Plant warfare

Watch the following video and answer the following questions:

True or false?
a) Many plants need to defend themselves against herbivores.
b) Some plants grow close to herbivores so they can be eaten more easily.
c) Acacia trees support ants as a protection against larger herbivores.
d) Some plants produce lethal poison to protect themselves.
e) Roses and cacti are attractive to herbivores

Give a synonym of the following words:

1) Warfare
2) Inconspicuous
3) Bother
4) Confront
5) Noxious
6) Summon
7) Aid

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7 Responses to Plant warfare

  1. Cecilia 2ºB says:

    translation of the words:
    -WARFARE: fighting, war, conflict.
    -INCONSPICUOUS: unnoticeable, indefinite.
    -BOTHER: irritate, annoy.
    -CONFRONT: oppose, challenge, defy.
    -NOXIOUS: harmful, poisonous.
    -SUMMON:call.
    -AID: help

  2. Carlos m. says:

    a)true
    b)false
    c)true
    d)true
    e)false

  3. Lydia 2ºA says:

    True or False?
    a)TRUE
    b)FALSE
    c)TRUE
    d)TRUE
    e)FALSE

    I’ve enjoyed a lot this video!!! (:

  4. sara 2B says:

    the third question it’s true!

  5. Lydia says:

    I think that the second question it is true.
    For example elphants will not eat a plant if this plant grows in a mountain.

  6. Alicia says:

    I agree with Lydia and Carlos:
    a) True d) True
    b) False e) False
    c)True
    Nicole have done great video!

  7. Miguel 2ºA says:

    a)True
    b)False
    c)True
    d)True
    e)False
    I liked the video, very interesting I think.

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