Bio 100LW_ Flower post lab

Bio 100LW_ Flower post lab - 5 Petals:...

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Post-lab Questions 1. Include a photo of your flower with the common name and what Genus the plant belongs to. A: Wrong photo was sent… Flower I had was yellow and fluffy. The picture is of an iris… Orchid Cactus: Epiphyllum ackermannii 2. What type of inflorescence did your flower have? A: Determinant 3. Include the Floral formula and floral diagram for your flower. A: Ca 0 CoZ 0 T A G 3-∞ Flower: Determinant Bract: One large bract Perianth: many, spirally arranged Gynoecium: 8 4. Include your groups working hypothesis and rational about the relativeness of the flowers or Part C. A: Hypothesis: Flower related by number of petals and basic morphology. The catagories are further differentiated by anther pattern. 4 Petals: Black Mustard 5/6 Petals: Christmas Rose, American Tulip Tree 1 Petal (spike): Bamboo 3 Petals: Iris, North Orchid (1-3 anther)//Panther Lily, Painted Trillium, Bird of Paradise (6 anther) Indefinite Number: Orchid Cactus
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Unformatted text preview: 5 Petals: Watermelon//Bougainville//Common Blue Violet//African Violet//Watermelon, Common Blue Violet (anther pattern) 5. Turn a pollination record for Part D; African Violet hybridization experiment. Include: a. Lab ID number: A7 (5507) b. Group number: 5 c. Members of the group: Alex Pham, Brian Chen, Stephanie Quan, Lily Feng d. Pod Parent Plant ID (P number): P25 ACSA number: 7887 Trait of interest: Petal color e. Pollen parent Plant ID (P number): P3 ACSA number: Unknown Trait of interest: Petal Color 6. Describe the characteristics you hope to find in the offspring? A: I hope to find that the dominant purple color of P25 (the mother) will prevail and all the offspring will be purple. However, if some of the offspring are white, then I will know that the purple flower is heterozygous for the trait. 7. One member of the group will need to record the information to the WIKI. Done....
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