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
Blane Smith Botany 104 November 12, 2007 Flowers and Fruits P: In our last lab, we investigated many different types of flowers and fruits. We
were first told to dissect, draw and label the external structure of a Lilly. We had to label the peduncle
Blane Smith Botany 104 October 1, 2007 Ecology Take-Home 1. The four groups of plants that make up the plant kingdom include: Mosses, Ferns and Allies, Gymnosperms, and Angiosperms. Mosses belong to phylum Bryophyta; Ferns and Allies belong to phylum
Blane Smith November 19, 2007 Botany 104
Creative Project Tropical Pond Ecosystem
For my creative project, I choose to create a tropical pond ecosystem. The tank that I used was previously used as a frog tank that my sister had as a teenager . Whe
Blane Smith Biology 104 October 10, 2007 Conclusion Questions 1. When a microscope increases in magnification, the viewing area gets smaller. This is because the lens is moving closer to the object being viewed and is cutting out the rest of the view
Blane Smith Biology 104 September 24, 2007 Conclusion Questions: Quadrat Investigation 1. a) b) c) Refer to Data tables. Refer to Data tables. The species richness for the entire quadrat is 7. Abundance - (6) Buckeye covers 25% of the quadrat - (3) C
Blane Smith October 3, 2007 Botany 104 Paper Recycling P: It's hard to understand why more people don't recycle paper when it's such an
easy method to make. The purpose of this lab was to learn how easy it is to make recycled paper and the process t
Blane Smith Biology 104 September 11, 2007 Botany: Lab Report 1 P During our last lab session, we were introduced to all of the main plant
parts as well as plant propagation. We learned the differences between the Dicot plant body and the Monocot pl
December 6, 2007
1. See PUN and datasheet.
2. Based on what I have learned this semester in Botany all of the data from this lab
seems to make sense. I now understand what part of the plant that each fruit and
Blane Smith Botany 104 December 6, 2007 The Nutritional Value of Plants P In our latest lab session we were introduced to many new lab tools. We were
taught how to test for Glucose, Starch, Protein, and Fats in many different types of fruits and veg
Blane Smith October 3, 2007 Biology 104 Population Growth in Duckweed P: Duckweeds are free floating aquatic plants that reproduce asexually. Our trial was
to count the duckweed Population growth over a 5 week period of time. To start this lab, we w
1. How are our theories of solar system formation tested?
a. We look to see if our theories explain the existing evidence.
b. There is no way of testing something that happened billions of years ago.
2. The most abundant element in the universe is: