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Week 5 Demo exercise

Week 5 Demo exercise - d Is it an annual or a perennial e...

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Name _________________________ LS1 Photosynthetic World Assignment. Turn in the week following section 1. (In Class) Take a look at a cross-section of a flower. Flower ________ a. Make a sketch of the cross section, and label all of the parts. b. What is the floral Formula? (sepals, petals, stamens, carpals) c. What are some of the other floral arrangements that you see out on the table? d. Why might these differences exist?
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Name _________________________ 2. (At home) Why don’t all flowers look the same? 3. Do a little research on the web… a. Find the state flower from the state in which you were born, or look up your favorite flower. b. What is its floral arrangement? c. What is its distribution?
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Unformatted text preview: d. Is it an annual or a perennial? e. To which plant family does the flower belong? Name _________________________ 4. Different types of fruits Simple fruit – These develop from a single flower with a one carpel, or fused carpels. (plum) Aggregate fruit – These develop from a single flower with many separate carpels. (boysenberry) Multiple fruit – These develop from many flowers with many carpels. (pineapple) Imagine you have a cross section of an orange. Draw a sketch of what the female reproductive parts of the flower look like based on the fruit’s morphology? 5. What do you think a raspberries flower would look like, and why? (be specific as to the arrangement of female reproductive parts)...
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