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  • Aquatic Plants - 1089 Words
    There are more to aquatic plants than just floating on the surface of water. Aquatic plants are plants that can adapt and live in a freshwater environment. They are sometimes called hydrophytes. These include plants that live in fresh wetlands, swamps, ponds, lakes, and marshes. This type of plant actually serves two important functions. First, they help oxygenate water (2006) and they provide nutrients and food for some fishes (Tappin, 2003). There are many types of aquatic plants including...
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  • Medicinal Plants - 1416 Words
    1. ALOE VERA Description: Botanical name: Aloe Vera Family: Liliaceae SANSKRIT SYNONYMS Kumari, Grithakumari, Grihakanya PLANT NAME IN DIFFERENT LANGUAGES English : Aloe, Indian aloe Hindi : Gheekaumar, Ghikumari Distribution – Cultivated in the dry areas of India PLANT DESCRIPTION a perennial shrub with fleshy leaves and short stem. Leaves...
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  • Seed Plants - 762 Words
    The three main organs in a plant are roots , stems, and leaves. Roots absorb water and dissolved nutrients from soil. They anchor plants to the ground. Roots are able to do all of these jobs because they grow , they develop complex branching networks that penetrate the soil and grow between soil particles. Stems hold a plants leaves up to the sun. Leaves are the organ in which plants capture the suns energy. These tissues must be protected against water loss to dry air. That’s why most plants...
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  • Plant Reproduction - 756 Words
    Plants have two different ways to reproduce. The first one is vegetative reproduction. With this type all the plants that have the same parent have the same genetic make-up. This also lets plants pass adaptations on that they have abtained over the years. Plants with good genetic make-up usually spread quickly and take over an area. An example of this would be the dandelion. These plants can sprout from any part of the plant. An example of this is the potato, farmers will pick the potatoes and...
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  • Fast Plants - 486 Words
    Fast Plants By: Kinser Haselhuhn Biology 111 Section Y Professor Brittingham 4/19/13 Abstract: Introduction: Materials and Methods: To begin the fast plants experiment, each group received the F1 generation seeds for their designated phenotypes. After receiving the seeds, the seeds were then planted into Styrofoam “quads” allowing the seeds to germinate. The seeds were then allowed to grow under a fluorescent light bank for 5 weeks. Throughout the growing of the seeds, each...
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  • Plant report - 1086 Words
    Biology 9 CP Per 3 November 7, 2011 Plants and Nitrogen Lab Report Introduction: Plants need ammonia, a combination of nitrogen and hydrogen, or nitrate, a form of inorganic nitrogen to grow. Most nitrogen is found in the atmosphere. However, plants and animals cannot directly absorb the nitrogen found in the atmosphere. Instead nitrogen gas is captured from the air by species of bacteria that lie in the water, soil, or grow on the roots of some plants. These bacteria convert...
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  • Plant Reproduction - 1877 Words
    Plants can reproduce asexually or sexually. To reproduce asexually, plants use rhizoids, fragmentation, or budding. Strawberries, crab grass, and Bermuda grass are examples of plants that reproduce with rhizoids. The creeping Charlie is an example of a plant that reproduces through fragmentation. The banana is an example of a plant that reproduces through budding. Sexual reproduction in plants involves male and female plant organs. The female structures invovled in sexual reproduction are...
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  • Plant Pathology - 406 Words
    Bacterial leaf blight Xanthomonas oryzae pv. oryzae The bacterium is aerobic, gram negative, non spore forming, rod with size ranging from 1-2 x 0.8-1.0µm with monotrichous polar flagellum. Bacterial colonies are circular, convex with entire margins, whitish yellow to straw yellow colored and opaque. Favorable Conditions Clipping of tip of the seedling at the time of transplanting Heavy rain, heavy dew, flooding, deep irrigation water Severe wind and temperature of 25-30 C Symptoms:...
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  • Medicinal Plants - 904 Words
    LIST OF IMPORTANT MEDICINAL PLANTS AND THEIR USES NB: (Fam - Family, T – Tree, H – Herb, C – Climber, S- shrub) Plant Common name / Maturity period Amla ( T )After 4th year Botanical Name Parts or Family Used Emblica officinalis Fruit Fam euphorbiaceac Saraca Asoca Bark Fam : Flower Caesalpinanceac Withania Root, Somnifera Leafs Fam: Solanaccac Average Medicinal Use Price( Rs. / Kg ) Rs 15 – Vitamin – C, Cough 45/kg , Diabetes, cold, Laxativ, hyper acidity. Dry Bark Menstrual Pain, Rs 125/kg...
