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    Seed Lab

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    Background: What is a Seed? General Information on Seeds Seed Structure includes: • The embryo is a young sporophyte, tiny plant before it develops from the seed. (http://www.kidzone.ws/science/is-seeds.htm) • A seed coat is the protective outer layer of a seed, which keeps the embryo from being damaged as well as from drying out. The seed coat can also be thin and soft. (https://extension.illinois.edu/gpe/case3/c3facts2.html) • The endosperm is a temporary food supply that is used by the embryo

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    Abstract Faster and uniform germination of seed as well as establishment of vigourous crop is of paramount importance in direct-seeded rice crop, which in turn depends on seed germination and vigour per se. Rice being an albuminous seed, it is hypothesized that galactomannan hydrolysing enzymes (viz., β-mannanase, β-mannosidase and α-galactosidase) play important role in loosening of the embryo-surrounding tissue viz., endosperm, which in turn governs the speed of germination. The study was an assessment

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    Brassica Rapa Seeds

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    wood fertilizer, for each of the twenty groups. For intraspecific a control was set with one Brassica rapa seed directly in the center of the pot. Then 2 Brassica rapa seeds were placed together equal distances apart into two pots. In another two pots, four Brassica rapa seeds were placed together equally apart. The last two pots had 8 Brassica rapa seeds equally apart. The Brassica rapa seeds used in this experiment are Wisconsin Fast Plant™. For the interspecific groups,the plastic pots were the

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    Seed Germination Lab

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    Syed Rizvi Mitra Asgari BIO 1500, Section 14 February 28, 2017 Seed Germination Lab Report Introduction: As the weather gets warmer, and with spring being just around the corner, many gardeners and farmers are getting prepared to gather materials that they will use to grow their plants this year. One of these materials could be the usage of a synthetic fertilizer, like Miracle Gro, to speed up the growth rate of the plant. As these types of fertilizers become more popular, anyone who may be

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    Background Research The seed is surrounded by an encasing that protects the internal embryo from the external elements such as parasites and the weather while the seed is in the resting stage (also known as dormancy).The dormancy stage occurs before germination. Finally, germination occurs when the embryo resumes growth by bursting through the encasing. Germination can only occur under specific conditions involving sunlight, water, oxygen and the right temperature. The length of germination varies

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    Germination of Cress Seeds

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    the germination of seeds. Most factors are external but there are also some internal conditions that affect the germination of seeds, even though this is quite rare. The most common and the most important external conditions and factors that affect the germination of seeds are oxygen, water, temperature and also in some cases light or darkness. Some plants require several variables for successful seed germination. As this is quite rare, this often depends on the individual seed and its natural habit

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    Pinto Seed Germination

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    then the number of seeds germinated will increase faster.’ Based on our data, we found that our hypothesis was wrong. Our data didn’t support our hypothesis, but it does support why our hypothesis was wrong. The most important data that supports this is the fact that 3 seeds under no light germinated and 1 seed under constant light germinated. (We’re not going to look at constant light right now, because that as our control group.) Our hypotheses states that we thought more seed under constant light

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    Radish Seeds Lab

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    controlled plant population. Instead of using different types of flora, we resorted to the use of radish seeds. We hypothesized that if a radish seed was placed into various dishes that contained a different levels of sodium, it would not grow in a solution with a heightened amount of sodium present opposed to a sodium-free solution. The experiment began with counting the endless amount of radish seeds in group of sixty, then dividing them into six groups of ten. Paper towels were folded into patches

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    the Sower and the Seed In Luke 8:4-15, Jesus tells us the Parable of the Sower and the Seed. This parable is about how the sower spread the seeds on different parts of the land and they each went through a different path of life. The paths represent the different responses from the followers of God, the seeds represent the Word of God, and the sower represents a preacher. This Parable basically explains how different kinds of people respond to the Word of God. Some of the seeds fell into the road

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    Seed Size Experiment

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    Holly Hao 24 August 2014 AP Biology What Affect does Seed Size have on Plant Growth Rate and Height? Abstract: The purpose of this experiment is to investigate whether the size of the bean will affect the height and growth rate of the bean stalk. According to Anthony Brach Ph.D., the larger seed size tends to grow slower because they require more nutrients than smaller seeds, however, larger seeds will often grow taller because they have a lot of nutrients stored in them. Mung beans, are a legume

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