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Essay | External Structure of Roots and Stems

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External Structure of Roots and Stems

Summary: A biology lab report in which the structure of plant roots (tap and fibrous) and stems are compared.
The lab exercise about External Structure of roots and stems enabled us to see and hold the parts of the roots and stems of plants, thus examine them more closely. We were able to compare the different root systems and the kinds of stems of different plants, thus we were able to find similarities and differences. We examined different root systems and labeled the parts, thus we were able to differentiate both kinds of systems from one another. We were also given the chance to examine closely a monocot and a dicot plant. Thus, we were able to sketch and label the parts, allowing us to further see the similarities and differences between the two. Overall, we were able to successfully label the parts in spite of the discrepancy in time allotted for the experiment.

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Imagine a mountain that has no grass, no...

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This section contains 1,215 words
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