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Copy of 06.06 Plant Cells and Tissues

HELLO Mr.Spears
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Amber Jane

on 21 January 2014

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Transcript of Copy of 06.06 Plant Cells and Tissues

Virtual Garden Lab Report

Data charts
Virtual Garden Observation Data Chart A

Day 1 Day 2 Day 3 Day 4 Day 5 Day 6 Day 7 Day 8 Day 9
Row 1: Sunflowers Monocot Dicot Dicot Dicot Dicot Dicot Dicot Dicot
Row 2: Hydrangeas Dicot Monocot Monocot Monocot Monocot Monocot Monocot Dicot
Row 3: Pansies Monocot Dicot Dicot Dicot Dicot Dicot Dicot Dicot

Detail 1
Virtual Garden Observation Data Chart B


Row 1 Row 2 Row 3
9 days healthy healthy healthy

2 weeks healthy healthy healthy

4 weeks healthy healthy healthy

6 weeks healthy healthy unhealthy

Plant height 8 ft 5 ft 7 1/2 in.
Detail 2
Virtual Garden Observation Data Chart B


Row 1 Row 2 Row 3
9 days healthy healthy healthy

2 weeks healthy healthy healthy

4 weeks healthy healthy healthy

6 weeks healthy healthy healthy

Plant height 8 ft 5ft 8 in.
Detail 3
Row 1 Row 2 Row 3
9 days unhealthy healthy unhealthy

2 weeks unhealthy healthy unhealthy

4 weeks unhealthy healthy unhealthy

6 weeks unhealthy healthy unhealthy

Plant height 2ft 5 ft 5 in.



Which row was the best placement for the pansies, hydrangeas, and sunflowers? Explain your answer.
Pansies because they used to cooler temprature and not direct sunlight.
Describe the process of germination and plant growth you observed in the lab activity for a monocot plant. (Hint: Use data chart A to help with your description.)
A cotyledon has all the endosperm and when germination begins, hairlike roots transforms into a bulb and thencotyledon breaks open and remains below the soil, while the leaf growth reach upward.
Describe the process of germination and plant growth you observed in the lab activity for a dicot plant.
Root growth from the seed growing downwards to provide more sub roots then they grow into a hair like substance it reamains attached as the stem is growing up and then it breaks the soil and develops leaves.
Which of your plants was a dicot? Which was a monocot? How could you tell? (Hint: Refer to the lesson for differences in monocots and dicots.)
The monocot plant was the hydrangeas because of the hair like roots and the it growing upwards the dicot plants were the pansies and sunflower because they developed a taproot. The dicot plant was the sunflower.

What was the correct water level for germination? Why did this water level work best for all the plants in the garden?
2 cm, all the plants were pretty healthy.
What water level did you select for plant growth during your first attempt? Describe the observations of your plants at this water level. Based on your data, was the level you picked the best choice for optimum growth?
4 cm but it was too much for the pansies and they drowned then i picked two cm and they grew strong and healthy.
What pH level did you select for plant growth? Describe the observations of your plants at this pH level. Based on your data, was the level you picked the best choice for optimum growth?
Low pH level and my hydrangeas were a different color
Describe your observations of plant growth in zero gravity.
The plants were unhealthy without gravitational pull and they grew in different directions.
Conclusion Questions !
Analysis Questions !
1. In a real garden, which hormones would stimulate seed germination and plant growth?

1. In a real garden , gibberellin will help plant germination and plant growth because gibberellin works by helping promote growth by stimulating cell growth and causing enlargement. By stimulating cell enlargement this allows the plants to grow healthy, tall and gives the plants a long life, it also causes the plants leaves to give off a yellowish green-color .
2.Based on your experiences with the Virtual Garden, how would you set up a real backyard garden? Describe what you learned about plant behavior in this lab that will help you cultivate a healthy garden .
2. I would set up my real backyard garden with 10 sunflowers, Hydrangeas, and, Pansies . Based on this experiment ,

I know how much water and fertilizer to give. And if I give to much water and fertilizer , I know the reaction of the plant growth.
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