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  • Analysis Of The Poem ' Fairy Girl '

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    Goat Girl In a cottage far far away there lived a girl named June. June lived with her mother and father. Every day, June and her mother would go out and find new flowers to look at and to see and eventually sell. June’s mother 's favorite flower was a petal flower and the only place that had the petal flower was by the Witch 's’ house. Once in awhile June and her mother would go out and try to see the flower without getting caught by the mean old Witch. While June and her mom went flower hunting

  • The Story Of A Cottage

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    In a cottage far far away there lived a girl named June. June lived with her mother and father. Every day, June and her mother would go out and find new flowers to look at and to see. June’s mother 's favorite flower was a petal flower and the only place that had the petal flower was by the Witch 's’ house. Once in awhile June and her mother would go out and try to see the flower without getting caught by the mean old Witch. While June and her mom went flower hunting her father would go out and try

  • Myrtacea Family Research Paper

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    are symmetrically radial and perigynous; possessing 4 or 5 sepals and petals; at least 5 stamen which are long and obvious. Anthers are adnate or versatile, opening by longitudinal slits or by pores. (Flora of Australia Volume 19 1998).  Eucalyptus genus: Exist as either mallees or trees, possessing smooth or rough bark. Adult Eucalypt leaves petiolate, are decusate and can be either glossy or dull. Their petals and sepals are joined, forming a cap over the bud which results in one or

  • Reece Biology Study Material

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    Campbell's Biology, 9e (Reece et al.) Chapter 35 Plant Structure, Growth, and Development In previous chapters, students have been exposed to basic processes in life such as photosynthesis, respiration, and evolution. Chapter 35 provides key vocabulary on plant structure and development and introduces basic concepts and processes. This information is critical for understanding higher-order concepts introduced in subsequent chapters. Multiple-Choice Questions 1) One major advantage of

  • Lab Report : ' Lab Girl '

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    parts: sepals, petals, stamen, and pistil are known as complete flowers. Subsequently flowers which lack one or more of their parts are known as incomplete flowers. In the cases involving symmetry, a flower is considered regular if its whorls are symmetrical and irregular if it is unsymmetrical. According to their sexes, a plant is considered perfect if it has both the male and female reproductive system and imperfect if it only has one reproductive system. Lastly if a flower has numerous sepals, petals

  • Anatomy of an Orchid Flower

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    family resemblance. Orchid flowers are generally bilaterally symmetrical—only a single imaginary line can be drawn through a flower to create a mirror image. A typical orchid flower has three sepals (the outer segments that protect the bud before the flower opens), alternating with three petals. The petals and sepals may be similar or not, showy or inconspicuous. The middle petal, which is always opposite the column, is usually quite different from the others. Called the lip or labellum, it comes in a

  • Droseraceae: The Carnivorous Plant Family Essay

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    center of the “trap” has a reddish color and the sides of the trap have fourteen to twenty stiff bristles that interlock when the trap closes. The flowers of this plant are white and in a cluster at the tip on a 15-45 cm stalk. The flowers have five sepals and five petals. There are 15-20 stamens. The seeds are numerous and are formed in a round capsule (Rix M, Cheek M, Davis S. 2011). This genus is found in south-east United States in North and South Carolina. There are also populations recorded

  • An Extraction Of Knowledge Using Meta Heuristic Models Essay

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    Soft Computing An Extraction of Knowledge using meta heuristic models --Manuscript Draft-- Manuscript Number: SOCO-D-15-00222 Full Title: An Extraction of Knowledge using meta heuristic models Article Type: Original Research Keywords: Data mining, association rule, fuzzy logic, neural network, particle swarm optimization, artificial bee colony algorithm and harmony search algorithm Abstract: Huge amounts of data are collected nowadays from different application domains and are not feasible

  • Geolab

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    Chapter 38 Angiosperm Reproduction and Biotechnology 38.1 Q: Distinguish between pollination and fertilization. A: In angiosperms, pollination is the transfer of pollen from an anther to a stigma. Fertilization is the fusion of the egg and sperm to form the zygote; it cannot occur until after the growth of the pollen tube from the pollen grain. Q: What is the benefit of seed dormancy? A: Seed dormancy prevents the premature germination of seeds. A see will germinate only when the environmental

  • Spotted Touch-Brown Flowers

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    Spotted touch-me-not has an unmistakable, bright orange color. There are red-brown speckles throughout the flower. The shape of the flower is interesting as well. It is similar to the shape of a cornucopia, which is composed of 3 unequal sepals and 5 petals (appearing as 3). These unique flowers hang off their balances from a slender stem. The flowers attract animal species such as hummingbirds, who suck the nectar out of the plant. The stem seems watery, and when picked the entire plant will wilt

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