Plant morphology Essays

  • Plant Morphology Essay

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    Philippines is a tropical country in Southeast Asia. The said country is gifted with a very high index biodiversity of animals, insects and plants (Bermosa, 2010), compared with other countries, based on a per hectare area. It hosts 70% to 80% of the world’s biodiversity of both flora and fauna that is why it is considered one of the megadiverse countries. But presently, Philippine biodiversity is in an alarming state due to increasing infrastructure development (i.e., new roads, buildings, bridges

  • Pomegranate Fruit Case Study

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    1 Background and problem statement Pomegranate fruit (Punica granatum) has always been known as the symbol of health, fertility and eternal life back in ancient time. Pomegranate is in the subclass Rosidae and in order Myrtales, together with a few other fruits which are guava (Psidium sp.) and feijoa (Feijoa sp.) or known as Pineapple guava. (Stover & Mercure, 2007). The name Punica is from the Roman name of Carthage, Pheonicia (Holland, Hatib, & Ya'akov, 2009) which is the ancient city of

  • Park Observation Analysis

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    Age is only how you choose to feel. When surrounded by a natural, fresh aired atmosphere, age seems to be a factor. Observing a park setting and keeping in mind that factor, it suddenly brings a level of enlightenment for those that observe. The observation leaves a lingering question once it is evaluated, being; what is the behavioral differences between adults and children while at the park?; A person’s age determines the main activities and behaviors they engage in at a public park. As an observant

  • Benefits Of Fenugreek

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    Introduction (fenugreek): Fenugreek -Trigonella foenum-graecum is a plant in the family fabaceae. The plant has small round leaves, and is cultivated worldwide as a semi-arid crop. It is used as common ingredient in dishes from the Indian subcontinent. It is one of the oldest medicinal plants and is native to Northern Africa, southeastern Europe, and Western Asia, but it is widely cultivated in other parts of the world. It is commonly known as fenugreek. Fenugreek seeds are having bitter taste

  • Essay About Feeding Birds

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    Have you noticed on Saturdays in the park a lot of people are feeding birds? Birds can be so graceful and charming part of nature. Many people believed that they are helping the birds when they feed the birds. To feed the birds you have to do it year round. The birds also need a nest or ether a shelter to stay in. Even though all of these things are good the bad things about feeding birds are more plentiful than the good things about feeding the birds. The bird community may never be the same.

  • Tea Garden Labourers Case Study

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    Understanding the Economic Lives: The Case of Tea Garden Labourers Minakshi Gogoi Research Scholar Department of Anthropology University of Delhi Abstract The tea garden labour societies are distributed in different tea gardens of Assam and India. Tea plantation has long been a major industry in Assam and these are dependent on labourers almost all of whom are the descendants of those who were brought to Assam by the British East India Company and later by the British rulers and entrepreneurs. Their

  • Narrative Essay: A Wonderful Day

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    A Wonderful Day “Me and my sister, Cortlin, were at home. Watching T.V. as we usually did. We went outside and played on our scooters but we got bored easily. We were always doing the same things. We decided to go to the woods we got our sweaters and our water and headed out. When we got to the woods we stood in amazement and felt the pine wood tree’s. They were coarse in touch but smelled like heaven. As we kept walking we smelt the pine through the whole forest. We came to a well full of

  • Maranta Plants

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    Maranta, a genus of tropical flowering plants, become popular houseplants all over the world and are frequently used in regional cuisines. The genus Maranta is a member of the Marantceae family, also popularised as the Prayer-Plant family. Maranta is a neotropical genus, species of which are found in shaded and moist habitats in forests. Maranta arundinacea, also known as Arrowroot, Obedience plant, Bermuda arrowroot, Araru, Ararao , West Indian arrowroot or Hulankeeriya. It has striking colour leaves

  • Lannea Coromandelica Case Study

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    Host plant Lannea coromandelica Kingdom : Plantae Phylum : Magnoliophyta Class : Spermatophyta Subclass : Rosids Order : sapindales Family : Anacardiaceae Genus : Lannea Species : L. coromandelica It is a deciduous tree, growing up to 14 m tall. Branch lets are minutely covered with starry hairs. Bark thick, ashy-grey. Leaves crowded at the end of branches, impair pinnate, 30-45 cm long; leaflets 7-11, oblong or elliptic, acuminate, 2.5-5 cm long. Alternately arranged leaves are pinnate, with

  • Cucurbita Moschata Case Study

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    A field trial was made during November to March 2010-2011 and 2011-2012 at Central Research Farm, Gayeshpur, B.C.K.V. farm, Nadia, West Bengal to study the floral biology of two species Cucurbita moschata and C. pepo. One genotype each of both the species was chosen as the materials for the study. The study revealed that both species showed monoecious sex form. Using statistical analysis of mean and standard error it was found that it took lesser number of days for visible flower bud to opening of

