Botany - Lab Report 1 - Conclusion Questions

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Blane Smith Biology 104 September 11, 2007 Plant Propagation: Conclusion Questions 1. a.) Monocots have a parallel vein system and have 1 cotyledon. b.) Dicots have a netted vein system and have 2 cotyledons. 2. Dicotyledons get their energy from the cotyledons and a Monocots gets its energy from the Endosperm. 3. Mature Plant Equivalent Part of Seedling Stem Epicotyl Root Radicle Leaves Hypocotyl Reproductive Cotyledons Organ e.) Sporangium 4. Plant Name Organ Used Potato "Eye"/ Reproductive Organ
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Unformatted text preview: African Violet Leaves Rex Begonia Stem 5. Plants that are grown from seeds have different genes than plants that are propagated. When a plant is propagated vegetatively, it will be an exact genetic replica of its' cuttings. This is why many farmers use clones. This way of growing is more consistent and garantees the same results. 6. The type of tissue that a root is made of is apical meristem or a tissue of actively dividing cells....
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