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Lab Inform: Species Observation

Abstract:

The basic objective of the experiment was to watch the incredible world of the Plant Kingdom in different areas of the school. The observation wasbasically in different areas the parking was an area with 4 species. The experiment was developed in the parking in this area the students counted how many trees are for each species.

Keywords:* Species: Is the word biologists use to describe organisms which are closely similar in appearance and which can breed and produce fertile offspring.
* Tree: Is a perennial woody plant. It ismost often defined as a woody plant that has many secondary branches supported clear of the ground on a single main stem or trunk with clear apical dominance
* Papiros: Aquatic plant, a swamp grassof the sedge family.
* Pino Monterrey: Tree size is a medium to high, about 30 feet high. Is a tree species belonging to the family Pinaceae, genus Pinus
* Acacia Japonesa: Medium to largetree in its place of origin may reach 35 m in height, but in plantations does not exceed 20 m. With about 70 cm in diameter at the trunk.

Introduction:

Basically the experiment was plantobservation around some areas of the school, those plants are part of families and kingdom. The species are each of the groups in which gender divide, ie the limitation of the generic in a particular areamorphologically. In biology, a species is the basic unit of biological classification.

Procedure:

Papiros: Cyperus papyrus.

Aquatic plant, a swamp grass of the sedge family.

Pino Monterrey:Pinus radiata.

Tree size is a medium to high, about 30 feet high. Is a tree species belonging to the family Pinaceae, genus Pinus

Acacia Japonesa: Acacia melanoxylon.

Medium to large tree inits place of origin may reach 35 m in height, but in plantations does not exceed 20 m. With about 70 cm in diameter at the trunk.

Acacia Sabanera: Albizia lophanta

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