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  • Aquatic Plants - 342 Words
    Fixed 1. A thin cuticle. Cuticles primarily discourage water loss; thus most hydrophytes have no need for cuticles. 2. Stomata that are open most of time because water is abundant and therefore there is no need for it to be retained in the plant. This means that guard cells on the stomata are generally inactive. 3. An increased number of stomata, that can be on either side of leaves. 4. A less rigid structure: water pressure supports them. 5. Flat leaves on surface plants...
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  • Plant Body - 826 Words
    PLANT BODY Two Categories of Plant cells: 1.) Meristematic cells – embryonic, undifferentiated and capable of cell division • Apical meristem – located at root and shoot ends • Lateral meristem – run parallel to the long axis of roots and stems – where somatic cells undergo mitosis 2.) Differentiated/Permanent Cells – specialized in structure and usually do not divide • Simple Permanent Tissue – dermal tissue system and ground tissue system › Dermal tissue system – outer surfaces...
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  • The Seed: Morphology, Polyembryony and Germination
    Laboratory Exercise No. 1 The Seed: Morphology, Polyembryony and Germination Dela Paz, Lady Daisy DL. U-2L ABSTRACT The main idea of the exercise is being familiarize with the seed and seed germination of some species. In this exercise, the students used seeds of various fruits and vegetables and allowed them to germinate. For the first part of the exercise, all the species used exhibited polyembryony. For the second part, Okra showed epigeal germination while on the other hand corn...
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  • Discuss the Advantage and Disadvantage of Terrestrial Plant and Aquatic Plant
    Student Name: Kwok Matthew Chun Wai Discuss the advantages and disadvantages for plants of living in an aqueous environment compared to a terrestrial one? Introduction: Plants are commonly classified to two main types: aquatic plant and land plant. They have different features to adapt the living environment. What by meant is that they require different adaptions to stay alive in their respective environment such as humidity and structure of leaves. Aquatic plants referred to as hydrophytes...
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  • INK FROM ALUGBATI PLANT
    INK FROM ALUGBATI PLANT D. K. Collado, M. J. Catada INTRODUCTION Ink is widely used over the years to color a surface to produce an image, text or design. Ink is used for drawing or writing with a pen, brush or a quill. The two most used black writing inks in history are carbon inks and iron gall inks. A shrubby plant, Malabar Nightshade, Alugbati in native terms inhabits a watery surface in wetlands. Nightshade family has about 90 genera and 2600...
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  • Plant Structure and Function - 273 Words
    Plant Structure and Function Plant Body  The unique organization of tissues in flowering plants is part of the reason why they are the dominant group of the plant kingdom. Monocots and Dicots Meristems  Meristems – region of undifferentiated cells that can divide rapidly.  Apical meristems – shoots and tip of roots (primary growth)  Lateral meristems – thickening of the cambium (secondary growth) Plant Tissues Plant Tissues   Xylem – conducts water and mineral ions; fluids...
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  • How to Plant a Garden - 915 Words
    Planting a vegetable garden is not just digging up a patch of the earth and planting a seed. There is much more to vegetable garden. It takes thought, planning and time to plant a vegetable garden. The proper area to plant your vegetables, a decent layout of your garden and a good idea of what you would like to plant are all important things to take to into consideration when decide to grown your own vegetables. The first thing that you should do when planting a vegetable garden is to...
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  • Plant Life Chapter 38
    Chapter 38 Plant reproduction and Development Sexual Reproduction 1. In general terms, explain how the basic plant life cycle with alternation of generations is modified in angiosperms. The basic plant life cycle with alternation of generations is modified in angiosperms by the change of haploid (n) and diploid (2n) generations, which take turns making each other. 2. List four floral parts in order from outside to inside a flower.  Sepals  Petals  Stamen  Carpels 3....
