Respiration and Photosynthesis
These titles utilize a high-interest, magazine-like design and approach to teach science in a way that appeals to teens. Digestible chunks of information, along with clear introductions and summaries of important content in each chapter, encourage reluctant and struggling readers to approach, read, and learn important, tested science content. Each title take son a key area of content found in U.S. national science content curriculum standards and delivers that information using colorful illustrations, photos, quizzes, charts, and graphs.
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Activity algae Baptista van Helmont biomass Breathing Buddies capture carbohydrates carnivores celery certified wood chemical energy chlorophyll color Consumers contain chloroplasts cotton ball cuticle decaying organic materials decomposers Dermal tissue Earth ecosystem energy from food epidermis food chain Germinate Seeds glucose green pigment Guard cells herbivores Jan Baptista Joseph Priestley layer leaf strips live off stored living organisms living planet living things meat-eating mesophyll microscope minerals Mitochondria nutrients omnivores organelles paper towel perform photosynthesis phloem Photosynthesis takes place Phototropism plants and animals Producers rainforests release carbon dioxide release oxygen respiration takes place roots seaweed soil solar energy stalk starch stomata stored energy sugar Sun's energy sunlight sunny Sustainable Forestry Initiative take in air take in carbon take in oxygen three major plant thrive tiny pores tissue Plant tissue transportation system trees tubers Vascular tissue veins Venus flytrap water to pass winter Xylem xylem and phloem