How would you destarch the leaves of a potted plant?
Leave it in the darkness for 48 hours
You can perform an experiment to show that chlorophyll is necessary by using a a potted plant having variegated leaves.(This ia a leaf having several different colours) Destarch the plant by keeping it in the dark for several days. During this time, no more starch is made and the starch present is used up in respiration. The plant is then placed in strong sulinght fo a few hours. Remove one leaf and test for starch…
How would a plant cell found in the leaves of a plant be different from a plant cell found in the roots of a plant?
A potted plant is growing on a window sill in bright light The plant is rotated one-half turn each morning How would this turning affect the way the plant's stems grow?
Because if it didn't the leaves on the side not getting as much sunlight would not be able to photosynthesize as easily, where as if you turn it then each area of the plant will get as much access to the sunlight in order to carry out photosynthesis, providing you water it that is. NOTE: Plants only ever have one stem - the long bit in the middle that holds it all together i.e is…
Yes, I would think so. Give the plant water and sunlight after it blooms until all of the leaves dry up. Then keep it in a dry place until fall and set in the ground, about 4 inches deep with the roots down. I do warn you- tulips are not like daffodils- they do seem to make new bulbs and spread and usually die out in a few years.
This plant is a dicot because of the venation of the leaves. Because this plant has a network of xylem shoots in the leaves this plant is a dicot. It would have linear venation in the leaves if it was a monocot. Also it has 2 cotyledons that sprout after germination with also confirms that this plant is a dicot. Thanks, TS
It depends on the type of dinosaurs carnivore or a plant eater. Plant Eater=A plant eater would eat shrubs, leaves, flowers any type of plant I would think. Carnivore=Meat eg.other dinosaurs or animals. === === It depends on the type of dinosaurs carnivore or a plant eater. Plant Eater=A plant eater would eat shrubs, leaves, flowers any type of plant I would think. Carnivore=Meat eg.other dinosaurs or animals. === ===
The yellowing of the leaves tend to be caused by infrequent or irregular watering of this particular species. Over watering or water left in the saucers of potted plants will also cause this. Nutrient deficiencies can also cause this though a lack of flowering and general health of the plant would also be contributing factors. A complete slow release fertiliser will remedy this.
The answer depends on the sort of plant and the amount of ice cream. Dropping a scoop of ice cream into a huge potted palm tree would have little effect, but adding the same amount of frozen dessert to a small potted rose would kill it. The frozen temperature and the high sugar content of the ice cream are both harmful to many plants.