benefit.
  2. Organisms that directly or indirectly depend on green plants for nutrition.
  3. The organisms that live in or on other living organisms and derive their food from them.
  4. A type of plant that lives on soil that is not so rich and feeds on insects.
  5. A green pigment present in the leaves that traps sunlight.
  6. The extra glucose present in the leaves is stored.
  7. The ultimate source of energy for all living organisms.
  8. Tiny pores located at the underside of the leaves that take in sunlight.
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  1. Pipe like strictures that transport water and minerals absorbed by the plant to the leaves.
  2. the plant from which the parasite gets its food.
  3. Organisms that live on dead plant and animals and derive their food from them.
  4. bacteria present in the soil that can convert atmospheric
  5. Organisms that make their food from simple non-living substances.
  6. The process of taking in food by an organism and its utilization by its body.

14 Clues: the plant from which the parasite gets its food.The extra glucose present in the leaves is stored.The ultimate source of energy for all living organisms.bacteria present in the soil that can convert atmosphericA green pigment present in the leaves that traps sunlight.Organisms that make their food from simple non-living substances....

nutrition in plants 2016-05-19

nutrition in plants crossword puzzle
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  1. substances consumed to provide nutritional support for the body.
  2. A plant which lives on another plant and takes nutrients.
  3. Plants which get their nutrition from dead or decaying plants in liquid form.
  4. is the green pigment present in green leaves.
  5. A plant which fulfills its nitrogenous needs by eating insects.
  6. The small pores present on the lower surface of leaf.
  7. A plant which lacks chlorophyll.
  8. The process of utilization of food by a living organism to obtain energy.
  9. components in foods that an organism uses to survive and grow.
  10. It is a relationship between two organisms in which both the organisms benefit each other.
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  1. Organisms that make their food themselves.
  2. The process of making food in green plants in the presence of sunlight.
  3. A parasite which depends for some of the nutrients on another organism.
  4. organism takes food from another organism.

14 Clues: A plant which lacks chlorophyll.Organisms that make their food themselves.organism takes food from another organism.is the green pigment present in green leaves.The small pores present on the lower surface of leaf.A plant which lives on another plant and takes nutrients.components in foods that an organism uses to survive and grow....

Nutrition In Plants 2019-01-14

Nutrition In Plants crossword puzzle
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  1. evapouration of water in plants
  2. make their own food with sunlight
  3. depend on other organisms for food
  4. a fluid present in cell
  5. process to convert light energy to chemical energy in plants
  6. basic building blocks in living things
  7. tiny pores in leaves
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  1. plants that feed on insects
  2. fungi that get nutrients from dead and decayed matter in liquid form
  3. unicellular or multicellular organism
  4. green pigment present in plants
  5. instrument to see small objects
  6. organisms that feed on a host
  7. gas released after photosynthesis

14 Clues: tiny pores in leavesa fluid present in cellplants that feed on insectsorganisms that feed on a hostevapouration of water in plantsgreen pigment present in plantsinstrument to see small objectsmake their own food with sunlightgas released after photosynthesisdepend on other organisms for foodunicellular or multicellular organism...

Nutrition in Plants 2017-05-01

Nutrition in Plants crossword puzzle
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  1. Plants from which parasitic plants absorb their nutrition
  2. Scientific term for food
  3. Plants which live on dead and decaying matter
  4. Plants that trap insects for their nutrition
  5. Bacteria that converts nitrogen into water soluble compounds
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  1. Plants in which rhizobium is present
  2. Plants that cannot make their own food
  3. Mutually beneficial relationship
  4. Plants that make their own food
  5. Root like structures that help parasitic plants to absorb nutrition

10 Clues: Scientific term for foodPlants that make their own foodMutually beneficial relationshipPlants in which rhizobium is presentPlants that cannot make their own foodPlants that trap insects for their nutritionPlants which live on dead and decaying matterPlants from which parasitic plants absorb their nutrition...

NUTRITION IN PLANTS 2016-04-20

NUTRITION IN PLANTS crossword puzzle
Across
  1. added to plants
  2. bacteria
  3. mutually beneficial relationship
  4. cells that control opening and closing of stomata
  5. all living organisms require
  6. plants that consume insects
  7. self feeding
Down
  1. provide nutrition
  2. live in or on other organisms
  3. hair present in roots
  4. grows in humid weather
  5. animals and non green plants
  6. solution results to blue black
  7. fungi

14 Clues: fungibacteriaself feedingadded to plantsprovide nutritionhair present in rootsgrows in humid weatherplants that consume insectsanimals and non green plantsall living organisms requirelive in or on other organismssolution results to blue blackmutually beneficial relationshipcells that control opening and closing of stomata

Nutrition in Plants 2021-07-01

Nutrition in Plants crossword puzzle
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  1. glucose stored as ... in plants
  2. waxy layer to prevent water loss
  3. test for sugar in plants
  4. most number of chloroplasts found here
  5. 2nd highest number of chloroplasts found here
  6. positions the leaf blade for maximum absorption of light
  7. found in the leaf vein/vascular bundle (transport food)
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  1. process whereby plants make food
  2. found in the leaf vein/vascular bundle (transport water)
  3. also known as leaf blade
  4. gas taken in during making food
  5. pigment required to absorb light energy
  6. gas given out during making food
  7. opening found in the leaf lower epidermis

14 Clues: also known as leaf bladetest for sugar in plantsglucose stored as ... in plantsgas taken in during making foodprocess whereby plants make foodwaxy layer to prevent water lossgas given out during making foodmost number of chloroplasts found herepigment required to absorb light energyopening found in the leaf lower epidermis...

FA 1 SCIENCE GR 7 NAME: ROLL NO; DIV: 2016-04-22

FA 1  SCIENCE     GR 7     NAME:                        ROLL NO;  DIV: crossword puzzle
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  1. All green plants contain this.
  2. nutrition The mode of nutrition in which nongreen plants get nutrition from dead and decaying matter.
  3. this turn starch to blue black colour.
  4. lichens show this relationship.
  5. a bacteria living in the roots of leguminous plants.
  6. an example of parasitic nutrition.
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  1. Autotrophs make their food by this process
  2. cells They surround the stomata
  3. process of taking in food, digestion,absorption,and utilisation by the body.
  4. Green plants breathe through this.

10 Clues: All green plants contain this.cells They surround the stomatalichens show this relationship.Green plants breathe through this.an example of parasitic nutrition.this turn starch to blue black colour.Autotrophs make their food by this processa bacteria living in the roots of leguminous plants....

Nutrition In Plants 2017-05-21

Nutrition In Plants crossword puzzle
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  1. plant usable form of nitrogen
  2. when idodine is added to starch,it becomes
  3. what type of plant is cuscuta
  4. water and minerals are absorbed by the plants and transported to leaves by
  5. the mode of nutrition where two different organisms work together for their mutual benefit
  6. the singular form of stomata is
  7. the structures in cells that contain chlorophyll
  8. modified root of the host plant
  9. the ultimate source of enery
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  1. uriya,NPK,ammonia sre examples of:
  2. which cells control the opening and closing of stomata
  3. what does photo in photosynthesis refer to
  4. the loss of water from leaves through stomata
  5. organisms that live on dead and decaying matter and derive their food from them

14 Clues: the ultimate source of eneryplant usable form of nitrogenwhat type of plant is cuscutathe singular form of stomata ismodified root of the host planturiya,NPK,ammonia sre examples of:when idodine is added to starch,it becomeswhat does photo in photosynthesis refer tothe loss of water from leaves through stomata...

nutrition in plants 2016-04-21

nutrition in plants crossword puzzle
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  1. the mode of taking food by an organism and its utilization in the body .
  2. the components of food like carbohydrates , fats,proteins,vitamins and minerals .
  3. nutrition the nutrition in which organisms get their food directly or indirectly from plants .
  4. plants they are usually green and can make their own food . to obtain nutrients like nitrogen they depend on insects .
  5. plants plants that are unable to perform photosynthesis and are completely depended on the host .
  6. plants plants that obtained their nutrition from dead and decaying organic matter .
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  1. plants plants that are the association of two organisms that mutually benefit each other .
  2. nutrition the nutrition in which organisms can prepare their own food .
  3. the process by which plants prepare their own food .
  4. the cells of green leaves and young stems of plants contain numerous green structures.

10 Clues: the process by which plants prepare their own food .nutrition the nutrition in which organisms can prepare their own food .the mode of taking food by an organism and its utilization in the body .the components of food like carbohydrates , fats,proteins,vitamins and minerals ....

