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    Described as among the major terrestrial radiations of life (T. Jonathan Davies et al, 2003) The Flowering Plants also are known as Angiosperms are the most diverse group of land plants, with 416 families. There are 250,000 to 400,000 estimated plant species (Christenhusz, M. J. M.; Byng, J. W. (2016) (Thorne, R. F. (2002). Flowering plants are distinguished from other plants e.g., gymnosperms because of their distinct characteristics such as their flowers, production of fruit with seeds and endosperm

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    Key words: cytokinins, cotyledon, cotyledon segment, decapitated cotyledonary –stage seedlings, Linum austriacum, regeneration. Abbreviations: BAP: 6-Benzylaminopurine; IBA: indole-3-butyric acid; PGRs: plant growth regulators; TDZ: thidiazuron. Introduction Licensee is one of the flowering plant families that consist of genera, including Anisadenia, Cliococca, Hesperolinon, Linum, Radiola, Reinwardtia, Sclerolinon and Tirpitzia. The largest genus of this family, Linum, contains about 230 species

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    Asphodelaceae (Aloe Family) CLASSIFICATION Dahlgren et al. (1985) divided the Monocotyledons into several superorders of which the Liliiflorae is the largest. The order Asparagales is the largest of the five orders within Liliiflorea. One of the families within Asparagales recognized by Dahlgren and his co-workers was Asphodelaceae (Chase et al. (2000). Asphodelaceae consists of the sub-families, the Asphodeloideae and the Alooideae. The Alooideae consists of six genera of which Aloe is the largest

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    Amborella Trichopoda and Angiosperm

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    the reconstruction on the embryonic patterns for diversification in flowering plants, mainly angiosperms. An angiosperm is characterized to be the most recent plant that has flowers and produce seeds in an enclosed carpel. It has plant and floral properties that have evolved from the three main lineages of flowering plants- monocotyledons, eumagnoliids, and eudicotyledons. The Amborella Trichopoda is an interesting specie in plants because it has developed a new embryo that provides evidence to the

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    Gregor Mendel Essay

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    Plant hybridization is when you cross two plants that are genetically different in order to get a new genotype. Genetic variation is simply put as the diversity in genes. I believe that Gregor Mendel used pea plants because first of all, pea plants are very cheap plants. I also believe that Gregor Mendel used pea plants because there are so many different kinds of pea plants with different distinguishable traits. For example, pea plants come in all kinds of different

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    True Love

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    Andrew Carpenter Picetti English, 1 9 April, 2014 Love Isn’t Perfect; Their Eyes Were Watching God Essay “Cinderella finds the perfect man and lives in a castle the rest of her life, so why can’t I?” Society uses fairytales to make children think that love is perfect, but the sad reality is that true love has flaws. In Their Eyes Were Watching God, by Zora Hurston, Janie’s experiences show that true love is not like a fairytale. Throughout the novel Janie has three separate relationships, trying

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    Janie and the Pear Tree in Their Eyes Were Watching God by Zora Neale Hurston In Zora Neale Hurston's Their Eyes Were Watching God, the image of a pear tree reverberates throughout the novel. The pear tree is not only a representation of Janie's life - blossoming, death, metamorphosis, and rebirth - but also the spark of curiosity that sets Janie on her quest for self-discovery. Janie is essentially "rootless" at the beginning of her life, never having known her mother or father and having been

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    The Oak and the Apple

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    “Why does the farmer always waste his time with that petty old apple tree,” the big strong oak asked as a young woodpecker landed on a low hanging branch. “Well,” whistled the woodpecker, “he does provide delicious apples that everyone on the farm very much enjoys.” “That’s all he’s good for”, replied the big oak tree. “I on the other hand provide shade for the house so it doesn’t get too hot in the summer. My largest branch provides a sturdy structure to hang a tire swing on in the fall. My body

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    Zora Neale Hurston uses many symbols throughout her novel, Their Eyes Were Watching God, to represent many different things. Symbols are important in a novel because they reveal ideas and qualities beyond the literal sense of the symbol. Symbolism also helps the reader better understand the deeper meanings of the book. Zora Neale Hurston uses various symbols such as a horizon, Janie’s hair, and a pear tree in Their Eyes Were Watching God. The horizon is a powerful symbol that is recurrent throughout

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    earth contains approximately 600,000 species of plants with only five percent of them investigated chemically or pharmacologically (Bunce,1987). During current times, many have shifted their attention to alternative options such as the plant False Unicorn Root because of the benefit brought about by its consumption. The plant that is the focus of this paper has been analyzed, studied, and closely examined for its many uses and benefits. That plant is given the informal names either False Unicorn

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