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Plant Anatomy Group In-Lab Assignment (5 points) As a group, in the table on the in-lab assignment, record which part of the plant we eat for each of the items available to you, what evidence you used to make that conclusion, and whether it is a fruit or a vegetable in everyday English. It will be helpful to refer to the figures and table on page 4-18 and ask yourself, “How can I tell if this plant part is a root/stem/leaf/fruit etc.?” If you have conflicting evidence, what else would you need to know to make your decision? For the fruits available, indicate whether they are simple, aggregate or multiple fruits, whether they are drupes, berries or pomes, and whether they are dehiscent or indehiscent if they are dry fruits. Name Plant Part Evidence/Furthe r Information Fruit or Vegetable in Everyday English If fruit: 1. _ simple, aggregate, multiple 2. _ drupe, _ berry, or pome if simple and fleshy 3. _ dehiscent or indehiscent if dry Carrot Root Has lateral roots Vegetable Broccoli Florets (flower buds) and stem

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