NUTRITION IN PLANTS 2019-09-16

NUTRITION IN PLANTS crossword puzzle
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  1. association of algae and fungi
  2. tiny pores present on leaves
  3. process by which green plants prepare their own food
  4. mode of nutrition in which plants make food themselves from simple substances
  5. mode of taking food by an organism and its utilisation by the body
  6. mode of nutrition in which two different individuals associate with each other to fulfil their requirement
Down
  1. plants which obtain nourishment partly from soil and partly from small insects
  2. mode of nutrition in which plants depend on other plants or organisms
  3. organism that obtain nutrition from dead and decaying plant and animal matter
  4. organism that derive nutrition from the body of other organism

10 Clues: tiny pores present on leavesassociation of algae and fungiprocess by which green plants prepare their own foodorganism that derive nutrition from the body of other organismmode of taking food by an organism and its utilisation by the bodymode of nutrition in which plants depend on other plants or organisms...

CH 1 and CH 2 2022-05-31

CH 1 and CH 2 crossword puzzle
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  1. process of using the absorbed food for growth
  2. channels, to transport water and minerals, to different parts of the plant
  3. tiny pores that are present on the surfaces of leaves
  4. mode of nutrition in which non-green plants derive their food from other living organisms
  5. green pigment present in the leaves of plants
  6. organisms that can make their own food
  7. process of taking in food
  8. front teeth used for cutting and biting
  9. breaking down of complex food into simple soluble forms with the help of digestive juices
Down
  1. white substance that covers the teeth
  2. insect-eating plants
  3. mode of nutrition in which organisms derive their food from dead and decaying animals
  4. the living organisms from which a parasite derives its food
  5. organisms that derive their food from other living organisms
  6. process by which digested food passes into the blood
  7. process of elimination of undigested food
  8. the process by which plants make their own food
  9. bag-shaped part, at the beginning of the large intestine, present in ruminants
  10. the process of obtaining and utilising the food
  11. pointed teeth used for tearing of food

20 Clues: insect-eating plantsprocess of taking in foodwhite substance that covers the teethpointed teeth used for tearing of foodorganisms that can make their own foodfront teeth used for cutting and bitingprocess of elimination of undigested foodprocess of using the absorbed food for growthgreen pigment present in the leaves of plants...

Life Processes 2022-06-17

Life Processes crossword puzzle
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  1. food
  2. a constituent of pancreas
  3. The process by which plants prepare their own food
  4. aಝ
  5. stores bile
  6. which eat grass
  7. biocatalysts
  8. An enzyme produced in the stomach that digests proteins
  9. wets the food
  10. The process by which plants prepare their own food
  11. the food pipe
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  1. digestion takes place
  2. helps in the absorption of food
  3. an organism that uses its pseudopodia to engulf the food
  4. regulate the opening
  5. p
  6. Plants in which absorption takes place during night
  7. A mutual nutrition
  8. A plant that has a parasitic type of nutrition.
  9. an acid produced in the stomach

20 Clues: paಝfoodstores bilebiocatalystswets the foodthe food pipewhich eat grassA mutual nutritionregulate the openingdigestion takes placea constituent of pancreashelps in the absorption of foodan acid produced in the stomachA plant that has a parasitic type of nutrition.The process by which plants prepare their own food...

Life Processes 2022-06-17

Life Processes crossword puzzle
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  1. food
  2. a constituent of pancreas
  3. The process by which plants prepare their own food
  4. aಝ
  5. stores bile
  6. which eat grass
  7. biocatalysts
  8. An enzyme produced in the stomach that digests proteins
  9. wets the food
  10. The process by which plants prepare their own food
  11. the food pipe
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  1. digestion takes place
  2. helps in the absorption of food
  3. an organism that uses its pseudopodia to engulf the food
  4. regulate the opening
  5. p
  6. Plants in which absorption takes place during night
  7. A mutual nutrition
  8. A plant that has a parasitic type of nutrition.
  9. an acid produced in the stomach

20 Clues: paಝfoodstores bilebiocatalystswets the foodthe food pipewhich eat grassA mutual nutritionregulate the openingdigestion takes placea constituent of pancreashelps in the absorption of foodan acid produced in the stomachA plant that has a parasitic type of nutrition.The process by which plants prepare their own food...

Nutrition in Plants 2016-05-27

Nutrition in Plants crossword puzzle
Across
  1. the process by which green plants make their own food
  2. the mode of nutrition where two different organisms work for their mutual benefit
  3. they control opening and closing of stomata
  4. the mode of nutrition where green plants make their own food
  5. an example of a parasitic plant
  6. the water and minerals absorbed by the plants and are to leaves
Down
  1. this can absorb carbon dioxide
  2. leaves take in carbon dioxide through their tiny pores
  3. can convert atmospheric nitrogen into water-soluble compounds.
  4. the cells of green leaves and young stems of plants contain numerous green structures
  5. organisms that live in or on other living organisms and derive their food from them
  6. plants that live on dead and decaying plants and animals and derive their food from them
  7. the plant in which the insect enters and the lid closes to trap the insect

13 Clues: this can absorb carbon dioxidean example of a parasitic plantthey control opening and closing of stomatathe process by which green plants make their own foodleaves take in carbon dioxide through their tiny poresthe mode of nutrition where green plants make their own foodcan convert atmospheric nitrogen into water-soluble compounds....

Nutrition in plants 2017-05-14

Nutrition in plants crossword puzzle
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  1. Plants can be destarched in how much time
  2. A swelling in the roots of leguminous plants
  3. Tiny pores present on leaves
  4. Guard cells of stomata are in which shape
  5. Gas obtained from atmosphere during the process of photosynthesis
  6. Plants that feed on insects
  7. The part of a plant that contains chlorophyll and makes the food
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  1. Green pigments found in the chloroplasts of algae and plants
  2. Organisms that depend on other organisms for food
  3. The mode of nutrition in which organisms make food themselves from simple substances
  4. Amarbel is an example of which type of plant
  5. Organisms that can make food independently
  6. An organism that obtains energy from dead or waste organic matter

13 Clues: Plants that feed on insectsTiny pores present on leavesPlants can be destarched in how much timeGuard cells of stomata are in which shapeOrganisms that can make food independentlyA swelling in the roots of leguminous plantsAmarbel is an example of which type of plantOrganisms that depend on other organisms for food...

nutrition in plants 2017-05-13

nutrition in plants crossword puzzle
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  1. for nutrition.
  2. - the process of taking in food by organism and its
  3. by the body.
  4. organisms that live on dead plants and animal and derive
  5. organisms that can make their food from simple
  6. food from them.
  7. their food from them.
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  1. - presence of green pigment.
  2. organisms that directly and indirectly depend on green
  3. substances.
  4. - the mode of nutrition where two different organisms
  5. - organisms that live in or other living organisms and
  6. together for their mutal benefit.

13 Clues: substances.by the body.for nutrition.food from them.their food from them.- presence of green pigment.together for their mutal benefit.organisms that can make their food from simple- the process of taking in food by organism and its- the mode of nutrition where two different organismsorganisms that directly and indirectly depend on green...

NUTRITION IN PLANTS 2017-05-16

NUTRITION IN PLANTS crossword puzzle
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  1. THE PIPE LIKE STRUCTURE WHICH HELPS IN THE transportation OF WATER AND SOLUBLE NUTRIENTS.
  2. THE MODE OF TAKING IN FOOD BY AN ORGANISM AND ITS utilizationIN THE BODY IS CALLED NUTRITION.
  3. ORGANISMS THAT DEPEND ON OTHERS FOR FOOD.
  4. FOOD MAKING PROCESS OF THE PLANT.
  5. THE PLANTS THAT DEPEND ON INSECT FOR FOOD.
  6. THE PLANTS FROM WHICH THE PARASITES GET FOOD.
  7. THE COMPONENTS OF FOOD LIKE CARBOHYDRATES,FATS,proteins,vitamins AND MINERALS.
  8. IT HELPS IN THE TRANSPORTATION OF CARBOHYDRATES.
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  1. SHARING OF SHELTER AND NUTRIENTS
  2. GREEN PIGMENT IN PLANTS.
  3. ORGANISMS THAT DEPEND ON DEAD OR DECAYED MATTER FOR FOOD
  4. ORGANISMS THAT CAN PREPARE THEIR OWN FOOD.
  5. SMALL OPENINGS OR TINY PORES UNDER THE LEAVES.

