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Plant Appreciation

by: Shanell Coleman

Plant Appreciation 18519

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Date Created: 10/10/16
Lab #6  Plant Appreciation Lab  Part I: Why plants are important Plants are the backbone of all life on Earth and an essential resource for human well­being. Just think about how your everyday life depends on plants. Food: Everything we eat  Air: Oxygen is brought  comes directly or indirectly  to you by plants, as a  from plants. Throughout  byproduct of  human history, approximately photosynthesis.  7,000 different plant species   have been used as food by  people.  Water: Plants regulate the  Habitat: Of course,  water cycle: they help  aside from humans'  distribute and purify the  myriad uses, plants  planet's water. They also help  make up the backbone  move water from the soil to  of all habitats. Other  the atmosphere through a  species of fish and  process called transpiration. wildlife also depend on  plants for food and  shelter. Medicine: One­quarter of all  Climate: Plants store  prescription drugs come  carbon, and have  directly from or are  helped keep much of  derivatives of plants.  the carbon dioxide  Additionally, four out of five  produced from the  people around the world  burning of fossil fuels  today rely on plants for  out of the atmosphere. primary health care.  Read  more about why plant  extinction threatens the  discovery of new medicine  here.   Part II Native plants and their uses  1. Southern Magnolia  2. Crepe Myrtle  3. Black Walnut  4. Dogwood  5. Water Oak  6. Cypress (may have a smell) 7. Soap Berry 8. Sycamore  9. Sugar maple  10. Cedar  11. Red Bud  12. Gingko Bilbao  13. Rosemary  14. Lantana Part III Mitosis  Plants Mitosis Animal Mitosis  Both are the same except the last step. Cytokinesis. 


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