How Daily & Seasonal Cycles Affect Plants


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What kinds of cycles do plants follow?

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1. Why do stomata usually close during the night?

2. At what time of year do plants lose their leaves?

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About This Quiz & Worksheet

Over time plants have adapted to fit with daily and seasonal cycles. The quiz asks you questions about the type of cycles plants follow, the changes plants undergo at different times of the year, and the chemical process that allows plants to create energy.

Quiz & Worksheet Goals

For the quiz you will need to:

  • Identify the cycles plants follow
  • Explain why stomata typically close at night
  • Describe photosynthesis

Skills Practiced

  • Reading comprehension - identify the time of year when plants lose their leaves
  • Critical thinking - describe why a plant might lose its leaves at a different time of the year
  • Defining key concepts - Be able to provide a definition for the term photosynthesis

Additional Learning

If you would like to know more about this subject, view the lesson called How Daily & Seasonal Cycles Affect Plants. The lesson is based on these objectives:

  • Understand how plant cycles developed over time
  • See how daily cycles affect plants
  • Learn about the purpose of stomata
  • View the changes plants experience throughout different seasons