13 Clues: GREEN PIGMENT IN PLANTS.SHARING OF SHELTER AND NUTRIENTSFOOD MAKING PROCESS OF THE PLANT.ORGANISMS THAT DEPEND ON OTHERS FOR FOOD.ORGANISMS THAT CAN PREPARE THEIR OWN FOOD.THE PLANTS THAT DEPEND ON INSECT FOR FOOD.THE PLANTS FROM WHICH THE PARASITES GET FOOD.SMALL OPENINGS OR TINY PORES UNDER THE LEAVES....

NUTRITION IN PLANTS 2017-05-06

NUTRITION IN PLANTS crossword puzzle
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  1. found in the roots of leguminous plants
  2. plural of stacks of thylakoid
  3. mutually benefiting relationship
  4. green pigment in plants
  5. aqueous fluid in chloroplast
  6. cells that guard the stomata
  7. food factory of plants
  8. it absorbs carbon dioxide
  9. a partial parasitic plant
Down
  1. ultimate source of energy
  2. narrow tubes that one granum to another
  3. found in lightning helps plants to grow
  4. bacteria that helps

13 Clues: bacteria that helpsfood factory of plantsgreen pigment in plantsultimate source of energyit absorbs carbon dioxidea partial parasitic plantaqueous fluid in chloroplastcells that guard the stomataplural of stacks of thylakoidmutually benefiting relationshipfound in the roots of leguminous plantsnarrow tubes that one granum to another...

NUTRITION IN PLANTS 2021-05-05

NUTRITION IN PLANTS crossword puzzle
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  1. example of parasitic plant.
  2. the organisms that derive nutrition from dead or decaying organic matter.
  3. process by which green plants manufacture food in the presence of sunlight.
  4. symbiotic relationship between fungi and alga called____
  5. tiny apertures present on the surface of leaves for gaseous exchange.
  6. insectivorous plant
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  1. the mode of taking food by an organism.
  2. the mode of nutrition in which organism make food themselves.
  3. conducting tissue in the plants for transportation of water and minerals.
  4. this gas is released during phtosynthesis.
  5. two organisms living together in a mutually beneficial relationship.
  6. cell organelles that contain the green pigment chlorophyll.
  7. green pigment in leaves.

13 Clues: insectivorous plantgreen pigment in leaves.example of parasitic plant.the mode of taking food by an organism.this gas is released during phtosynthesis.symbiotic relationship between fungi and alga called____cell organelles that contain the green pigment chlorophyll.the mode of nutrition in which organism make food themselves....

nutrition in plants 2016-05-13

nutrition in plants crossword puzzle
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  1. photosynthesis.
  2. soil contains certain bacteria that coverts
  3. indirectly on plants.
  4. nutrition in which the organism are depended directly
  5. and alga symbiosis which forms lichens.
  6. cells surrounds stoma.
  7. nitrogen into water-soluble compounds.
  8. plant some parasitic plants like.
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  1. contains chlorophyll.
  2. organisms that can prepare their own food by a process
  3. the green pigment in the leaves.
  4. that plants synthesize during photosynthesis.
  5. the utilization of food in the body by an organism.

13 Clues: photosynthesis.contains chlorophyll.indirectly on plants.cells surrounds stoma.the green pigment in the leaves.plant some parasitic plants like.nitrogen into water-soluble compounds.and alga symbiosis which forms lichens.soil contains certain bacteria that covertsthat plants synthesize during photosynthesis....

Nutrition in Plants 2017-05-10

Nutrition in Plants crossword puzzle
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  1. Common name for cuscuta
  2. Colour of partial parasites
  3. The specialised conducting tissues found in plants
  4. The nitrogen fixation bacteria
  5. Organisms found near decaying matter
  6. Colour of a green healthy leaf if tested for starch
  7. These types of pipes like structure help in transportation of soluble minerals
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  1. Fungi grow in hot and ....... weather
  2. .......... surrounds the stoma
  3. The aqueous liquid found inside a chloroplast.
  4. The type of plant that the nitrogen fixation bacteria live in
  5. A partial parasite
  6. Fungi reproduce through .....

13 Clues: A partial parasiteCommon name for cuscutaColour of partial parasitesFungi reproduce through ............... surrounds the stomaThe nitrogen fixation bacteriaOrganisms found near decaying matterFungi grow in hot and ....... weatherThe aqueous liquid found inside a chloroplast.The specialised conducting tissues found in plants...

nutrition in plants 2019-08-11

nutrition in plants crossword puzzle
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  1. example of insectivorous plant
  2. organism that derives nutrients fom another organism without benefiting host
  3. organisms which cannot make thrown food
  4. process in which the green plants make their food
  5. aquatic lower plants
  6. bodies of living organism are made of tiny units
  7. symbiotic relationship between alga and fungi
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  1. mode of taking food by an organism and its utilisation by the body
  2. bacterium which lives on roots of pulses and other leguminous plants
  3. tiny pores on the surface of the leaves
  4. plants which use saprotrophic mode of nutrition
  5. green pigment which leaves to capture the energy of the sunlight
  6. organism that provides nutrients to another organism

13 Clues: aquatic lower plantsexample of insectivorous planttiny pores on the surface of the leavesorganisms which cannot make thrown foodsymbiotic relationship between alga and fungiplants which use saprotrophic mode of nutritionbodies of living organism are made of tiny unitsprocess in which the green plants make their food...

SCIENCE FA 2016-04-25

SCIENCE FA crossword puzzle
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  1. Lichens show this relationship.
  2. Process of taking in food, digestion, absorption, and utilisation by the body.
  3. Autotrophs make their food by this process
  4. All green plants contain this pigment.
  5. These cells surround the tiny pores on the underside of the leaf.
  6. Green plants breathe through these.
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  1. A bacteria living in the roots of leguminous plants.
  2. This turn starch to blue black colour.
  3. The mode of nutrition in which nongreen plants get nutrition from dead and decaying matter.
  4. An example of parasitic nutrition.

10 Clues: Lichens show this relationship.An example of parasitic nutrition.Green plants breathe through these.This turn starch to blue black colour.All green plants contain this pigment.Autotrophs make their food by this processA bacteria living in the roots of leguminous plants.These cells surround the tiny pores on the underside of the leaf....

Chapter 1 & 2 2022-06-13

Chapter 1 & 2 crossword puzzle
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  1. Organisms which derives it’s nutrition from ‘The Host’
  2. Organisms that prepare their own food
  3. Animals which eat both plants and other animals
  4. Two organisms live in a close association and develop a relationship that is beneficial to both
  5. Muscular organ attached to the floor of Buccal cavity
  6. Animals which eat other animals only
  7. Teeth used for grinding food
  8. White and strong protective material
  9. Plants which feed on insects
  10. Important components of food for obtaining nutrition
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  1. the process through which plants prepare their own food
  2. Organisms which cannot prepare their own food
  3. animals which eat plants only
  4. The process of obtaining and utilising food by an organism
  5. Act of getting and eating food
  6. Tiny pores that are present on the surface of leaves
  7. The green colour pigment which helps the leaves to prepare food and capture solar energy
  8. Process of elimination of undigested food from alimentary canal
  9. Tubes that run throughout the root, the stem, the branches and the leaves
  10. Process of breakdown of complex molecules into simple soluble ones
  11. Teeth used for tearing of food

21 Clues: Teeth used for grinding foodPlants which feed on insectsanimals which eat plants onlyAct of getting and eating foodTeeth used for tearing of foodAnimals which eat other animals onlyWhite and strong protective materialOrganisms that prepare their own foodOrganisms which cannot prepare their own foodAnimals which eat both plants and other animals...

FA 1 SCIENCE GR 7 NAME: ROLL NO; DIV: 2016-04-22

FA 1  SCIENCE     GR 7     NAME:                        ROLL NO;  DIV: crossword puzzle
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  1. All green plants contain this pigment.
  2. process of taking in food, digestion,absorption,and utilisation by the body.
  3. Autotrophs make their food by this process
  4. An example of parasitic nutrition.
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  1. The mode of nutrition in which nongreen plants get nutrition from dead and decaying matter.
  2. These cells surround the tiny pores on the underside of the leaf.
  3. A bacteria living in the roots of leguminous plants.
  4. Lichens show this relationship.
  5. This turn starch to blue black colour.
  6. Green plants breathe through these.

10 Clues: Lichens show this relationship.An example of parasitic nutrition.Green plants breathe through these.All green plants contain this pigment.This turn starch to blue black colour.Autotrophs make their food by this processA bacteria living in the roots of leguminous plants.These cells surround the tiny pores on the underside of the leaf....

