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PLANTS Plants in Our Daily Life A plant(also called green plants) is a multi-cellular living organism,member of kingdom Plantae.It is at the base of the food web and are Autotrophs.Plants are considered as backbone of all life on Earth and essential resource for living oragnisms.Plants can be reffered as a factory which processes light into energy and manufactures food for it ownself as well as for other living things.Scientists have foundmore than 270,000 spieces of plants They include a host of...

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Cloning Plants

reproduction. Cuttings are taken from a mother plant in vegatative growth, and rooted in hydroponic medium to be grown as a separate plant. The offspring will be plants that are identical to the parent plant. Cloning preserves the character of your favorite plant. Cloning can make an ocean of green out of a single plant, so it is a powerful tool for growing large crops, and will fill a closet quickly with your favorite genetics. When you find the plant you want to be your "buddy" for the rest of your...

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Plants Traveling

“The Private Life of Plants: Traveling” was a useful documentary to help clarify my understanding on how plants manage to spread their seeds and germinate. I enjoyed watching the different time lapses for the species of plants and it helped me to see exactly what happens rather than reading it in a book or seeing a simple picture. I was amazed at all the different mechanisms plants used to travel around and not stick to just one area. I did not expect the pointy spines of plants to allow them to grip...

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Plants in Temperature

Plants in Temperature An Investigatory Project Presented To the High School Department of the New Jerusalem School In Partial Fulfilment of the Requirements in ...

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Green Plants

Green plants absorb light energy using chlorophyll in their leaves. They use it to react carbon dioxide with water to make a sugar called glucose. The glucose is used in respiration, or converted into starch and stored. Oxygen is produced as a by-product. This process is called photosynthesis. Temperature, carbon dioxide concentration and light intensity are factors that can limit the rate of photosynthesis. Plants also need mineral ions, including nitrate and magnesium, for healthy growth. They...

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Plant Competition

provide insight to the leading explanation for the developmental characteristics of individuals of a given species grown within high-density populations (Ungar, 1992). Developmental changes in; proportion of surviving individuals, forage biomass, plant height, number of seeds per individual, mean biomass of seeds per individual, number of seeds per pod, and mean root biomass will be observed among B. rapa low density populations against B. rapa high density populations to determine the density-dependent...

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Non-Native Invasive Plants

organic materials which are used for cellular function (Wikipedia). Plants are an example of this kind of organism. A current scientific topic in regard to photoautotrophs is the topic of non-native invasive plants. When a plant is non-native, or exotic, it means that it is not originally from the United States. They are often brought to an area by accident, possibly for agricultural or horticultural purposes. An invasive plant is one that is established, then expand and reproduce on their own...

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Color Effect on Plants

to show the effects that different colors of light have on plant growth. We separated our plants into different boxes and then covered the openings with colored cellophane. We conducted this experiment for approximately two weeks. Out of the colors blue, green, red, and yellow, the plant behind the blue cellophane grew the most. Research Problem What effects does different color light have on plant growth? Hypothesis The plants will grow taller under the red and blue light opposed to the...

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The allelopathic effects of plants

OF PLANTS Raluca Elena Hedes STRUCTURE: PART 1: Clarifying THEORETICAL CONCEPTS and TERMINOLOGY ¨  PART 2: Aspects of PRACTICAL APLICABILITY ¨  PART 3: SOURCES ¨  PART 4: Q&A ¨  The term allelopathy… ¨  ¨  •  •  1937 – introduced by Prof. Hans Molisch Derived from the Greek words: Allelon = of each other Pathos = to suffer Definition ¨  1996 - The International Allelopathy Society: “Any process involving secondary metabolites produced by plants, micro-organisms...

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How Plants Benifits Humans

Introduction Plants are some of the most important organisms on earth. They perform a multitude of services that keep ecosystem functioning. Plants provide us with food, medicine, and they perform photosynthesis which converts carbon dioxide into oxygen and in so doing remove carbon dioxide from the atmosphere, provide us with many everyday products and are very beautiful to look at. (Morgan 2009) Plants provide us with energy through food Food provides humans with energy that allows us to...

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