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  • Biology Plant Free Response
    1. Water diffuses into a plant through its root hairs and then travels into the parenchymal cells of the cortex along the symplast and the apoplast. Then the water moves to the endodermis where it freely passes into the vascular cylinder and into the xylem. Once the water is in the xylem it moves upward toward the leaves. Then the water diffuses from the roots where the water potential is the highest to the air spaces in the leaves where the water potential is the lowest. From the veins in the...
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  • Function of Plant Organs - 469 Words
    Plants Organs As was noted in the previous chapter, most plant cells are specialized to a greater or lesser degree, and arranged together in tissues. A tissue can be simple or complex depending upon whether it is composed of one or more than one type of cell. Tissues are further arranged or combined into organs that carry out life functions of the organism. Plant organs include the leaf, stem, root, and reproductive structures. The first three are sometimes called the...
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  • Antitermitic Property of Plant Extract
    ANTITERMITICPROPERTYOF PLANT EXTRACT Artemisia vulgaris Linn.(Damong Maria) AND Manikarazapota Linn. (Chico) Daño Manuel Victor A. ErmoginoAlgen F. Southern Luzon State University College of Arts and Sciences B. S. Biology March 2013 Chapter I INTRODUCTION Coptotermesvastator or Philippine milk termitesare social insectsthat raise their young as a group of workers, soldiers and reproductive queen and king. They cause significant losses to annual and...
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  • How to Plant Moringa - 2155 Words
    How to Plant & Grow Moringa The Moringa is a fast growing tree that can reach up to 3 meters in its first year. Moringa is an ideal plant to grow in your own backyard. Get a little Moringa in your diet, you can grow your own multivitamin! The Moringa tree grows to about 10 tall, with drooping branches. It thrives in subtropical and tropical climates, giving fruit and flowers continually. However Moringa grows best in dry, sandy soil. This makes it an ideal tree to grow in semi-desert...
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  • Organization of the Plant, Body and Its Functions
    Q-1. Define pollination? Ans. The transfer of pollen grains from the anthers to the stigma of the carpel is called pollination. Q-2. What is the male part of flower called? Ans. Stamen is the male part of a flower. Q-3. What is an inflorescence? Ans. When a group of flower arranged on the flowering stem in a specific manner is called an inflorescence. Q-4. What is a dicotyledonous seed? Ans. Many flowering plants have two cotyledons in their seeds. They are called dicotyledonous....
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  • Legend of Banana Plant - 436 Words
    Legend of the Banana Plant In the early days when the world was new, spirits and ghosts lurked everywhere. They lived in gloomy caves, they hid in anthills and tree trunks they frolicked in nooks and corners under the houses. In the dark, sometimes their tiny voices could be heard dimly, or their ghostly presence be felt. But they were never seen. It was during these days of phantoms and unseen spirits that a young and beautiful girl lived. Her name was Raya, and she was a girl bold and...
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  • Monocotyledonous and Dicotyledonous Plants - 555 Words
    Monocotyledonous and dicotyledonous plants. [pic] Dicotyledonous and Monocotyledonous plants Table of contents i. Cover page ii. Table of contents iii. Introduction iv. Definition of a Monocotyledonous plant v. Definition of a Dicotyledonous plant vi. Comparison of characteristics of Monocotyledonous and Dicotyledonous plants vii. Sample of a Monocotyledonous plant viii. Sample of a Dicotyledonous...
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  • Important Facts about a Plant
     Botany Essay Questions 1. Pollination is a crucial process of how plants reproduce, in which the male sex cell of the flower, pollen, is transferred from the stamen to the carpel, or more specifically, from the anther to the stigma. Pollen grains are completely different and unique for each flower, they carry the male and female genetic information and it is split exactly 50/50. The transfer is carried out by pollinators, which include bees, wasps, flies, butterflies, moths, several...
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  • Plant elab book - 2593 Words
    By the end of this topic you should be able to answer the following learning outcomes: Big Idea 1 The biological processes occurring in plants Essential question(s) you should ask yourself while studying this part of the topic: What is the life cycle and structure of a plant? Understand the life cycle of a plant Describe the structure and function of parts of the plant Describe the transport of water through a plant Why are leaves, flowers and seeds important? Describe the process of...
