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7th.sc. ch.2 bd.5

7th. grade science chapter 2 Brain Drain 5

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is this plant inferior or superior sunflower inferior
is this plant inferior or superior pea blossoom superior
is this plant inferior or superior plum superior
is this plant inferior or superior buttercup superior
is this plant inferior or superior sage superior
is this plant inferior or superior queen anne's lace superior
is this plant inferior or superior tulip superior
is this plant inferior or superior daffodil inferior
is this plant inferior or superior grass superior
how do monocots and dicots differ monocots have long, slender leaves with parallel veins, flower petals in multiples of three fibrous and one cotyledon dicots have broad leaves and with branching veins, flower petals in multiples of four or five a taproot and two cotyledons
to which of the two groups of flowering plants do grasses belong monocotyledons or monocots
how do corms and rhizomes differ corms are thick, vertical, underground stems rhizomes are horizontal stems lying along, or just under, the ground
what are the dormant plants of the meadow grasses
name the creeping stems of a grass plant stolon
at what point is the leaf attached to the stem of the grass plant at the node or joint
why are the grasses so important to us to provide food crops for people and livestock
label each characteristic as belonging to either a monocot or a dicot: 2 cotyledons dicot
label each characteristic as belonging to either a monocot or a dicot: petals in multiples of 3 monocots
label each characteristic as belonging to either a monocot or a dicot: taproot system dicot
label each characteristic as belonging to either a monocot or a dicot: branching veins dicot
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