Nutrition In Plants 2016-04-25

Nutrition In Plants crossword puzzle
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  1. tiny pores under the leaves of the plants
  2. organisms which live on plants and derive their food from them.
  3. process of taking in by an organism and utilizing it.
  4. green pigment present in the chloroplast which make them green
  5. process where green plants make their own food.stomata
  6. organisms that live in other living organisms and derive their food from them
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  1. depend on green plants for their nutrition.
  2. numerous green structure present in the cells of green leaves
  3. mode of nutrition where green plants make their own food
  4. mode of nutrition where 2 different organism work together for their mutual benefit

10 Clues: tiny pores under the leaves of the plantsdepend on green plants for their nutrition.process of taking in by an organism and utilizing it.process where green plants make their own food.stomatamode of nutrition where green plants make their own foodnumerous green structure present in the cells of green leaves...

Life Processes 2022-06-17

Life Processes crossword puzzle
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  1. a constituent of pancreas
  2. an acid produced in the stomach
  3. food
  4. digestion takes place
  5. An enzyme produced in the stomach that digests proteins
  6. The process by which plants prepare their own food
  7. aಝ
  8. A plant that has a parasitic type of nutrition.
  9. wets the food
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  1. stores bile
  2. the food pipe
  3. which eat grass
  4. p
  5. The process by which plants prepare their own food
  6. A mutual nutrition
  7. Plants in which absorption takes place during night
  8. an organism that uses its pseudopodia to engulf the food

17 Clues: paಝfoodstores bilethe food pipewets the foodwhich eat grassA mutual nutritiondigestion takes placea constituent of pancreasan acid produced in the stomachA plant that has a parasitic type of nutrition.The process by which plants prepare their own foodThe process by which plants prepare their own food...

Class 7 Chapter 1: Nutrition in Plants 2022-08-16

Class 7 Chapter 1: Nutrition in Plants crossword puzzle
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  1. also called as green pigment
  2. mode of making food by an organism
  3. spherical structured located centrally
  4. process which plants to create energy
  5. produced during photosynthesis
  6. slimy, green patches in ponds or stagnant water bodies
  7. insect-eating plant
  8. surrounded by a jelly-like substance
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  1. organisms that take in food prepared by plants
  2. organisms sharing both shelter and nutrients
  3. Membrane a thin outer boundary
  4. fungi that derive nutrition from dead and decaying matter
  5. components of food
  6. energy absorbed by chlorophyll present in leaves/plants
  7. organisms that make food themselves

15 Clues: components of foodinsect-eating plantalso called as green pigmentMembrane a thin outer boundaryproduced during photosynthesismode of making food by an organismorganisms that make food themselvessurrounded by a jelly-like substanceprocess which plants to create energyspherical structured located centrallyorganisms sharing both shelter and nutrients...

NUTRITION IN PLANTS 2017-05-07

NUTRITION IN PLANTS crossword puzzle
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  1. It is converted into starch and stored in leaves
  2. nutrition Non green plants or animals which don't make their own food
  3. nutrition Green plants are able to prepare their own food
  4. The mode of nutrition where two different organisms work together
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  1. structure in cells that contain chlorophyll
  2. The process of taking in food by an organism and its utilisation by the body
  3. Some non green plants live on dead and decaying plants
  4. life processes that provide energy
  5. It is necessary for phtosynthesis
  6. The plant from which a parasite get its food from

10 Clues: It is necessary for phtosynthesislife processes that provide energystructure in cells that contain chlorophyllIt is converted into starch and stored in leavesThe plant from which a parasite get its food fromSome non green plants live on dead and decaying plantsnutrition Green plants are able to prepare their own food...

Nutrition In Plants 2016-04-23

Nutrition In Plants crossword puzzle
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  1. are plants that live in associations with other organisms, share food and other recources.
  2. is the stack of thylokoids
  3. is the mode of nutrition in which an organism that cannot make it's own food
  4. are plants that derive some or most of the nutritions from insects.
  5. is the fluid in a chloroplast
  6. is the process by which food is taken in by an organism and used by its body
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  1. is the substance that can be broken down by chemical processes in the body of an organism to give energy
  2. is one that partially or completely depends on other plants for nutrition.
  3. is the mode of nutrition in which an organism makes its own food
  4. is the process of using light to convert water and carbon dioxide into carbohydrates and oxygen
  5. is one that obtains it's nutrition from dead and decaying plant and animal matter
  6. is the disk like structures present in the chloroplast

12 Clues: is the stack of thylokoidsis the fluid in a chloroplastis the disk like structures present in the chloroplastis the mode of nutrition in which an organism makes its own foodare plants that derive some or most of the nutritions from insects.is one that partially or completely depends on other plants for nutrition....

Nutrition In Plants 2016-04-23

Nutrition In Plants crossword puzzle
Across
  1. is the substance that can be broken down by chemical processes in the body of an organism to give energy
  2. is the mode of nutrition in which an organism makes its own food
  3. is one that partially or completely depends on other plants for nutrition.
  4. is the mode of nutrition in which an organism that cannot make it's own food
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  1. is the process of using light to convert water and carbon dioxide into carbohydrates and oxygen
  2. are plants that derive some or most of the nutritions from insects.
  3. are plants that live in associations with other organisms, share food and other recources.
  4. is one that obtains it's nutrition from dead and decaying plant and animal matter
  5. is the stack of thylokoids
  6. is the disk like structures present in the chloroplast
  7. is the process by which food is taken in by an organism and used by its body
  8. is the fluid in a chloroplast

12 Clues: is the stack of thylokoidsis the fluid in a chloroplastis the disk like structures present in the chloroplastis the mode of nutrition in which an organism makes its own foodare plants that derive some or most of the nutritions from insects.is one that partially or completely depends on other plants for nutrition....

Nutrition in Plants 2016-04-27

Nutrition in Plants crossword puzzle
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  1. ___________ bacteria can trap atmospheric nitrogen from the air.
  2. ________________ is another name for cuscuta.
  3. _____________ grows in soil that is not so rich.
  4. ______________ contain nitrogen.
  5. _____________ depend on plants on other animals which in turn depend on plants.
  6. _________________ control the opening and closing of stomata.
  7. provides most of the pulses.
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  1. _____________ is a leguminous plant.
  2. __________________ are secreted on dead and decaying matter by saprophytes.
  3. _____________ is the end product of photosynthesis.
  4. _____________ of fungi are always floating in the air.
  5. _________ are numerous green structures found in green leafs and young stems of plants.

12 Clues: provides most of the pulses.______________ contain nitrogen._____________ is a leguminous plant._____________ grows in soil that is not so rich.________________ is another name for cuscuta._____________ is the end product of photosynthesis._____________ of fungi are always floating in the air....

nutrition in plants 2016-04-26

nutrition in plants crossword puzzle
Across
  1. give energy
  2. plants eat insects
  3. surrounded the stomata
  4. means self
  5. is the ultimate source of energy
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  1. transport nutrients to the plant parts
  2. is a saprotrophs
  3. are heterotrophs
  4. converts atmospheric nitrogen to water soulbe componets
  5. is the green pigment
  6. is the mode of two different organisms working together for mutual benefit
  7. are partial parasites

12 Clues: means selfgive energyis a saprotrophsare heterotrophsplants eat insectsis the green pigmentare partial parasitessurrounded the stomatais the ultimate source of energytransport nutrients to the plant partsconverts atmospheric nitrogen to water soulbe componetsis the mode of two different organisms working together for mutual benefit

NUTRITION IN PLANTS 2017-05-11

NUTRITION IN PLANTS crossword puzzle
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  1. Plants give out.
  2. Organisms that live in or on other organisms and derive food from them.
  3. Organisms that live on dead plants and animals and derive their food from them.
  4. The process of taking in food by an organisms and its utilization by the body.
  5. The process by which plants prepare their own food.
  6. It is converted into starch.
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  1. Organisms that prepare their own food.
  2. Plants take in.
  3. The mode of nutrition where two different organisms work together for their mutual benefit.
  4. The green pigment.
  5. Organisms that directly depend on green plants.
  6. Bacteria that is present in the soil.

12 Clues: Plants take in.Plants give out.The green pigment.It is converted into starch.Bacteria that is present in the soil.Organisms that prepare their own food.Organisms that directly depend on green plants.The process by which plants prepare their own food.Organisms that live in or on other organisms and derive food from them....