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  • Growth Stages of a Rice Plant
    Introduction: The rice plant has tillers which are a characteristic of grass plants; however they have recognized a way of growing the plant which causes it to create the best grain possible. Discussion: Vegetative: In this stage the plant germinates and gradually grows taller and leaves emerge at steady intervals. Germination: The root elongates through the seed coat and anchors into the soil. The primary leaf (coleoptile) also elongates and breaks through the seed coat. Early...
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  • The Effect of Caffeine on Plant Growth
    Effec | Effect of caffeine on plant growth | Description This science fair project was performed to find out the effect on plant growth of adding caffeine to the soil. The experiment was done by using mung bean plants and watering them daily with water, water mixed with caffeine and with a coffee mixture. Hypothesis The mung beans watered using the coffee mixture will grow the fastest. Overview Caffeine and plant growth The effect of adding caffeine to the soil and its effect on...
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  • Materials and Methods fast plants
     Eimear McGuire April 11th, 2015 BIOL 2071-001 Amber Carver Brassica rapa: Materials and Methods In this lab we investigated the inheritance of three traits in a plant called Brassica rapa. The three traits that were investigated were presence or absence of anthocyanin, the color of plants, and the presence or absence of multicolored leaves. In this experiment we used the F1, Non-Purple Stem, Hairless Brassica rapa Wisconsin Fast Plant. The F1...
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  • Plant Growth and Development - 3958 Words
    http://www.unaab.edu.ng COURSE CODE: COURSE TITLE: NUMBER OF UNITS: COURSE DURATION: PCP 504 PLANT GROWTH AND DEVELOPMENT 3 UNITS 3 HOURS PER WEEK COURSE DETAILS: COURSE DETAILS: Course Coordinator: Email: Office Location: Other Lecturers: DR A.O.OLAIYA olaiyaao@unaab.edu.ng Room 131, COLPLANT Prof V.I.O OLOWE, Prof P.O.ADETILOYE, DR M.O.ATAYESE, DR O.S SAKARIYAWO COURSE CONTENT: Seed germination and dormancy. Juvenility and senescence. Translocation and respiration in crops, role...
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  • Notes on the Plant Kingdom - 1167 Words
    Plant Kingdom * Bryophyta * Non-vascular (no xylem or phloem) * Reliance on diffusion and osmosis * Ergo, size restriction to damp areas * Reproduce via haploid spores * No roots; rhizoids * No true stems * Possible earliest colonists of land. * Moss, liverworts, hornworts * Filicinophyta * Seedless (male gamete meets female gametes) * Vascular (xylem carry water and phloem carry nutrients) * Ferns, club mosses,...
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  • The Role of Fire Ecology in Plant Succession
    Succession is defined as a directional change in community composition and structure over time (Gurevitch et al, 2002). Succession is either primary or secondary. In primary succession plants grow and colonize earth for the first time. In secondary succession plants inhabit and colonize earth that was once inhabited by plants life. A wildfire is one example of secondary succession. When a disturbance in the environment occurs, such as a wildfire, either part or all of the community is...
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  • The Effect of Paper as Fertilizer for a Calamansi Plant
    IP GRP. 3 Agravante, Jaime Carlos Albarece, Reeno Carpio, JM Villa, Rap-Rap The Effect Of Different Kinds of Paper as Compost on the Height of a Plant Data: Quantitative: Height of Cirtrafortunella microcarpia (inches) | Set up | Start of experiment | Week 1 | Week 2 | Week 3 | Week 4 | Week 5 | A | 23.5 | 23.8 | 24.3 | 25 | 25.4 | 26 | B | 23.5 | 24 | 24.7 | 25.5 | 25.9 | 26.3 | C | 23.5 | 23.5 | 24.2 | 24.9 | 25.4 | 26.2 | D | 23.5 | 24.2 | 24.5 |...
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  • The Effect of Vitamin C on Plant Growth
    The Effect of Vitamin C on Plant Growth Aim: To determine the effect of salt/ sugar/ caffeine/ vitamin C on seed germination. Hypothesis: The plant will grow slowly or die due to the Vitamin C. Equipment: * 2 cups * 2 measuring cups * Water * Vitamin C/ orange Juice * Soil * 4 seed (2 for each cup) * A ruler Method: 1. Pour ¾ of soil into each cup 2. Plant 2 seeds into each cup. Put it about half way down the soil 3. Mix 1mL of orange juice with...
