Is a sun flower a vascular or non vascular plant?
They are vascular;)
The sunflower plant responds to sunlight so that the flower heads always faces the sun. When the sun shines on the plant, the side of the stem in the shadow, receiving less light), is stimulated to grow faster than the well lit side. The uneven growth tilts the flower head in the direction of the sun giving the appearance of the flower moving to point towards the sun.
Yes, the poinsettia will flower year after year. To ensure that the flower will live and flower next Christmas, place the plant in a cool, dark place and give it a small amount of water as needed to moisten the soil. Bring the plant back out in the coolest part of the Fall and give it partial sun. The plant shoud soon put on new foliage.
Short answer: the sunflower IS an angiosperm (flowering plant). Here is the taxomomy (classification) of a sunflower: Kingdom: Plantae -it is a plant Subkingdom: Tracheobionta - it is a vascular plant Superdivision: Spermatophyta - it is a seed plant Division: Magnoliophyts - Flowering Plants (this is the division of Angiosperms) Class: Magnoliopsida - dicotyledons Subclass: Asteridae (aster is Latin for "star" - these flowers are star-shaped) Order: Asterales Family: Asteraceae Genus Helianthus (heli = sun…
The plant's leaves have small pores in them by which they transpire water. In the hot sun, the plant fails to take in enough water to replace the water that it loses to the surrounding air. Without the water to maintain the positive pressure in the plant's stem and vascular system, the plant becomes flaccid and wilts.
Phototropism is responsible, is when the sun rays stimulate the plant at its vascular and cellular level allowing for it's stems cells to bend around towards following the light source (sun). As the plant bends around following the light source, the plant's stem side walls located farthest away from the light source elongate allowing for the plant to travel following the sun.
it depends what type of plant it is. If it is a flower and it is in the sun it would probably die. but if you keep the flower in shade and give it a tiny bit on sun AND lots of water it will be ok. Obviosly a cactus will be fine in the sun! Any other plants usualy CAN survive in summer but give them lots of shade still a bit of sun…
Plants Eat from the sun (if you still don't understand, keep reading) The Sun shines down onto the flower, and all of the nutrians go into the plant. The nutrians then got of the stem of the flower, which feeds the flower. (This is also how it gets it's energy.) Plant's breath like a human.. it is hard to explain. Sorry! :)
For starters, you can type in future and get some zombie costumes or trickedout for lawn mower costumes First, Choose sunflower, melon-pult, winter melon, Tall-nut, Imatator tall-nut, jalapeno, squash, flower pot, and twin sunflower (if Nesessary). Roof Cleaners Are Strongly required. Plant 2 Rows Of Sunflowers. Then Plant 1 Colum Of flower pots, with tall-nuts on them. There is one colum of flower pots, plant melon-pults on them. Plant winter melons on the melon-pults. Thats…