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    Eukaria Biology

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    Who’s the better reproducer? With time comes change and with change comes evolution. Organisms are classified into three distinctive groupings: Bacteria, Archea, and Eukarya and the kingdom of plants (Plantae) falls under Eukarya. It could be argued that plants are one of the most valued organisms on Earth. Not only do they provide oxygen for the oxygen dependant organisms, such as mammals through the process of photosynthesis, but, they also provide stable conditions and habitats for other organisms by stabilizing the soil and much more. It is said that organisms within kingdom Plantae evolved from the sea. More specifically, green algae charophytes to what we know as our land plants. There are two specific clades within charophyta:…

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    Root System Of Hibiscus

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    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.…

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    Why Mento's Is Hot?

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    Characterized by their irresistibly minty taste, Mento's are now sold in 130 countries. But what makes them leave such a frosty sensation and can they actually be capable of depleting temperature? Similar to why peppers taste hot, what’s going on here is there is a chemical in mint, menthol, which is deceiving the cerebrum into believing that the area the menthol is applied to is cold; even though in fact, it’s the same as it was before. More particularly , menthol binds with cold-sensitive…

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    Explanations Animals 1.) Fiddler Crab-I knew that this animal was a fiddler crab because of its habitat. It lived in the mud in my back yard that is part of the intercostal. I also knew it was a fiddler 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…

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    with specific points. Firstly, the passage states that in the 200-million year-old fossilized trees found in the state of Arizona in the southwestern United States did not contain any fossils of actual bees. But the lecture refutes this claim as at that time, 200 million years ago bees could not have been preserved. It could not be possible because there may not be trees that provided the chemical to fossilize bees. Secondly, the passage claims that 200 million years ago there were no…

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    Drought Response Essay

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    lost; e.g., open stomata allow water potential to decline while photosynthesis continues, or closed stomata prevent both low and photosynthesis (Bannister and Kissel 1986; Schulz et al 1987; Guehl et al 1991). The basal water potential as predawn is an important, useful measurement of plant water status (Hinckley et al 1978; Murphy and Ferrell, 1982; Waring and Schlensinger 1985; Davis…

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    Chrysanthemum belliam The Chrysanthemum belliam is an organism that belongs to the Domain Eukarya and Plantae Kingdom. Chrysanthemum are flowering plants native of northern eastern Europe and East Asia. However, this particular species of Chrysanthemum, belliam, was recently discovered in the western part of Africa, around the Gold Coast. The coastal climate of this region in Africa has produced an abundance of Chrysanthemum belliam, so lets take an indepth look at this beautiful unique…

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    rosette pattern of the leaves. However, when flowering starts , the stem become erect and rigid. It has become a problematic weed…

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    Container Cheating

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    Container gardening is becoming more popular nowadays. Many people, who want to have a “green corner” in their home, grow plants in containers. Green plants produce oxygen and absorb carbon dioxide, so this is a great opportunity not only to decorate your home, but also to improve the condition the air. In addition, green color is good for the nervous system and has a calming effect. How to start сontainer garden? First, you need to decide, where you want it to be. It can be a porch, a backyard…

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    Most people are familiar with the Venus flytrap. Small and ominous-looking, the plants are commonly sold as novelties, and many a curious child (or adult) has triggered its ..……. (baneful, sinister, doomful, malevolent) traps with a pencil to see its amazingly rapid response. However, carnivory in plants is not limited to the famous Venus flytrap. In fact, there are more than 600 carnivorous plant species, and the ability to catch and digest ………(dupe, prey, victim, quest) has evolved…

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