Plants That Mimic

Plant Defenses

When you look at a plant, how can you tell if it’s really the plant you think it is, or if it’s just playing pretend? Some plants practice mimicry, which is a defense mechanism that keeps them from being disturbed, or worse, eaten by enemies. Readers learn about plants that have evolved to practice mimicry and how it’s essential to their survival. Through colorful photographs of various plant species, as well as language that is designed to be fun yet informative, this title will turn any beginning science student into a budding botanist.

RL
Grades
3
IL
Grades
2-4
GRL
N
Details:
Product type:
ISBN: 978-1-4994-2152-1
Author: Louella Bath
Copyright: 2017
Reading Level: Grade 3
Interest Level: Grades 2-4
GRL: N
Dimensions: 6" x 9"

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