Plant lab

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Plant Lab
Erick Aragon
Daniel Rodas, Karla Molina
12th “C”, February 21, 2011
1) Objectives
The objectives for this lab were to learn and describe the different characteristics of the species ofthe kingdom Animalia. Another objectives were, to identify the representatives of the groups and learn the 3 rules of binomial nomenclature.
2) Materials:

• Paper
• Pen
• Preserved plants
•Different sources of information (books, internet, notes, etc.)

3) Procedure:

• Form 6 groups of 3 students and find the station each group was assigned.
• Each group leader grabbed aplastic box with the preserved plants inside a recipient and took the box to the table.
• Every group will have no more than 7 minutes to complete the assigned work.
• For each plant, students had todo the following:
- A picture of the plant specimen
- Kingdom that it belongs to.
- Way of feeding
- Phylum of classification
- Principal Characteristics

• Students had to find out thescientific name of each specimen and write it down beside the plant name. (using the 3 rules of binomial nomenclature).

4) Plants Information

b) Plantae
c) Autotroph
e) Vascular, seed, gymnosperm. Adapted to growth in hot, dry semi-desert climates.
Pines grow from 3–80 m tall, with the majority of species reaching 15–45 m tall. Pines are long-lived,typically reaching ages of 100–1,000 years or even more.
Pinus pinaster

b) Plantae
c) Autotroph
d) Ginkgophyta
e) Vascular, seeds, gymnosperm. Reach a height of 20–35 m. deep rooted andresistant to wind and snow damage. grows best in environments that are well-watered and well-drained

Gynkgo biloba

b) Plantae
c) Autotroph
d) Magnoliophyta
e) Can reachlengths up to 3 meters. able to achieve a lifespan of 50 years. capture, and digest insects.

Drosera stenopetala

b) Plantae
c) Autotroph
d) Pteriodophyta
e) Vascular,...
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