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  • Which of the following is/are a method of Pollination?
    Which of the following is/are a method of Pollination?
    1. Wind (e.g. maize pollen blows over to the female flower parts)2. Insect (e.g. bees transfer pollen to new flowers as they move around collecting nectar)B is NOT correct, because coconuts are a giant fruit with a giant seed in them - this is seed dispersal, not pollination.

  • Which graph shows the effect of temperature on the rate of photosynthesis?
    Which graph shows the effect of temperature on the rate of photosynthesis?
    The answer is D. The rate of photosynthesis keeps rising until 40 degrees Celsius. Above the temperature of 40 degrees, the enzymes responsible for photosynthesis lose their shape and cannot synthesize glucose anymore. Hence photosynthesis experiences a steep drop and around 50-60 degrees, the enzymes get completely destroyed hence photosynthesis stops completely.

  • Which labeled parts are the female parts?
    Which labeled parts are the female parts?
    Ovary, carpel, style, stigma, ovulesthis was my answer, sorry, I need ten words

  • What is the difference between Agave and Aloe?
    What is the difference between Agave and Aloe?
    Agave is a plant that belongs to the family of Asparagaceae, and it has over 208 different spices. They range from 6 inches to 10 feet tall. Some of the agave species has sharp pointy leaves with curled fibers on its end. Aloe, also known as Aloe vera, belongs to the family of Asphodelaceae and it has over 500 different spices. Though both agave and aloe have similar looks and are tolerant of the drought, there are huge internal differences between agave and aloe. The juice of aloe vera can be consumed in various ways, but most agave plants are dangerous and poisonous so its juice cannot be consumed. Though the leave of agave and aloe may look very similar, existing they are quite different. Agave leaves are fibrous and have a vascular system of fiber running on the entire leaves. With this trait, rope and strings can be made from agave leaves. Aloe leaves have a gelatinous interior. Its leaves have no fiber. Agave leaves can be used for the production of strings and ropes, as an ornamental plant and in the output of tequila while aloe is medicinal and it is widely used in the pharmaceutical industry. Aloe is used to treating minor burns, skin rashes, and to a lower level of sugar in the blood.

  • What is the name of the labeled part "A" in this diagram? Word Bank: Stamen, Filament, Anther, Stigma, Style, Ovary, Carpel, Petal, Ovule, and Sepal
    What is the name of the labeled part "A" in this diagram? Word Bank: Stamen, Filament, Anther, Stigma, Style, Ovary, Carpel, Petal, Ovule, and Sepal
    The correct answer to this question is B, ovules. They are found in seed plants, located in the gynoecium. Ovules consist of three parts. These parts include the integument, which forms the tough, outer layer. Then there is the nucellus, which is the largest part of the ovule and is home to the nutritive tissue and embryo sac. The last part is the megagametophyte, which produces an egg cell for fertilization. There are several different patterns of the ovule including apical, basal, marginal, and free-central presentations. Along with these patterns, there are six types of ovules which include hemi-anatropous, orthotropous, anatropous, amphitropous, and circinotropous.

  • What word matches a leaf tip?
    What word matches a leaf tip?
    The tip of the leaf is acute. This means that the angle of the leaf with the horizontal is less than 90 degrees. These are different names assigned to special angles that allows mathematicians to classify different mathematical values. The angle that is more than 90 degrees is called an obtuse whereas that at the perfect 90 degrees is called a right angle. The tips of the leaves are converging to a single point and when you measure the different sides to evaluate the angle they make, we find that it is an acute angle as it is clearly less than 90 degrees.

  • What would be your first obstacle to invading a host plant that you would have to overcome if your were a plant pathogen?
    What would be your first obstacle to invading a host plant that you would have to overcome if your were a plant pathogen?
    Physical barriers on the exterior of a plantbecause the first step, before the pathogens can infect they must destroy the physical barrier

  • What are Conifers?
    What are Conifers?
    Conifers are Vascular plants that means they have vascular tissues that conduct mineral transport from the soil to all parts of the body

  • Is the vagina self-cleansing?
    Is the vagina self-cleansing?
    Since figure e is pointing to the entire middle part, and that is the woman part of the flower, the answer would be Pistil. I remember that as woman use guns too.

  • Which of the following best describes a difference between mosses and ferns?
    Which of the following best describes a difference between mosses and ferns?
    Moss is found close to the ground and it may appear as a fuzzy green blanket covering the ground. Moss does not produce flowers and is considered to be a plant. They are not vascular. Moss frequently will take in water and it does this a lot faster than other plants. It takes in carbon dioxide and needs sunlight even though it may be located under trees. Ferns are plants that are vascular unlike the mosses. They have spores, but they do not have flowers either. They are a typical plant that has leaves and appears to be a very small palm tree. The main difference between the ferns and mosses is that the ferns possess roots and leaves and mosses do not.

  • What is the main difference between an animal cell and a plant cell?
    What is the main difference between an animal cell and a plant cell?
    Plant cells have cell walls and chlorophyll, while animal cells do not.Animal cells do not have cell walls or chlorophyll.

  • What is the difference between Fertilizer and Turf Builder?
    What is the difference between Fertilizer and Turf Builder?
    Every home-owner wants to have a beautiful lawn that is lush and green. However, fertilization is needed for the green grass to have steady growth. Turf Builder is only a brand name of a fertilizer that is manufactured by Scotts Company. It is a synthetic fertilizer that could harm the soil. The following are the differences between Fertilizer and Turf Builder: a. NATURE: Fertilizers can either be natural or artificial while the Turf builder is a synthetic fertilizer. b. MODE OF ACTION: The physical form of fertilizers has been known to be slow in action. It takes a long time for the nutrients to be impacted into the soil. Whereas, the turf builder is a miracle fertilizer that takes little time in changing its nutrients to the soil. c. INDIRECT IMPACT: The natural form of fertilizers has no disadvantage or negative impact on the soil to which it is applied, but the turf builder has a high tendency of harming the earth. Also, when a turf builder is used, the nutrients do not remain in the soil for long.

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