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  • Plant Alstroemeria Research Paper

    Alstromeria known by people as Peruvian lily or lily of the Incas or parrot lily is a south America genus of over 50 species of flowering plants with its natural habitat ranging from the cool mountain of the Andes in Chile, Peru and brazil and this magnificent flower was discovered in the 18th century by the Swedish scientist Clas alstromer Fabulously beautiful with varying shades of bright green, bright purple, orange, pink, rose, purple, red, yellow, white or salmon colors, this unique color…

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  • The Importance Of The Weeping Willow Tree

    campus walk around Queens Borough Community College was very interesting. We paid close attention to the plants and trees that grow around the campus. Of the variety of trees and plants, some were either planted or just naturally grows on campus grounds. There are employees that arrive on campus early in the morning and take care of the plants and grass found throughout the entire campus. Plants are widely known as the producer of oxygen that humans breathe in for respiratory purposes. However,…

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  • Life Cycle Of Plants Essay

    cycle of plants, including seed, seed germination, growth, and reproduction. AL.SC.3.4.8: Observing AL.SC.3.24: Relate plant structures to their function(s). Checklist  Standards are from Alabama State Course of Study  Standards include state, subject, and grade level abbreviations  Standards are…

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  • Explanations: Propeller Crab

    because of its huge claw resembling a fiddle, hence its name. 2.) Millipede-I knew this was millipede because it had 2 pairs of legs on each body segment, attached to the underside of its body. It also had spiracles on the underside of its body. Plants 1.) Rose-I knew this was a rose because it had multiple stamens, leaves that grew in alternate patterns on the stems, symmetric, unconnected petals that count up to four or five, prickles on the stems and bisexual reproductive parts. 2.)…

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  • Aquatic Ape Hypothesis Essay

    Introduced by Morgan in her Ted Talk clip, the aquatic ape hypothesis is an interesting take on human evolution. The hypothesis revolved around the idea that human beings evolved from “aquatic apes,” or our early ancestors who called that water their home. This hypothesis takes from the fact that humans share many characteristics with other marine mammals, such as being “naked,” having a layer of fat inside the skin, and having conscious control over breathing. Before this hypothesis, however…

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  • Summary Of Wicked Plants By Amy Stewart

    I chose Wicked Plants by Amy Stewart over the others on the list of approved books because it sounded more interesting and more relevant than some that just focused on one branch of Botany, instead of the entire wicked spectrum like Stewart does. I like how she breaks up the world of devious plants into seven distinct categories. The plants are reported on alphabetically with relation to their crime, but with a heading that falls under one of the seven wicked categories; deadly, destructive,…

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  • Similarities Between Plant And Animal Cell

    Observation of plant and animal cells through a light microscope. A cell is the most basic structure of any living organism and is capable of independently reproducing. Cells can be grouped into two categories, prokaryotic and eukaryotic. In a eukaryotic cell there are small organelles that carry out specific functions which can be compared to the organs in the human body. Some of these organelles include the nucleus, which holds the cells DNA, mitochondria, which produce ATP from glucose and…

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  • The Promise Of Biotechnology And The Threat Of World Hunger

    fighting against the hunger since the Green Revolution in the 20th Century, but we still have a long way to walk before its end (Borlaug, N. E. (October 2000). Ending World Hunger. The Promise of Biotechnology and the Threat of Antiscience Zealotry. Plant Physiology vol. 124 no. 2 487-490. Retrieved from http://www.plantphysiol.org/content/124/2/487#ref-list-1). That is why I believe that the Genetically Engineered (GE) food have a important role in feeding the future world population, because…

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  • Ferocactus Histrix Experiment

    16 snap-lock bags were labelled with the name of the group, the name of the seed species (either Rocket Salad or Ferocactus histrix and the GA concentration with 2 bags per concentration. 2 pieces of paper towel were placed inside each bag. 10 seeds that were appropriate to the label of the bag were spread in between the two paper towels. Each towel was wet with 3 mL of GA solution appropriate to the label on the bag. A pipette was used to prevent contaminating the seeds and to prevent from…

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  • Pepperwood Preserve Study

    Figure 1: Pepperwood Preserve study system for U. californica for susceptibility of P. ramorum depicted by climate and topography aerial map. No image rights are owned and the map was created by Celeste Dodge. Two red boxes in bottom right of the image indicates the approximate location of the two study sites. In October of 2016, bay leaves were collected at Pepperwood Preserve, Sonoma County at a study system composed of mixed evergreen forest that interfaces with nearby serpentine grasslands…

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