Lab2_Angiosperms_Introduction_and_Roots_LRA

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Kingdom Plantae: Phylum Anthophyta (Angiosperms) – Introduction and Roots Margaret E. Vorndam, M.S. Version 42-0075-00-01 Submission Document Photo Authentication You must submit photos of yourself with each lab. You should be visible in every photo and an index card with your name and the date should be included as well. The photos must be of whatever is described below. Copy the photo into this document. Do not attach it as a separate file. Photo 1: You, your index card, and your root cross-section (steps 3-4 on page 7). Parshinip Photo 2: You, your index card, and your prepared root slide (step 2 on page 9). Monocot (Grass) Dicot (dandelion)
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Photo 2: You, your index card, and your edible root selection (step 3 on page 11). White potato Drawings Take pictures or scan in your drawings. Paste them here.
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Observations Exercise 1: The Roots – Basic Cellular Structure Questions A. Describe the methods used by roots to selectively absorb minerals and water from soils into the plant. Root hair cells are used to absorb minerals and water from soil then
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