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Unformatted text preview: Biology 002-Laboratory Manual 1 LABORATORY PLANT STRUCTURE In this exercise you will have an opportunity to see some of the plant structures we have been talking about in class. PROCEDURE With a lab partner and USING YOUR NOTES, answer the following questions associated with the displays that are either set up around the room and referred to in the textbook. Hand in your lab before you leave. GRADING 1-3 wrong = check 3.5 wrong = check minus Specimen #1. Root. Look at the specimen and note that all the roots are basically the same size (diameter). Name this type of root. Name a type of plant that has this type of root. Specimen #2. Root. Look at the specimen and note that one root is much larger than the small, lateral roots. Name this type of root. Name two types of plant that has this type of root. Specimen #3. Root picture. Name the outermost layer, labeled a. Note that area b is between the outer layer and the vascular tissue. Name the area labeled b....
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- Spring '09