PLANTZ - Sara Vidovic UCBG Decal October 3, 2011 Prompt #2...

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Sara Vidovic UCBG Decal October 3, 2011 Prompt #2 The first plant I analyzed was what looked like a purple daisy. The plant overall looked to be growing in a very short, close to the ground, shrub and grew near a sewer. The leaves were succulent and leathery and didn’t have any clear venation. Hence, I would say the venation was parallel. The flowers were a bright purple. The middle of each flower was yellow with several filaments. There were bees around the plant that were probably transporting pollen to pollinate the flowers. Since it was a daisy, there were several petals on each flower. Each petal was thin with a pointed end. The shrub had places that were concentrated with flowers and others with a lot of space between the groupings of flowers. This is probably because conditions in other places of the shrub were not optimal for flower development. Another thing I noticed was that the flowers were growing in open sunshine. As for smell, after ripping one of the succulent leaves, the sap turned out to smell like the flower, which smelled like bay flowers. The next plant I analyzed was a small patch of nasturtiums in bloom in a relatively sunny
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This note was uploaded on 12/06/2011 for the course ENG 100 taught by Professor Posh during the Summer '11 term at San Mateo Colleges.

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PLANTZ - Sara Vidovic UCBG Decal October 3, 2011 Prompt #2...

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