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  • Fermented Plant Juice as Organic Deodorizer in Piggery Waste
    Fermented Plant Juice as Deodorizer in Piggery Waste In Partial Fulfillment of the Requirements in Biotechnology Presented to the Faculty of Santa Barbara National Comprehensive High School Special Science Class – Biotechnology Santa Barbara National Comprehensive High School By: Sepacio, Ma. Gelene Rose Sondia, Mary France Sarroza, Shiela Mae July 2013 Abstract The major problem of people is the foul odor in pig farms. It contains noxious ammonia...
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  • Chicken Bones and Malunggay Stalks as Plant Growth Enhancer
    SUMMARY, FINDINGS, CONCLUSION, AND RECOMMENDATION 3.1 Summary Agriculture is one of the vital movers of a country’s economy. In the Philippines, almost one third of the total land area of 29.187 million hectares is under intensive cultivation. There is a high potential of generating labor and livelihood and agricultural products and by-products processing and intensification and diversification of agricultural product systems. These potentials however, are being hindered due to lack of...
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  • Adaptations plants had to make to be able to survive on land
    Many years ago, plants made the drastic move from water onto land. Although at first they had a very difficult time surviving on land, they gradually became acclimated to their new terrestrial habitat. This was only after they had formed adaptations to overcome a slew of problems that plagued them on land. For example, they had needed an aquatic environment for both reproduction and to support the plant body, and they had to adapt to living without their aquatic surroundings. In addition, they...
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  • Complete Plant Description of Colocasia Esculenta (Linn.) Schott, Taro
    PLANT DESCRIPTION Colocasia esculenta (Linn.) Schott, Taro (native to Southeast Asia).Araceae Plant a perennial herb, up to 30-150 cm tall. Root contractile adventitious root grown downwards. Stems (underground) brown-skinned and white fleshed cylindrical corm, up to 10-30 cm long and 10-15 cm in diameter. Leaf Scar composed outwardly of concentric rings around the corm. Vascular Bundle Scar pattern is scattered. Buds axillary buds oriented vertically in dumb-bell shape on top of corm. Leaves...
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  • The Procedures for Using Dried Papaya Leaves As Organic Mulch for Tomato Plants
    Organic mulches help reduce erosion and conserve water. They also help moderate soil temperatures and discourage weeds, helping tomato plants grow larger and healthier. While it's possible to buy commercial material for this purpose, converting fallen leaves into natural homemade mulch is both more environmentally friendly and less costly. Papaya leaves are an especially good choice due to their large size and potential insect-repellent abilities. Collection The average papaya leaf stays on...
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  • The Effects of Tannery Wastewater on the Development of Different Plant Species and Chromium Accumulation in Phragmites Australis
    The Effects of Tannery Wastewater on the Development of Different Plant Species and Chromium Accumulation in Phragmites australis Cristina S. C. Calheiros Æ Anto´ nio O. S. S. Rangel Æ Paula M. L. Castro Abstract Toxicity tests were performed to assess the effect of tannery wastewater with different treatment levels on two wetland plants, Phragmites australis and Typha latifolia, which are frequently used in constructed wetlands (CWs) for water...
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  • The Camanchile and the Passion - 309 Words
    The Camanchile and the Passion (Plant Fable) Once upon a time there grew in a forest a large camanchile tree with spreading branches. Near this tree grew many other trees with beautiful fragrant flowers that attracted travellers. The camanchile had no fragrant flowers; but still its crown was beautifully shaped, for the leaves received as much light as the leaves of the other trees. But the beauty of the crown proved of no attraction to travellers, and they passed the...
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  • MISHMOSH - 424 Words
    1.20 Unguided Experiment – Response of plants towards light . Subtopik : 1.9 Memahami rangsangan dan tindak balas . Hasil P&P : Menyatakan rangsangan yang menyababkan gerak balas tumbuhan, mengenal pasti bahagian tumbuhan yang peka terhadap rangsangan tertentu dan menghubung kait gerak balas tumbuhan dengan kemandiriannya ....
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  • germination of seeds - 385 Words
     Germination is the growing of the seed into a plant. The seed leaves showing the start of germination 1) Stage 1 – The Seed A bean seed will soon grow and become into a bean plant....
