A conical plug is used to regulate the airflow from thepipe shown in Fig. P3.118. The air leaves the edge of the conewith a uniform thickness of 0.02 m. If viscous effects are negligibleand the flowrate is 0.50 m3/s, determine the pressure withinthe pipe.
Organismal Biology Dr. Carl S. Lieb 3/14/2016 & 3/16/2016 Gymnosperm By cones Reproduction -Female Cones Cluster of megasporophylls (Ex: pine cones) -Male Cones Often the same as plants or female cones, cluster of microsporophylls Angiosperms (flowering Have flowers and fruits. Are wind and animal pollinated. plants) Ovules are enclosed in tissue of parent sporophyte (carpels). Heterosporours, non-motile. Four sets of modified leaves: Sepals: enclose & protect the other floral part during bud stage, small and green Petals: inside sepals, colorful if pollinated by animals. Small/absent if pollinated by wind. Stamens: Inside petals. Consists of stalk (filament) & a sac that contains microsporangia (anther). Carpels: Fused into a pistil. At the base of the pistil is the ovary. Inside the ovary there are ovules. On top of the pistil is a sticky part (stigmata) on which pollen sticks. If a species has all four floral organs (sepals, petals, stamens,