Nutrition in plants 2017-05-11

Nutrition in plants crossword puzzle
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  1. The process of taking in food by an organism an its utilization by the body.
  2. Organisms that live in or on other living organisms and derive their food from them.
  3. The process by which plants prepare their own food.
  4. Bacteria that is present in the soil.
  5. The mode of nutrition where two different organisms work together for their mutual benefit.
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  1. Plants give out.
  2. Organisms that depend on green plants.
  3. Organisms that can prepare their own food.
  4. Organisms that live on dead plants and animals and derive their food from them.
  5. Plants take in.
  6. The green pigment.
  7. It is converted into starch.

12 Clues: Plants take in.Plants give out.The green pigment.It is converted into starch.Bacteria that is present in the soil.Organisms that depend on green plants.Organisms that can prepare their own food.The process by which plants prepare their own food.The process of taking in food by an organism an its utilization by the body....

nutrition in plants 2017-05-14

nutrition in plants crossword puzzle
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  1. parasites the plants which take water and minerals from the host plants
  2. the process of taking in food by an organism and its utilization by the body
  3. organisms that can directly or indirectly depend on green plants for nutrition
  4. the mood of nutrition where 2 different organisms work together for their mutual benefit
  5. the process by which plants make their food
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  1. nutrition the method of getting nutrients from dead and decaying matter in the form of liquid
  2. organisms that live in or on other living organisms and derive their food from them
  3. plants the plants which consumes insects
  4. organisms that can make their own food
  5. organisms that live on dead plants and animals and derive their food from them

10 Clues: organisms that can make their own foodplants the plants which consumes insectsthe process by which plants make their foodparasites the plants which take water and minerals from the host plantsthe process of taking in food by an organism and its utilization by the bodyorganisms that can directly or indirectly depend on green plants for nutrition...

Nutrition in Plants 2016-05-23

Nutrition in Plants crossword puzzle
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  1. Where alga and fungus live together
  2. A autotrophic plants
  3. The vascular tissue in plants
  4. A nitrogen-fixing bacterium
  5. It maintain the balance between oxygen and carbon dioxide
  6. The chemical element of atomic number 7
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  1. A colourless, odourless, highly flammable gas
  2. An organism which lives in or on another organism
  3. A parasitic plant which lacks chlorophyll
  4. A mutually beneficial relationship of plants
  5. The process of taking in food by an organism
  6. cell It controls the opening or closing of stomata

12 Clues: A autotrophic plantsA nitrogen-fixing bacteriumThe vascular tissue in plantsWhere alga and fungus live togetherThe chemical element of atomic number 7A parasitic plant which lacks chlorophyllA mutually beneficial relationship of plantsThe process of taking in food by an organismA colourless, odourless, highly flammable gas...

Nutrition in Plants 2017-05-03

Nutrition in Plants crossword puzzle
Across
  1. symbiosis plant
  2. insectovorious plant
  3. an air used for photosynthesis
  4. necessary for photosynthesis
  5. the cells of green leaves and young stemps of the plant
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  1. are autotrophs
  2. synthesis of food other than carbohydrates by plants
  3. plants that cannot prepare their own foof
  4. the mode of nutrition where two diffrent organisms work together for their natural benifit
  5. type of saprophytes
  6. green pigment present in plants
  7. tiny pores present in a leaf

12 Clues: are autotrophssymbiosis planttype of saprophytesinsectovorious plantnecessary for photosynthesistiny pores present in a leafan air used for photosynthesisgreen pigment present in plantsplants that cannot prepare their own foofsynthesis of food other than carbohydrates by plantsthe cells of green leaves and young stemps of the plant...

nutrition in plants 2017-05-09

nutrition in plants crossword puzzle
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  1. cells controlling opening and closing of stomata
  2. when iodine is added to starch it becomes __________ in colour
  3. gas we gfet after photosynthesis
  4. the process of taking in food by an organism and its utilization by the body is called
  5. organisms that directly or indirectly depend on green plant for nutrition
  6. the mode of nutrition where two different organisms work together
  7. the ultimate source of energy
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  1. gas needed for photosynthesis
  2. what does photo refer to
  3. type of plant that can make food on their own
  4. a bacteria in the soil can convert atmospheric nitrogen into soluble compound
  5. the organisms that live in or on other organisms and derive their food from them

12 Clues: what does photo refer togas needed for photosynthesisthe ultimate source of energygas we gfet after photosynthesistype of plant that can make food on their owncells controlling opening and closing of stomatawhen iodine is added to starch it becomes __________ in colourthe mode of nutrition where two different organisms work together...

NUTRITION IN PLANTS 2017-05-20

NUTRITION IN PLANTS crossword puzzle
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  1. ___________ plants are parasites,saprophytes or insectivorous
  2. Green plants are _________________.
  3. The process of taking in food by an organism and its utilization by the body
  4. Green pigment, present in all green plants
  5. Process by which green plants make their food
  6. The mode of nutrition where two different organisms work together for their mutual benefit
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  1. Organism that lives in or on other organism and derive their food.
  2. Green plant cells which contains chlorophyll and in which photosynthesis takes place.
  3. Plants that capture and digest insects.
  4. The plant from which a parasite gets its food
  5. The water and minerals absorbed by the plants are transported to leaves through ________ vessels.
  6. Nitrogen-fixing bacterium that is common in the soil, especially in the root nodules of leguminous plants.

12 Clues: Green plants are _________________.Plants that capture and digest insects.Green pigment, present in all green plantsThe plant from which a parasite gets its foodProcess by which green plants make their food___________ plants are parasites,saprophytes or insectivorousOrganism that lives in or on other organism and derive their food....

nutrition in plants 2017-05-24

nutrition in plants crossword puzzle
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  1. that live in or on living organisms derive their food
  2. of food occurs in the presence of sunlight
  3. parasite gets its food
  4. from the air through tiny pores
  5. parasites-taking water and minerals from the host plants
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  1. in food by an organism and its utilization by the body
  2. that directly or indirectly depend on greenplants
  3. cells of green leaves and young stems plat contain green
  4. mode of nutrition where two different organisms work tog
  5. that live on dead plants and animals
  6. that can make their food from simple non-living sub
  7. a green pigment

12 Clues: a green pigmentparasite gets its foodfrom the air through tiny poresthat live on dead plants and animalsof food occurs in the presence of sunlightthat directly or indirectly depend on greenplantsthat can make their food from simple non-living subthat live in or on living organisms derive their food...

nutrition in plants 2017-05-24

nutrition in plants crossword puzzle
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  1. parasites-taking water and minerals from the host plants
  2. that live on other living organisms
  3. that directly or indirectly depend on green plants
  4. of green pigment
  5. of green leaves
  6. of sunlight
  7. in food by an organisms
  8. different organisms work together for their mutal benefit
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  1. the air through tiny pores
  2. that can make their food from non-living substances
  3. parasite get its food
  4. that live on dead plants and animals

12 Clues: of sunlightof green leavesof green pigmentparasite get its foodin food by an organismsthe air through tiny poresthat live on other living organismsthat live on dead plants and animalsthat directly or indirectly depend on green plantsthat can make their food from non-living substancesparasites-taking water and minerals from the host plants...

Nutrition in Plants 2017-07-19

Nutrition in Plants crossword puzzle
Across
  1. ________ cells control the size of the stomata.
  2. Factors affecting rate of photosynthesis include light intensity, carbon dioxide concentration and ____________.
  3. This form of sugar is being transported from the leave to other parts of the plant.
  4. The mesophyll layer has one or two layers of closely packed, long and cylindrical cells called ____________ mesophyll cells.
  5. Glucose in leaf reacts with nitrates and other mineral salts absorbed from soil to form ________ acids.
  6. Photosynthesis is important as it removes carbon dioxide from the air and provides __________.
  7. Carbon dioxide enters the stomata into the air spaces inside the leaf through the process of ___________.
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  1. This form of sugar is formed by the leaf during photosynthesis.
  2. The spongy mesophyll cells are ____________ in shape and has numerous large intercellular air spaces between them.
  3. A leaf which has some parts that contains chlorophyll and some parts without chlorophyll is called a __________ leaf.
  4. During light-dependent stage of photosynthesis, light energy is used to split water through a process called ___________.
  5. This form of carbohydrate is stored in the leaves because of excess glucose.

12 Clues: ________ cells control the size of the stomata.This form of sugar is formed by the leaf during photosynthesis.This form of carbohydrate is stored in the leaves because of excess glucose.This form of sugar is being transported from the leave to other parts of the plant....

