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Project Nano Inner-Beauty

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Jonah Herman

on 24 January 2013

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Transcript of Project Nano Inner-Beauty

Favorite pictures we had on the Leica Microscope Project Nano Inner-Beauty By: Jonah Herman, Morgan Andrews, Zyonna Hardy and Amaya Cary. We studied saw dust, a fish-fin Bone, and Fish scales This zoomed in picture of Douglass Fir saw dust that was cut with a coarse hand saw. The Douglass Fir grows in North and Central America, Europe, Asia, and North Africa. Most grow in mountain ranges. One of the Adaptations a Douglass Fir tree has, is having its branches higher up toward the Sun. A Douglas Fir tree's food requirements are soil and water Douglas Firs are closely related to the Cedar Tree.

Douglas-firs are not true firs, being of the genus Pseudopodia. 8x Magnification 8x Magnification 35x Magnification Saw Dust 385x Magnification 625x Magnification Human uses are lumber, to build in houses. It is recommended to use the wood inside. these strings help the
trees because.... these strings are fibers, they hold the trees structer there fibers! these fibers are made of cellulosics these fibers sometimes come from hardwood or
softwood The Douglas fir grows in North America, Europe, Asia, and North Africa They usually grow in mountains over most of the range. A Douglas Fir tree's food requirements are soil and water One of the many adaptations of a Douglass fir is having its branches only high up toward the sun Human Uses for the Fir are wood
The wood is recommended for inside use The Douglass fir's closest relative is the Cedar This is a fish scale This is part of a fish therefore a fractal
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