BTNY 210 – Spring 2010 PelargoniumProject Written Report Guidelines20 points – due in lab on April 14, 15 & 16. General Guidelines– 1 to 3 pages max. Margins of 1 inch and use a font that is easy to read and no smaller than 11 point. The requested information below comes directly from your weekly guide sheets. Use the information and examples from those guide sheets in this report. History and General InformationInclude the following information: the plant family that Pelargoniumbelongs to, the number of species of Pelargonium, location where most species are naturally found and the economic importance of Pelargonium. Morphology and AnatomyInclude leaf morphology information such as leaf arrangement, simple or compound leaves, petiolate or sessile and stipulate or astipulate. This section should also include original hand drawingsof the stem and leaf anatomy of Pelargonium. (You may scan the drawings you did for your guide sheet, but do not use pictures from the internet!!).
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