Nutrition in plants 2016-05-22

Nutrition in plants crossword puzzle
Across
  1. mutually beneficial relationship.
  2. nutrition that contains nitrogen.
  3. source of energy for green plants.
  4. animals that depend directly on plants.
  5. green structures present in green leaves and young stems.
  6. manures and fertilizers contain this plant nutrient
  7. method of catching insects.
Down
  1. ______ of fungi float in the air.
  2. another word for combination of components.
  3. The process of taking in food by an organism and its utilization by the body.
  4. green plants are ___________.
  5. can convert atmospheric nitrogen into water soluble compounds.

12 Clues: method of catching insects.green plants are ___________.______ of fungi float in the air.mutually beneficial relationship.nutrition that contains nitrogen.source of energy for green plants.animals that depend directly on plants.another word for combination of components.manures and fertilizers contain this plant nutrient...

nutrition in plants 2016-04-26

nutrition in plants crossword puzzle
Across
  1. are heterotrophs
  2. plants eat insects
  3. means self
  4. is the ultimate source of energy
  5. surrounded the stomata
Down
  1. transport nutrients to the plant parts
  2. give energy
  3. converts atmospheric nitrogen to water soulbe componets
  4. is the mode of two different organisms working together for mutual benefit
  5. are partial parasites
  6. is the green pigment
  7. is a saprotrophs

12 Clues: means selfgive energyare heterotrophsis a saprotrophsplants eat insectsis the green pigmentare partial parasitessurrounded the stomatais the ultimate source of energytransport nutrients to the plant partsconverts atmospheric nitrogen to water soulbe componetsis the mode of two different organisms working together for mutual benefit

nutrition in plants 2016-04-26

nutrition in plants crossword puzzle
Across
  1. surrounded the stomata
  2. plants eat insects
  3. give energy
  4. is the mode of two different organisms working together for mutual benefit
  5. are heterotrophs
Down
  1. is the green pigment
  2. transport nutrients to the plant parts
  3. is a saprotrophs
  4. means self
  5. converts atmospheric nitrogen to water soulbe componets
  6. are partial parasites
  7. is the ultimate source of energy

12 Clues: means selfgive energyis a saprotrophsare heterotrophsplants eat insectsis the green pigmentare partial parasitessurrounded the stomatais the ultimate source of energytransport nutrients to the plant partsconverts atmospheric nitrogen to water soulbe componetsis the mode of two different organisms working together for mutual benefit

NUTRITION IN PLANTS 2017-05-19

NUTRITION IN PLANTS crossword puzzle
Across
  1. chlorophyll is found in oval-shaped structures called as:
  2. plants specialised to utilize atmospheric nitrogen
  3. plants that feed on decomposing material
  4. transports water to all parts of plant
  5. alga and fungi living together
Down
  1. derive food from host plant
  2. photosynthesis will not occur in the absence of:
  3. chemical used to test the presence of starch
  4. green pigment in leaves
  5. gas released after photosynthesis
  6. ultimate source of energy
  7. singular of stomata

12 Clues: singular of stomatagreen pigment in leavesultimate source of energyderive food from host plantalga and fungi living togethergas released after photosynthesistransports water to all parts of plantplants that feed on decomposing materialchemical used to test the presence of starchphotosynthesis will not occur in the absence of:...

nutrition in plants 2017-05-09

nutrition in plants crossword puzzle
Across
  1. when iodine is added to starch it becomes __________ in colour
  2. the ultimate source of energy
  3. type of plant that can make food on their own
  4. the process of taking in food by an organism and its utilization by the body is called
  5. gas needed for photosynthesis
Down
  1. gas we gfet after photosynthesis
  2. the mode of nutrition where two different organisms work together
  3. the organisms that live in or on other organisms and derive their food from them
  4. organisms that directly or indirectly depend on green plant for nutrition
  5. what does photo refer to
  6. cells controlling opening and closing of stomata
  7. a bacteria in the soil can convert atmospheric nitrogen into soluble compound

12 Clues: what does photo refer tothe ultimate source of energygas needed for photosynthesisgas we gfet after photosynthesistype of plant that can make food on their owncells controlling opening and closing of stomatawhen iodine is added to starch it becomes __________ in colourthe mode of nutrition where two different organisms work together...

nutrition in plants 2016-04-26

nutrition in plants crossword puzzle
Across
  1. converts atmospheric nitrogen to water soulbe componets
  2. surrounded the stomata
  3. transport nutrients to the plant parts
  4. plants eat insects
  5. are heterotrophs
  6. is the ultimate source of energy
  7. means self
Down
  1. is the mode of two different organisms working together for mutual benefit
  2. is a saprotrophs
  3. give energy
  4. is the green pigment
  5. are partial parasites

12 Clues: means selfgive energyis a saprotrophsare heterotrophsplants eat insectsis the green pigmentare partial parasitessurrounded the stomatais the ultimate source of energytransport nutrients to the plant partsconverts atmospheric nitrogen to water soulbe componetsis the mode of two different organisms working together for mutual benefit

Nutrition in Plants 2016-04-27

Nutrition in Plants crossword puzzle
Across
  1. ________________ is another name for cuscuta.
  2. _____________ of fungi are always floating in the air.
  3. provides most of the pulses.
  4. ______________ contain nitrogen.
  5. _____________ grows in soil that is not so rich.
  6. _____________ depend on plants on other animals which in turn depend on plants.
Down
  1. _________ are numerous green structures found in green leafs and young stems of plants.
  2. _________________ control the opening and closing of stomata.
  3. __________________ are secreted on dead and decaying matter by saprophytes.
  4. _____________ is the end product of photosynthesis.
  5. _____________ is a leguminous plant.
  6. ___________ bacteria can trap atmospheric nitrogen from the air.

12 Clues: provides most of the pulses.______________ contain nitrogen._____________ is a leguminous plant._____________ grows in soil that is not so rich.________________ is another name for cuscuta._____________ is the end product of photosynthesis._________________ control the opening and closing of stomata....

nutrition in plants 2016-05-23

nutrition in plants crossword puzzle
Across
  1. example of autotrophic plant
  2. mutually beneficial relationship betweeen different plant
  3. maintains the balance between oxygen and carbondioxide
  4. Chemical element of atomic number 7
  5. Vascular tissues in plants
Down
  1. an organism which lives in or on another organism
  2. parasitic plant which lacks chlorophyll
  3. Nitrogen fixing bacterium commonly in the soil
  4. colourless odourless highy flammable gas
  5. where alga and fungus live
  6. the process of taking in food by an organism
  7. cell It controls opening or closing of stomata

12 Clues: where alga and fungus liveVascular tissues in plantsexample of autotrophic plantChemical element of atomic number 7parasitic plant which lacks chlorophyllcolourless odourless highy flammable gasthe process of taking in food by an organismNitrogen fixing bacterium commonly in the soilan organism which lives in or on another organism...

NUTRITION IN PLANTS 2017-05-04

NUTRITION IN PLANTS crossword puzzle
Across
  1. A stack of thylakoids,plural(Grana)
  2. Living organisms that cannot make their own food.
  3. the leaves.
  4. An organism that lives in or on other living organisms and
  5. The vessels that are like pipes which carry water and minerals
Down
  1. Green plant cells that contain chlorophyll.
  2. Organisms that can prepare their own food.
  3. cells Control the opening and closing of stomata.
  4. An example for parasitic plants.
  5. The plant from where a parasite gets its food.
  6. A bacteria that can convert nitrogen into plant solubles.
  7. food from them.

12 Clues: the leaves.food from them.An example for parasitic plants.A stack of thylakoids,plural(Grana)Organisms that can prepare their own food.Green plant cells that contain chlorophyll.The plant from where a parasite gets its food.cells Control the opening and closing of stomata.Living organisms that cannot make their own food....

~Nutrition in Plants~ 2017-05-03

~Nutrition in Plants~ crossword puzzle
Across
  1. __________ gets it food from dead and decaying matter.
  2. What is the meaning of synthesis from the word photosynthesis?
  3. Mushroom and Bread Mould are examples of ________ plants.
  4. Cascuta(Amrbel)are examples of these types of plants.
  5. All parasites are __________ in colour.
  6. When iodine is added to starch it becomes _________ in colour.
Down
  1. We get most of our pulses from ______________ plants.
  2. Which elements is need to be added to carbon, hydrogen and oxygen to make proteins?
  3. A pigment present in plants which help in photosynthesis.
  4. The process of taking in food by an organism and its utilization by the body is called _________.
  5. Which bacteria in the soil can convert atmospheric nitrogen into a soluble compound?
  6. What should be added to carbon dioxide, chlorophyll and sunlight to get glucose and oxygen?

