This week we began learning about Biological Molecules and how they form together and how they bond. The plants we are growing have finally flowered so we can begin breeding them to try and get specific results. I believe that the class decided on attempting to make the tallest plant possible, by breeding only exceptionally […]Read More Biochemistry, The Structures For Life
This plant is a display of radial symmetry because it all radiates out of one center point and is the same on all sidesRead More This Weird Plant And Radial Symmetry
This plant most likely has a cuticle layer. This layer is like a waxy waterproofing layer that protects the plant from the elements. It works like a think finish over the plant as one extra layer of protection.Read More Cuticle Layer Of A Plant
A fleshy fruit and seeds, this blueberry that I cut in half offers both.Read More A Blueberry Is Both Fleshy And Fruity, And Has Seeds
This rockweed has adapted to its environment by growing gel filled sacs that are lighter than water, making the seaweed stand closer to the surface enabling it to get more sunlight for photosynthesis. (My smiley looks mildly concerned about the rockweed.)Read More Adaptation Of Rockweed
These horsetail plants have a perfect example of a modified leaf. These leaves have become thin and long, I’m not sure of the purpose but if I’d ever seen a modified leaf that would be one.Read More Modified Horsetail Leaves
Angiosperms are defined as flowering plants, so I chose some nearby flowers from a large bush to use.Read More Flowering Plant (angiosperm)
Found this little patch of moss that I believe to be a very wet sample of ribbed bog moss growing on some bricks next to the road in Italy. This species of moss does indeed fall under the bryophyte category. (Bryophytes being known as smaller plants growing in groups in moist environments, aka most mosses […]Read More Bryophyte (Aulacomnium Palustre) In Italy!