Root System Of Hibiscus

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Hibiscus rosa-sinensis is the scientific name for Hibiscus. Other places around the word may call it Chinese hibiscus, China-rosa, and Hawaiian hibiscus (USDA, ARS, National Genetic Resources Program). Hibiscus is native to East Asia, but may be seen in numerous places. It is widely cultivate around the world. Hibiscus rosa-sinensis came from the scientific classification: Kingdom is Plantae; unranked are Angiosperms, Eudicots, and Rosids; Order is Malvales; Family is Malvaceae; Genus is Hibiscus; and Species is H. rosa-sinensis (USDA, ARS, National Genetic Resources Program). In a flowering plants there are two main systems shoot system and root system. In the shoot system there are the apical buds, flowers, stem, leaf, axillary bud, petiole, node, and internode. …show more content…
Stigma connects to the ovary. Ovary is located below the flower. The ovary also has the ovule within it. The pedunkle is the lower most part of the follower. The pedunkle has the receptacle and the sepal. Right after the sepal is the petals. The petal is actually the flowers. The flowers attract pollinators by their colors like bees and hummingbirds. The flowers are a beautiful red that surround the ovary and the style. The leaf is a dark and has leaf veins form of a net pattern. The leaf is where the plants convert inorganic compounds to organic compounds. When the plants coverts those compound it use photosynthesis. Also the leaf has stomata that are small opening on the leaf. The stomata is where the plants has it gas exchange and how it regulate moisture. The top part of the steam is dark green and it move to light brown towards the roots system. The stem carries water and minerals from the leaves throughout the plants. In the root system they have the primary root, lateral root, and root tip. Root tip has root hairs, and root cap. The roots have a brownish tint to them. The root comes in random of sizes and

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