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  • Rapid Cycling Brassicas - 992 Words
    Rapid Cycling Brassica Investigations Jeffery Gray Abstract: Rapid-cycling brassicas has been used by researchers because of traits that make it convenient to study such as: short life cycle, rapid flowering time and seed maturation, small size, and ability to grow under 24 hour fluorescent light, etc... These traits make RCBr's valuable laboratory models for students to study inheritance and selection along with evolution. Trichome/hairs on plants are extremely variable in...
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  • Bean Report - 2086 Words
    DEVELOPMENT OF THE INTERNODE LENGTH OF VIGNA RADIATA WHEN GROWN UNDER DIFFERENT LIGHT INTENSITIES ABSTRACT Throughout their growth plants exhibit varying ways to adapt and change depending on their circumstances, with changes in the amount of available light being a major factor in plant growth. The aim of the study was to determine whether there are significant differences in the growth patterns of Vigna radiata when grown under varying light intensities. Plants were grown in two different...
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  • Actinomorphic - 387 Words
    ------------------------------------------------- Actinomorphic Most flowers are actinomorphic ("star shaped", "radial"), meaning they can be divided into 3 or more identical sectors which are related to each other by rotation about the centre of the flower. Typically, each sector would contain one petal, one sepal and so on. It may or may not be possible to divide the flower into symmetrical halves by the same number of longitudinal planes passing through the axis: Oleander is an example of a...
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  • Akapulko - 562 Words
    Akapulko Ringworm Bush Family: Fabaceae Scientific Name: Cassia alata L. Plant Description: Akapulko is a coarse, erect, branched shrub, 1.5 to 3 meters high. Leaves are pinnate and 40 to 60 centimeters long, with orange rachis on stout branches. Each leaf has 16 to 28 leaflets, 5 to 15 centimeters in length, broad and rounded at the apex, with a small point at the tip. Leaflets gradually increase in size from the base towards the tip of the leaf. Inflorescences are terminal and at...
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  • Physical Changes on a Flower - 661 Words
    [pic] The Stages of a Flower from Seed to Bloom (The process by which flowers changed physically) It usually takes at least seven weeks for a flower propagated from a seed to bloom. The growth and development of flowers occurs over several weeks from the germination of seeds planted in the ground to the time in which flowers bloom. The entire process happens in about five stages for most...
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  • Music - 258 Words
    Once upon a time there was a cherry blossom tree, and spring was just starting. All of the trees around her started to grow beautiful flowers, and so did she. As the weather became warmer, more flowers grew all over her branches, until she became the most beautiful cherry blossom in her park. One day though, she looked around and noticed the ground was littered with something. As the wind blew the soft pink petals up around her trunk, she saw, horrified, the petals of the trees around her...
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  • Descriptive Essay - 414 Words
    It’s a mild September afternoon and here I am with my hair pulled up, wearing a white tank top, black shorts and my favorite hiking shoes, enjoying nature at its best. I’m on a trail that I’ve never hiked before, however I have yet to be disappointed by the views. As I look towards the sun, the few clouds I see floating in the sky are being nudged along by a lazy breeze that is just strong enough to cause my bangs to lightly dance across my forehead. To my left I see a flock birds flying...
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  • Potted Strawberry: Planting Methods
    Potted strawberry planting methods A, choose basin, soil and varieties. Potted with basin choice diameter mouth in the 20-30 centimeters of ceramic bowl advisable. Basin soil choose humus content higher soil. The four varieties of Europe JiGong, changhong 2, 83-38 etc excellent four seasons strawberry variety pot for good. Many times throughout the year can blossom and bear fruit. Second, the cultivation technology. Potted time all the year round all but. But in the garden on the seedling...
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  • Competition between Chara aspera and P. pectinatus as a function of temperature and light
     Critical Review 1 Competition between Chara aspera and Potamogeton pectinatus as a function of temperature and light Introduction In the article “Competition between Chara aspera and Potamogeton pectinatus as a function of temperature and light” by authors Marcel S. Van den Berg, Hugo Coop, Jan Simons and Annemarie de Keizer, it was theorized that one type of aquatic plant may be a better competitor for sunlight than another plant that is more...