12 Clues: All parasites are __________ in colour.We get most of our pulses from ______________ plants.Cascuta(Amrbel)are examples of these types of plants.__________ gets it food from dead and decaying matter.A pigment present in plants which help in photosynthesis.Mushroom and Bread Mould are examples of ________ plants....

~Nutrition in Plants~ 2017-05-03

~Nutrition in Plants~ crossword puzzle
Across
  1. A pigment present in plants which help in photosynthesis.
  2. Cascuta (Amrbel) is an example of these types of plants.
  3. What is the meaning of synthesis from the word photosynthesis?
  4. The process of taking in food by an organism and its utilization by the body is called _________.
  5. What should be added to carbon dioxide, chlorophyll and sunlight to get glucose and oxygen?
  6. __________ gets it food from dead and decaying matter.
Down
  1. Mushroom and Bread Mould are examples of ________ plants.
  2. When iodine is added to starch it becomes _________ in colour.
  3. We get most of our pulses from ______________ plants.
  4. Which element is needed to be added to carbon, hydrogen and oxygen to make proteins?
  5. All parasites are __________ in colour.
  6. Which bacteria in the soil can convert atmospheric nitrogen into a soluble compound?

12 Clues: All parasites are __________ in colour.We get most of our pulses from ______________ plants.__________ gets it food from dead and decaying matter.Cascuta (Amrbel) is an example of these types of plants.Mushroom and Bread Mould are examples of ________ plants.A pigment present in plants which help in photosynthesis....

nutrition in plants 2017-05-09

nutrition in plants crossword puzzle
Across
  1. the organisms that live in or on other organisms and derive their food from them
  2. the ultimate source of energy
  3. gas we gfet after photosynthesis
  4. the process of taking in food by an organism and its utilization by the body is called
  5. what does photo refer to
  6. gas needed for photosynthesis
Down
  1. organisms that directly or indirectly depend on green plant for nutrition
  2. the mode of nutrition where two different organisms work together
  3. when iodine is added to starch it becomes __________ in colour
  4. type of plant that can make food on their own
  5. cells controlling opening and closing of stomata
  6. a bacteria in the soil can convert atmospheric nitrogen into soluble compound

12 Clues: what does photo refer tothe ultimate source of energygas needed for photosynthesisgas we gfet after photosynthesistype of plant that can make food on their owncells controlling opening and closing of stomatawhen iodine is added to starch it becomes __________ in colourthe mode of nutrition where two different organisms work together...

Nutrition in Plants 2017-05-15

Nutrition in Plants crossword puzzle
Across
  1. small pores in the leaves
  2. organisms that live on other organisms and derive their food from them
  3. organisms that live n dead plants and derive their food from them
  4. green pigment that traps energy from the sun
  5. control the opening and closing of the stomata
  6. food necessary for energy and growth
Down
  1. plants which can make their own food
  2. plants which cannot make their own food
  3. plants that catch insects by ingenious methods
  4. inside plants where photosynthesis takes place
  5. transports water and minerals
  6. two different organisms work together for their mutual benefit

12 Clues: small pores in the leavestransports water and mineralsplants which can make their own foodfood necessary for energy and growthplants which cannot make their own foodgreen pigment that traps energy from the sunplants that catch insects by ingenious methodsinside plants where photosynthesis takes placecontrol the opening and closing of the stomata...

Nutrition In Plants 2019-01-14

Nutrition In Plants crossword puzzle
Across
  1. make their own food with sunlight
  2. depend on other organisms for food
  3. unicellular or multicellular organism
  4. process to convert light energy to chemical energy in plants
  5. organisms that feed on a host
  6. instrument to see small objects
Down
  1. green pigment present in plants
  2. plants that feed on insects
  3. a fluid present in cell
  4. evapouration of water in plants
  5. basic building blocks in living things
  6. tiny pores in leaves

12 Clues: tiny pores in leavesa fluid present in cellplants that feed on insectsorganisms that feed on a hostgreen pigment present in plantsevapouration of water in plantsinstrument to see small objectsmake their own food with sunlightdepend on other organisms for foodunicellular or multicellular organismbasic building blocks in living things...

nutrition in plants 2017-05-18

nutrition in plants crossword puzzle
Across
  1. leaves take in co2 from air through these tiny pores
  2. a mutually beneficial relationship between organisms for nutrition
  3. green structures in the cell of green leaves and young stems containing green structures
  4. animals and non green plants that depend directly or indirectly on green plants for nutrition are called
  5. the process of taking in food by organism and its utilization by the body
  6. the mode of nutrition in which green plants make food themselves
Down
  1. some non-green plants that live on other living organisms and derive food from them
  2. plants make food from co2 and water in the presence of sunlight by this process
  3. some non green plants live on dead and decaying plants and animals are called
  4. bacteria that can convert atmospheric nitrogen into water soluble compounds

10 Clues: leaves take in co2 from air through these tiny poresthe mode of nutrition in which green plants make food themselvesa mutually beneficial relationship between organisms for nutritionthe process of taking in food by organism and its utilization by the bodybacteria that can convert atmospheric nitrogen into water soluble compounds...

HHW 2022-06-11

HHW crossword puzzle
Across
  1. Absorbed food is taken by body cells for releasing energy, growth and repair.
  2. In this nutrition, the digestion happens inside the body of the organism. i.e., after the food is ingested.
  3. this type of respiration happens in the absence of oxygen.
  4. Animals which feed on plants only
  5. The process by which an organism takes food and utilizes it
  6. Digested food absorbed through the intestinal wall into the blood.
Down
  1. The organism which lives inside or outside another organism (host) and derives nutrition from it
  2. Process of taking food into the mouth
  3. In this nutrition, the organism secretes the digestive juices on the food. The food is digested while it is still to be ingested. Some insects, like houseflies follow this mode of nutrition.
  4. Eliminating undigested food from the body.
  5. This type of respiration happens in the presence of oxygen.
  6. Break down of large insoluble food into small water-soluble molecules by enzymes.
  7. This part comes after the pharynx and is also called voice box.
  8. plants that feed on insects for their nitrogen requirements
  9. It is a tube-like structure which continues after the nasal passage.

15 Clues: Animals which feed on plants onlyProcess of taking food into the mouthEliminating undigested food from the body.this type of respiration happens in the absence of oxygen.This type of respiration happens in the presence of oxygen.plants that feed on insects for their nitrogen requirementsThe process by which an organism takes food and utilizes it...

HHW 2022-06-11

HHW crossword puzzle
Across
  1. Absorbed food is taken by body cells for releasing energy, growth and repair.
  2. In this nutrition, the digestion happens inside the body of the organism. i.e., after the food is ingested.
  3. this type of respiration happens in the absence of oxygen.
  4. Animals which feed on plants only
  5. The process by which an organism takes food and utilizes it
  6. Digested food absorbed through the intestinal wall into the blood.
Down
  1. The organism which lives inside or outside another organism (host) and derives nutrition from it
  2. Process of taking food into the mouth
  3. In this nutrition, the organism secretes the digestive juices on the food. The food is digested while it is still to be ingested. Some insects, like houseflies follow this mode of nutrition.
  4. Eliminating undigested food from the body.
  5. This type of respiration happens in the presence of oxygen.
  6. Break down of large insoluble food into small water-soluble molecules by enzymes.
  7. This part comes after the pharynx and is also called voice box.
  8. plants that feed on insects for their nitrogen requirements
  9. It is a tube-like structure which continues after the nasal passage.

15 Clues: Animals which feed on plants onlyProcess of taking food into the mouthEliminating undigested food from the body.this type of respiration happens in the absence of oxygen.This type of respiration happens in the presence of oxygen.plants that feed on insects for their nitrogen requirementsThe process by which an organism takes food and utilizes it...

NUTRITION IN PLANTS 2016-04-20

NUTRITION IN PLANTS crossword puzzle
Across
  1. tiny pores on the bottom of the leaf
  2. chemicals added to replenish the soil
  3. Process by which plants make food
  4. the mode of nutrition where two different organisms work together for mutual benefit
  5. green pigment in plants
Down
  1. other name for Pitcher Plant
  2. Saprophytic plant that humans consume
  3. animals that depend on others for nutrition
  4. plants that require host to gain nutrition
  5. liquid inside chloroplast

10 Clues: green pigment in plantsliquid inside chloroplastother name for Pitcher PlantProcess by which plants make foodtiny pores on the bottom of the leafSaprophytic plant that humans consumechemicals added to replenish the soilplants that require host to gain nutritionanimals that depend on others for nutrition...

