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Wk6_TakeHomeRevised_1 - LS1 Court of Sciences Walk Now that...

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LS1 Court of Sciences Walk Now that you have read your text, completed the plant diversity and Botany Garden demonstrations, it is time to apply your knowledge of plants to the Court of Sciences. There is a map on the back of this page for your reference. Take a tour of the Court and then answer the following questions. You can also use any other resource you like, but at a minimum you will need to consult your demo material and textbook. 1. On the map, clearly indicate (with a label) where in the Court you can find horsetails, a vascular, seedless plant. 2. In area A (on map), locate the tulipwood tree. Look down at the bottom of the tulipwood tree – you should see lots of dried fruit coverings (some may even have seeds). How many carpals does a tulipwood fruit have? 3. Just west of the tree, you will see some smaller plants with either purple or white flowers. If they are not on bloom, look for the same flowers in area D, by the tree with very long seed pods. How many petals are on each flower, and what does this tell you about the specific group of plants
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This note was uploaded on 06/03/2011 for the course LS 1 taught by Professor Thomas during the Spring '05 term at UCLA.

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