Plants: Adaptation of plants - Dry Areas | Zalimu

Plants: Adaptation of plants - Dry Areas Adaptation of plants that grow in dry areas.

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Videos: 13
Lesson Length: 20 minutes
Languages: English
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About This Lesson

This is a standard 8 science lesson, taught in Term 2 during Week 10. In this lesson, students learn about plants. We cover adaptation of plants that grow in dry areas.

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What You Will Learn

    The following is covered in this lesson:

    1. Adaptation of plants that grow in dry areas
    2. Stems that can store water and spikelike leaves
    3. Reduced size of leaves and number of stomata
    4. Location of stomata and fewer leaves
    5. Shedding of leaves
    6. Folding up of leaves
    7. Covering of waxy material and shiny hairs on leaves
    8. Thick porous barks
    9. Storing food and water in roots

Lesson Content

  • KES200.00

Meet the Teacher

Elimu Holdings runs and manages a vast education network that focuses on improving the quality of education in the country and the African continent. We do this by leveraging advanced technology and consumer insights to deliver integrated solutions. Established in 2008, we have a decade-long, proud heritage as a leader in providing digital education content and solutions. Today we have secured a foothold around the country with over 700 websites for schools at all levels. We have only just scratched the surface of how technology can reshape education in today’s digital environment. With our expertise we hope to actualize our vision of becoming the leading provider of sustainable and functional technology for education in Africa. We are proud to partner with Zamu in providing video lessons for students in Kenya in line with the national syllabus.


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