Asked in Parsley
Are flat leaf parsley and cilantro the same thing?
Flat leaf parsley and cilantro look very similar but they are in fact different herbs. You may know cilantro by its common name which is coriander ...
Asked in Botany or Plant Biology
What is the advantage of having a leaf that is broad and flat?
The advantage to having a leaf that is broad and flat in my opinion is that you can use it for many purposes. If you are lost in a forest somewhere and you find a flat, broad leaf you can use it as a cup to drink fresh water you find, or you can use it as a plate to eat something on. If you have several broad, flat leaves, it would also be easier for you to create shelter...
Asked in The Difference Between
What are differences between cestodes and trematodes?
Cestodes: Flat, elongated, and possess segments called proglottids Trematodes: Flat and leaf-like body ...
Asked in Human Anatomy and Physiology
How does the structure of a leaf relate to its function?
The main function of a leaf is to help the plant with photosynthesis. The structure helps with this by being flat and wide and by facing the sun. ...
What is the photosynthetic tissue in a leaf?
The photosynthetic tissue in a leaf is called the mesophyll. Leaves are made for photosynthesis; for this purpose, leaves are flat and thin, so that the sunlight can penetrate the deepest tissues of the leaf itself. Hope that helped. (: ...
Asked in Parsley
What is the scientific name of parsley?
Parsley tends to be used as an herb, and as a spice, in food preparation and service. There are two forms of parsley that are used as herbs. One form has the common name of curly leaf parsley [Petroselinum crispum]. The other has the common name of flat leaf parsley, or chervil [Petroselinum neapolitanum]. The curly leaf tends to be preferred by cautious cooks. For unlike its flat leaf counterpart, it can't be confused with poison hemlock. ...