Lab 29 and 32 - – Seed splits in half – 2 • Flower...

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Lab 29: Pea Plant Growth and Hormones Take Day 9 measurements Determine average height for each day of measurements and each group Note: If a plant did not grow on a previous day, but did emerge later, average a ‘0’ for that plant for the previous days. If a plant seed never germinated, exclude it from the data. Determine Germination Rates for the control and dwarf seeds Complete the graph of average height vs. time Answer your assigned discussion question and be prepared to contribute to class discussion
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Lab 32: Diversity of Plants and Fungi
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Part III: Characteristics Chlorophyll Veins, wood, celery Non vascular = very small » Must be in moist environment Unicellular vs. multicellular
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Cotyledons One vs. two
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Unformatted text preview: – Seed splits in half – 2 • Flower Parts – Multiples of 3 = monocot – Multiples of 4,5 = dicot • Venation – Parallel = monocot – Netted = dicot After the Lab Some tips for the plants on the practical 1. Bryophyta (moss) • Non-vascular • Small & moist 2. Pteridophyta (ferns) – No flowers or seeds – Larger lobed or double-lobed leaves – Hairy stems on ground Practical Tips 3. Gymnosperms (conifers) – Cones, needles – Woody 4. Angiosperms – Flowers = seeds (including nuts) – Diverse leaf shapes – Either dicots or monocots – Woody or herbaceous Practical Tips Remember, you cannot always see all of the characteristics. Use background knowledge Ex: pine needles come from pine trees (woody), therefore pines are vascular....
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