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  • Events Of The Hippie Movement

    The hippie movement was the common title Americans used to define the out casted individuals and their actions that began to take place in the early 1960s and continued on through the 1970s. The movement started as vocal opposition to the United States taking part in the Vietnam War. Soon after, this generation ultimately transformed into a liberal counterculture. A counterculture is a subculture that has values and behavioral norms that are substantially different from those of the mainstream society, or what society expects of individuals. This culture often opposes the mainstream cultural customs. They also wanted to make it clear that they wanted all Americans to share equal rights. Considered an anti-war movement, it began mostly on college campuses among the youth of America. The movement later traveled throughout the rest of the world. The vast majority of the American population still supported the administration policy in Vietnam, a small but outspoken liberal minority was making its voice heard by the end of 1965. This minority included many students as well as prominent artists and intellectuals and members of the hippie movement, a growing number of young people who rejected authority and embraced the drug culture. The movement is known for the hippies promoting their strong beliefs and support of various ideals including, but not limited to, Harmony with Nature, Communal Living, and Artistic experimentation, especially in music, recreational drug use, Technicolor…

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  • Crystal Flowers In Warrett Forrest

    Flora and Fauna – Crystal flowers – These crystal flowers were first stumbled upon in Warrett Forrest when a group of Crofters were searching for farming resources. They initially got the flowers with the intent to admire the beauty of it, not the intent of getting them useful abilities, until a man named Charlie Rosene noticed it’s strong, sweet scent. He was so captivated by the smell that he bit into it, and only moments later did he notice the change in atmosphere— this is the point in which…

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  • Why Do Leaves Change Colour?

    colour pigments in the leaf separate to reveal the hidden colours Integrated Experiences: Health: Discuss what the digestive system does and how it is similar to the photosynthesis process Creative Arts: Have children add pressed flowers and leaf rubbings to their…

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  • The Garden Party Symbolism

    Title Here “The Garden Party” is both a coming of age tale and a look at the class disparity in New Zealand at the time. The story follows Laura on the day of her family’s big garden party as she interacts with members of both classes and prepares for the big event. It is no surprise that a short story called “The Garden Party” is full of descriptions of plants and various flowers. However, Katherine Mansfield utilizes them for more than just the setting. Each plant mentioned holds a deeper…

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  • The Destruction Of Isabella's Beauty In Keats

    Isabella returns back wrapping the head of Lorenzo in a silk scarf, perfumes it with Arabian flowers, and place it in a garden pot with soil and seeds of basil of Salerno are sown. She feels relax after seeing the plants grow from the flesh of his beloved. She spends all of time caring for the basil and waters them with her tears. The basil grows beautifully and gives fragrance. In Keats’s poetry nature is always considered to be female and he describes it beautifully: And, furthermore, her…

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  • Reiman Gardens Case Study

    Reiman Gardens is a beautiful place not only filled with many different flowers, but with many trees and stone designed pieces of art throughout the entire garden. The natural beauty of the garden is one that has been around since 1914. Since 1914, the garden has been allowing students, faculty, and even guests to visit the pleasing garden. Reiman Gardens not only serves for its natural beauty, but also serves as a learning and research sanctuary for students and faculty. Reiman Gardens’…

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  • Symbolism In John Steinbeck's 'The Chrysanthemums'

    John Steinbeck, we follow the relationship of Elisa and the chrysanthemums throughout the story. We learn the value these flowers have to Elisa and how the theme of inequality of gender ties into with the main symbol. As describe by Joseph Kelly, “a literal symbol us an object with symbolic meaning limited to the very narrow context of a particular work of literature” (12). In this short story the chrysanthemums or flowers represent care, love, and strength but outside of the story the symbol…

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  • First Scanning Electron Microscope Case Study

    the “functional morphology of malformed and healthy floral buds as well as flowers of mangoes.” In the study, a total of 10 16-year-old plants of mango cv. Amrapali were used in this study. This study also consisted of two field trials, one in March 2011 and the other in March 2012. The experiment contained a control group of healthy and malformed panicles of plants with both flowers and floral buds. In the experimental group, putrescine was applied to flowers and floral buds “of healthy and…

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  • Root System Of Hibiscus

    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…

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  • Plant Reproduction Lab

    Introduction Plant reproduction is a fascinating part of biology. Plants, specifically angiosperms, have unique ways of reproducing. Angiosperms use pollen vectors such as insects, mammals, birds, wind, and even water to deliver their pollen grains to stigmas. The plant of study for this experiment was Mimulus guttatus, also known as the monkeyflower. This plant produces yellow flowers that are bilaterally symmetrical and have five petals. Interestingly, their petals are fused together and…

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