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  • Water Tension In Xylem Channels

    The main objective of this study was to determine whether the rate of cavitation in xylem channels correlates with tree height by measuring the water tension from leaves at the top against leaves from the bottom of Acer Platanoides (Norway Maple) trees. We hypothesized that water tension would be higher at the top of trees than at the bottom. The secondary focus was to determine if varying water tension would affect the structural composition of leaves. In order to identify a relationship, we…

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  • Garcinia L. Case Study

    Garcinia L. is a pantropically distributed genus with high species richness in south East Asia, and composed of 240 woody tree species. In India the genus represented by 36 species including 6 endemic to Western Ghats only. For Genus Garcinia Western Ghats is considered as secondary center for origin (Abraham et al. 2006). It includes G. indica (Thouars) Choisy, G. gummi-gutta (L.) Robs., G. hombroniana Pierre and G. xanthochymus Hook.f. ex Anders that provide important resources in Indian…

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  • Personal Narrative: An Unidentified Piece Of Fertile Land

    What three items would YOU bring along if you were stranded on an unidentified piece of fertile land? Your grimy cell phone? An infinite supply of canned cream corn? I’ll tell you now that what I had initially brought were definitely top necessitates someone would need to bring, because I’m supposed to know that type of stuff. Passed down from a long lineage, my family has been known for being quite the outdoorsmen if I do say so myself; it is the cultured norm to care about those sorts of…

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  • Creative Writing: Water Buffalo

    think Man had betrayed me. As the sun started to set, Water Buffalo walked by my tree. “Tiger, what happened to you?” Water Buffalo asked cautiously. “Man is going to go get me his wisdom.” I said proudly. Water Buffalo just shook his head and walked away. After Water Buffalo walked away, I realized he was getting hungry. Eating just one of the Goats wouldn’t hurt, right? I turned my head, and realized I was tied to the tree very tightly. He tried yelling out to Man, so he would hear him and…

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  • Personal Narrative: Lions And Bears, Oh My !

    Makenzie Jensen 10/19/17 3rd hour/Barker Personal Narrative Lions and Tigers and Bears, Oh My!!!! The birds are singing from the tops of the trees. Butterflies fluttering around me. The stream babbling in the distance. All I can see is green for miles. And beyond that are the mountain tops painted in snow. The chilly air blows my long, luscious golden hair out of my face. Shivering, I wrap the thick wool blanket I’m holding around me tightly. I am staring at what would be the most perfect…

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  • Relative Density Of Species

    100, where N was the number of individuals of a species found in a sample, and S was the sum of all N. RD for each species of tree, sapling or shrub, and seedling shows what percentage of the total density that species accounts for. Relative frequency (RF) was equal to F/G x 100, where F was frequency and G was the sum of all F; it shows the how often each species of tree, sapling or shrub, and seedling occurred out of the total occurrences of all species. To determine how much area each species…

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  • Gumdrop Trees Short Story

    This story takes place in a gumdrop lollipop forest on Mars. We start this story as King Gumball in the year 2095. "What has happened to all of my trees?" said King Gumball. He had just realized that all of his trees were missing. Later on that day he went to go see his friend Lollipaul. "Hey do you know what happened to all my trees?" asked King Gumball "No I don't why?" Asked Lollipaul,"What happened to them." "All of my trees have disappeared!" exclaimed King Gumball.…

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  • Most Dangerous Game Narrative

    I gripped my lacrosse stick like a blanket on a cold winter night, scared down to my bones about what I was about to do. I peeked the back door open to see if anyone was watching, but I knew that no one would be up at this time of night. I grabbed my backpack from the table and quickly ran out the door toward the woods not sure what was lurking in its darkness. I ran through the trees as briskly as I could, nimble on my feet. I knew no one could catch me now, no one knows what I’ve done. I was…

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  • My Cabin-Personal Narrative Analysis

    One fall day, on a cool, crisp morning it was quiet enough to hear an acorn fall from the trees, making a soft plunk plunk sound on a nearby leaf. My family and I journeyed out into the deep muddy woods that was sparkling from the way the sun was hitting the fresh dew. The sun was reflecting off our Ranger just right to make it look a sparkly, vibrant shade of red. We were driving on bumpy, muddy trails to check the trail cameras, which were hanging on the trees with a strap and a bright…

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  • Ginkgo Biloba Research Paper

    Discovery of Ginkgo Biloba Ginkgo biloba or the Maidenhair Tree is a totally unique tree. It is the only surviving member of the Ginkgoaceae family and has no living relatives, making it to be completely isolated from the rest of the Plant Kingdom. To get a true sense of how isolated Ginkgo biloba is, this quote from http://www.kew.org/science-conservation/plants-fungi/ginkgo-biloba sums up its situation quite well, “Ginkgo biloba is the only member of its genus, which is the only genus in its…

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