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  • Fact Sheet About White Bird-of-Paradise
    Fact Sheet ST-604 October 1994 Strelitzia nicolai White Bird-of-Paradise1 Edward F. Gilman and Dennis G. Watson2 INTRODUCTION White Bird-of-Paradise is most often planted for its large, banana-like leaves and upright, clumping stalks which give an exotic feel to the landscape (Fig. 1). Plants can reach 20 to 30 feet in height with a spread of 10 feet though they are often seen much smaller. The five to eight-foot-long, cold-tender leaves are arranged in a fanlike display from the erect...
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  • tree identification mark of sundari tree
    Name: Sundari Scientific name: Seritiera Littoralis Family name: Sterculiaceae Identification mark: The tree may grow up to 25 m , trunk straight, leaves elliptic, roots with pneumatophores and blind roots sucker, bell shaped flower are small, about 5mm, unisexual , orange to pinkish, fruits are formed in cluster. wood is hard, red is color. Fruiting and Flowering season: Seed collection: Collecting from natural seed fall: 1. Clear the ground beneath the tree of leaves,...
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  • E Commerce - 359 Words
    INSERTION:- “ ATTACHMENT OF THE LEAVES TO THE STEM OR BRANCHES” TYPES OF THE INSERTION:- 1. CAULINE:- “IN THIS TYPE LEAVES ARE PRESENT ON THE MAIN STEM” e.g SUN FLOWER (Helianthus annus ) 2. RAMAL:-“LEAVES ARE PRESENT AT BRANCHES”e.g SHEESHAM (Dalbergia sisso ) 3. RAMAL AND CAULINE:-“LEAVES ARE PRESENT ON BOTH MAIN STEM AND BRANCHES” TYPES OF LEAVES (BASED ON LAMINA):- 1.SIMPLE LEAVES:- “LEAVES HAVE ONLY ONE PIECE OF LAMINA” e.g. MANGO , DALBERGIIA SISSO 2.COMPOUND...
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  • lets talk green - 438 Words
     Project Proposal: Let’s talk Green Attention: Jesline Wong and Sakina Begum (Deputy-Chairpersons) MDIS Staff, Advisory Committee, MDIS Student Council Prepared by: Lim Bae Wei and Jayson Edward Thu Shein Tun 3rdth April 2015 Introduction “Let’s talk green” is a new campaign that has been brought up into the student council by the new executive community in the student body. It is an idea of a...
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  • Casuarina - 254 Words
    Resilience and Resistance Adaptations to dry climate include scale-light verticillate leaves, waxy leaves and modified needle-like twigs for reducing transpiration by means of sunken stomata lying in grooves, hairs, thickened cells and cuticle. Roots have nodules with symbiotic nitrogen fixing bacteria. It is salt tolerant, enables it to adapted to growth on sand dunes and also as lower branches root and upright branches develop. Reproductive Structures C. equisetifolia male flowers growing...
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  • Flower - 1059 Words
    Flower arrangement is the combination of several elements to produce a visually pleasing display of fresh, silk or dried flowers. Flowers are arranged in several basic designs, including vertical, horizontal, triangular, crescent, and oval arrangements. Other options include a minimal arrangement, such as the lazy “S” or “Hogarth’s Curve,” and free-standing arrangements. Hogarth’s curve is named for English painter William Hogarth who introduced designs shaped like the curves of the letter “s”...
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  • Bio Monocot and Dicot - 501 Words
    Bruce Yeung 25-11-2012 Biology Lab Comparing and Contrasting Monocots and Dicots Question: In this Investigation, live plant specimens of flowering plants would be used to classify plants as monocots or dicots. Hypothesis: Monocots have one embryonic seed leave while Dicots have two. Monocots have one cotyledon in seed while dicots have two. Xylems and Phloem are in circular shape in dicots, while monocots’ are scattered. Monocots have the...
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  • Stem Cutting - 309 Words
    Types of Stem Cutting! Herbaceous Cuttings These cutting are made from non-woody plants such as house plants and perennials. Appromaxite a three to five inch piece of stem is removed from the parent plant. Leaves on the lower section roughly about one third to one half of the stem are removed. A higher percentage of the cuttings roots germinate and they do so quickly. Softwood Cuttings (Leafed cuttings) These cuttings are prepared from soft, woody plants just as they are...
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  • Trichomes - 464 Words
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