NUTRITION IN PLANTS 2017-05-14

NUTRITION IN PLANTS crossword puzzle
Across
  1. - PROCESS OF TAKING IN FOOD BY AN ORGANISM AND ITS UTILIZATION BY THE BOBY
  2. - ALGA AND FUNGUS LIVING IN LICHEN FOR THIER MUTUALLY BENIFICIAL.
  3. - THE CHLOROPLASTS ARE GREEN BECAUSE OF THE GREEN PIGMENT.
  4. - PLANTS AND SOME BACTERIA SYNTHESISE THEIR OWN FOOD.
  5. - NON - FUNGI AND BACTERIA THAT USE THE MODE OF NUTRITION.
  6. - THE SYNTHESIS FOOD OCCURS IN THE PRENSENCE OF SUNLIGHT.
Down
  1. - NON - GREEN PLANTS THAT DERIVE THEIR FOOD FROM OTHERS.
  2. - IT CAN CONVERT ATMOSPHERIC NITROGEN INTO A SOLUBLE.
  3. - THE CELLS OF GREEN LEAVES AND YOUNG STEMS OF PLANT CONTAIN
  4. GREEN STRUCTURES.
  5. - THE PLANT FROM WHICH PARASITES GET ITS FOOD.

11 Clues: GREEN STRUCTURES.- THE PLANT FROM WHICH PARASITES GET ITS FOOD.- IT CAN CONVERT ATMOSPHERIC NITROGEN INTO A SOLUBLE.- PLANTS AND SOME BACTERIA SYNTHESISE THEIR OWN FOOD.- NON - GREEN PLANTS THAT DERIVE THEIR FOOD FROM OTHERS.- THE SYNTHESIS FOOD OCCURS IN THE PRENSENCE OF SUNLIGHT.- THE CHLOROPLASTS ARE GREEN BECAUSE OF THE GREEN PIGMENT....

NUTRITION IN PLANTS 2017-05-08

NUTRITION IN PLANTS crossword puzzle
Across
  1. the numerous openings found on the lower surface of the leaf
  2. the pigment in plant that captures solar energy
  3. the gas released during photosynthesis
  4. a soft and white substances foung growing on decomposing materials during the rainy season
  5. a plant that traps and feeds on insects
  6. a plant that feeds on decomposing materials
Down
  1. the process of taking in food by an organism and its utilization by the bosy
  2. the process carried out by plants to prepare food for themselves
  3. the good and friendly relationship between 2 organisms
  4. the plant from which a parasitic plant sucks its food
  5. the bacteria present in the soil which converts the atmospheric nitrogen into the water soluble compounds to be absorbed by the plants

11 Clues: the gas released during photosynthesisa plant that traps and feeds on insectsa plant that feeds on decomposing materialsthe pigment in plant that captures solar energythe plant from which a parasitic plant sucks its foodthe good and friendly relationship between 2 organismsthe numerous openings found on the lower surface of the leaf...

NUTRITION IN PLANTS 2017-05-06

NUTRITION IN PLANTS crossword puzzle
Across
  1. the chloroplasts are green because of the presence of this green pigment.
  2. components of food that are necessary for the body are carbohydrates, fats, vitamins and minerals. What are these called?
  3. Self feeding is known as...
  4. animals and non green plants are known as......
  5. The process of taking in food by an organism is called.....
  6. the mode of nutrition where two different organisms work together for their mutual benefit.
Down
  1. I live in or on other living organisms and derive their food from them
  2. Since the synthesis of food occurs in the presence of sunlight, it is called....
  3. Organisms that live on dead plants and animals and derive food from them.
  4. though the air contains a huge amount of this gas in the air, plants cannot absorb this gas directly
  5. the ultimate source of energy for all living organisms

11 Clues: Self feeding is known as...animals and non green plants are known as......the ultimate source of energy for all living organismsThe process of taking in food by an organism is called.....I live in or on other living organisms and derive their food from themthe chloroplasts are green because of the presence of this green pigment....

Nutrition in Plants 2017-05-06

Nutrition in Plants crossword puzzle
Across
  1. The plant from which a parasite gets it food
  2. A bacteria in soil which can convert atmospheric nitrogen into water-soluble compounds
  3. Organisms that directly or indirectly depend on green plants for nutrition
  4. Structures in cells that contain chorophyll
  5. The mode of nutrition where two different organisms work together for their mutual benefit
Down
  1. Organisms that can make their food from simple non-living substances
  2. Organisms that live on dead plants and animals and derive their food from them
  3. Singular of stomata
  4. Glucose is synthesized from carbon dioxide and water in the presence of sunlight and chlorophyll
  5. The process of taking in food by an organism and its utilization by the body
  6. Tiny pores present in leaves

11 Clues: Singular of stomataTiny pores present in leavesStructures in cells that contain chorophyllThe plant from which a parasite gets it foodOrganisms that can make their food from simple non-living substancesOrganisms that directly or indirectly depend on green plants for nutrition...

NUTRITION IN PLANTS 2016-05-23

NUTRITION IN PLANTS crossword puzzle
Across
  1. feeding
  2. why do we need food
  3. take water and minerals from host and can prepare food
  4. non-living components of the environment
  5. ultimate source of energy
Down
  1. atmospheric nitrogen converted to
  2. make up carbohydrates for photosynthesis
  3. another name for mango
  4. pitcher plant's twin
  5. combination of components
  6. stack of thylakoid

11 Clues: feedingstack of thylakoidwhy do we need foodpitcher plant's twinanother name for mangocombination of componentsultimate source of energyatmospheric nitrogen converted tomake up carbohydrates for photosynthesisnon-living components of the environmenttake water and minerals from host and can prepare food

NUTRITION IN PLANTS 2017-04-30

NUTRITION IN PLANTS crossword puzzle
Across
  1. Organisms that can make their food from simple non living substances.
  2. The mode of taking in food by an organism and its utilization by the body.
  3. Structures in cells that contain chlorophyll.
  4. Bacteria in soil in the soil than can convert atmospheric nitrogen into soluble compounds.
  5. The cells controls the opening and closing of stomata .
  6. The mode of nutrition where two different organisms work together for their mutual benefit
Down
  1. What does photo in photosynthesis refer to.
  2. Organisms that directly or indirectly depend on green plans for nutrition.
  3. Organisms that live on dead plants and animals and derive their food from them.
  4. Green pigments present in the leaves.
  5. Organisms that live in or on other living organism.

11 Clues: Green pigments present in the leaves.What does photo in photosynthesis refer to.Structures in cells that contain chlorophyll.Organisms that live in or on other living organism.The cells controls the opening and closing of stomata .Organisms that can make their food from simple non living substances....

nutrition in plants 2017-05-02

nutrition in plants crossword puzzle
Across
  1. relationship 2 organisms working together for their mutual benefit
  2. organisms which live in or on other living organisms and derive their food from them
  3. organisms which depend directly or indirectly on dead or decaying matter
  4. bacteria which converts atmospheric nitrogen into water - soluble compounds
  5. cells of green leaves and young stems of plants contain numerous green structures
  6. the process of taking in food by an organism and its utilization by the body
Down
  1. , auto ******** and **** is self and feeding
  2. plant from which a parasite gets its food
  3. plants organisms which get nutrients by insects using ingenious methods
  4. organisms which prepare food by their self
  5. carbohydrates , fats , proteins , vitamins and minerals

11 Clues: plant from which a parasite gets its foodorganisms which prepare food by their self, auto ******** and **** is self and feedingcarbohydrates , fats , proteins , vitamins and mineralsrelationship 2 organisms working together for their mutual benefitorganisms which depend directly or indirectly on dead or decaying matter...

Nutrition in Plants 2017-05-01

Nutrition in Plants crossword puzzle
Across
  1. Organisms that live on dead plants and animals.
  2. The process of taking food by an organism.
  3. They take water and minerals from the host plants.
  4. The mode of nutrition where two different organisms work together for their mutual benefit.
  5. The tiny pores in the leaves
Down
  1. Organisms that can make their own food.
  2. The process of making food by the plants for the entire living world.
  3. Organisms that directly or indirectly depend on green plants for nutrition.
  4. The green pigment in the chloroplasts.
  5. Organisms that live on or in other living organisms.

10 Clues: The tiny pores in the leavesThe green pigment in the chloroplasts.Organisms that can make their own food.The process of taking food by an organism.Organisms that live on dead plants and animals.They take water and minerals from the host plants.Organisms that live on or in other living organisms....