  • Essay On Pineapple

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    Pineapple is the most significant plant in the Bromeliaceae family. Bromeliaceae family is split into three subfamilies, which included Pitcairnioideae, Tillandsiodeae and Bromelioideae (Kuppusamy, 2012). Pineapple is included in the subfamily Bromelioideae, order Bromeliales, genus Ananas and species comosus. It is a perennial evergreen herbaceous and monocotyledonous fruit tree that produces one of the most famous tropical fruits besides maize, banana and citrus. The genus Ananas has distinctive

  • Cotton Plants

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    Aking is the largest in species number in the tribe Gossypieae. New species continue to be discovered. The name of the genus is derived from the Arabic word goz, which refers to a soft substance (Smith, 1999). The plant grows upright and has branches spreading in all directions. The plant is a shrub native to tropical and subtropical regions around the world, including the Americas, Africa, and India. The greatest diversity of wild cotton species is found in Mexico, followed by Australia and Africa

  • Shoaib Seed Corporation Case Study

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    Introduction: The seed is the basic resources of input for producing the output at the efficient level if the use of seed at the proper way into the land the out will be get better Pakistan at Sindh region Selah putt there is a firm called the Shoaib seed corporation. We went to trip at Saleh putt at seed corporation. We approached that firm called the MODEL FIRM. That was an amazed moment of my life that all the co-worker of the firm welcomes us as very intersected way and I realized that

  • Seed Dispersal Project Essay

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    Seed Dispersal Project by Ben Fesenmyer   Introduction   Plants make seeds to ensure the continuation of the species. The seeds that the plants make need to travel to get nutrients sunlight and water seed dispersal is how plants spread the seeds. There are 3 ways to spread seed by water by animals and by wind, in my project we are spreading seeds by wind. Wind dispersal is the most common method to spread seeds, the three main types of devices that carry seeds they are helicopter, glider and parachute

  • Olive Leaves Lab Report

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    MATERIALS AND METHODS Plant material Olive leaves were randomly obtained from the olive trees (Nabali Baladi variety) from a local farm in the northern part of Jordan. 25 years old trees, rain-fed only and lived in an organic way in the last 10 years. The collection of leaves on a reasonable height around the entire circumference of each tree. The collected leaves were kept in special plastic bags. Then the leaves were washed to remove dirties such as dust then drying in the dark at 20 °C and then

  • Red Cabbage Literature Review

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    Review of Related Literature Red cabbage belongs to the family Cruciferae or Brassicaceae. It is a head-bearing or true cabbage that grows best in Baguio. It appears short and thick, with the leaves packed into a gigantic bud. It can be grown whole year round but the optimum season is from October to January.4 Its dark red leaves are fair sources of calcium, phosphorus, iron, and vitamin A; a good source of vitamin B; and an excellent source of Vitamin C.5 Among the different Brassica varieties,

  • Disadvantages Of Fruit Thinning

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    Different fruit trees have varying ability to bear fruits on its clusters. Some trees bears tens of fruit on a single cluster , while others just few. However, an orchardist often would choose trees that would give him high field. This is what the majority of farmers opt for, especially those that produce fruits for marketing. Nevertheless, the produce quality should correlate with what consumers would prefer in terms of fruit size and quality. In the following deliberation I intend to give an account

  • Juniper Tree Research Paper

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    Juniper Tree (Common) – is about 6-7 meters high and has greyish green leaves with white bands down the centres in whorls of three narrow shoots which face upwards. The male flowers are small yellow cones and the female flowers are green cones which mature into small black berries. The branches are mostly rising upwards and outwards and are quite thin, knarled and twisted and have smaller branches shooting off from these. The bark is greyish brown shaggy and peeling. Ash Tree (Common) - is about

  • Sapodilla Research Paper

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    shallow-rooted tree, with more than 80% of the roots located within the top 75 cm of soil, concentrated within an area half the width of the canopy (Bhuva et al., 1991). About 66% of the moisture extracted from the soil is in the first 75 cm. This root morphology suggests that irrigation may be economically feasible in areas of low

  • Lentil Nutrition In Pest

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    1. Introduction Lentil (Lens culinaris subsp. culinaris) is a autogamous crop (2n = 2x = 14) belonging to the Vicieae tribe in Fabaceae family. The domestication of lentil occurred, together with that of emmer and einkorn wheat, barley, pea, chickpea, bitter vetch and flax, during the Neolithic Agricultural Revolution, which is believed to have taken place around the 8th and 7th millennia BC in the Eastern Mediterranean (Zohary and Hopf, 1973). Lentil spread rapidly