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Plant Organism and Human Organism

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on 22 May 2013

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Transcript of Plant Organism and Human Organism

Natalie Phan Plant PLANT organism
HUMAN organism Plants don't have skeletons, but their shape is held up by the part of the cell called the cell wall.
Plants also produce oxygen, which humans breathe in, and in return, humans breathe out carbon dioxide for plants.
Plants also contain the green chlorophyll and chloroplast, which is why they can make their own food!"Chloroplast is only featured in plant cells, and allows plants to get energy from the sun to make their own food.' Plants Human Organism Humans have skeletons that gives the body structure
The red blood cells in the body brings oxygen to all tissues in the body. Humans breathe in oxygen and exhale carbon dioxide, a gas waste.
Human body, the physical substance of the human organism, is composed of living cells organized into tissues, organs, and systems. -Both are living organisms.
-Both are multi-celled organisms.
-Both plants and humans need water, food, gases, and waste disposal. Similarities Differences: -Plants use sunlight for energy.
-Plants need Sun to photo-synthesize for oxygen.
-Plants is capable of self-nourished by using inorganic materials as a source of nutrients. -Humans uses food for energy.
-Humans can cellular respiration for oxygen.
-Human needs source of complex compound for nutrition to live and grow. Humans and plants are parts of the ecosystem that have their own purposes. They both depend on each other for survival. They have the same characteristics in some ways because they exchange oxygen and carbon dioxide. Together, they make a great team depending on each other! Hooray for plants and humans! Conclusion How are plant's organisms
from human organism?
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