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2. How far did the dye travel in the celery kept in water? 3. How far did the dye travel in the one that was dried? 4. In which celery stalk was the water column broken? 5. What caused the water column to be broken? 6. Using your textbook and looking at the prepared slides of the Ranunculus root and Tilia stem (both eudicots) in the lab instructions: a. describe the arrangement of xylem and phloem in an angiosperm eudicot root. It has adradial arrangement wher the xylem makes a cross in the center, phloem is in the corners of the cross. No pith. b. describe the arrangement of xylem and phloem in an angiosperm eudicot stem. c. looking at figures in your textbook, explain how the locations of xylem and phloem in a cross section of a monocot root differ from those in a eudicot root. d. looking at figures in your textbook, explain how the locations of xylem and phloem in a cross section of a monocot stem differ from those in a eudicot stem. Questions for Experiment 2: Water Movement in Flowers: 1. In which part of the flower is the dye located at the end of the experiment? 2. Describe the structures the dye passed through in order to get there. 3. Define the term transpiration-pull.
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4. Why is it necessary to water outdoor plants in flower pots or window boxes more frequently during windy weather, especially when humidity is low? *********************************************************************
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  • Fall '15
  • phloem, Xylem, Flowering plant, Vascular plant, Plant stem

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