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Question:i need a picture of a hibiscus flower with LABELED parts to it
Answers:Here is simple diagram with labeled parts:
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Question:I think the ovule of a dandelion is the part where it holds the seeds of the dandelion...
But after searching for so long on the web and images, I can't find a labeled diagram or explanation.
Please help ):
Answers:The scientific name of the plant / flower in question is Taraxacum
Kindly click on the link below to see a labeled photo-
What we call Dandelion flower is in fact a collection of small flowers ( florets ).
This is a feature of all plants oa asteraceae family ( Sunflower , Dahlia etc)
The flowers or florets of Dandelion are of two types viz. Peripheral ray florets and central disc florets . Ray florets are generally attractive .
Click on the link below and study Arnica flower that is very similar to Dendelion--
Taraxacum officinale the florets are of one type only i.e. Almost all of them are Ray florets.
The basic floral structure of all asteraceae members is the same . So if you study any one of them carefully you will get a fair idea about Taraxacum flower ,( For example Sunflower dipicted below )
Question:umm...im designing an experiment to test ph...i have to make indicators from 3 different species of flowers (pink primrose, red hibiscus, and yellow primrose)...now i dont know what to write as my hypothesis and expected results...help please...the method is as follows:
Mortar and pestle
70% rubbing alcohol
HCl, hydrochloric acid (pH = 1)
Vinegar (pH = 3)
Distilled water (pH = 7)
Ammonium hydroxide (pH = 11)
Sodium hydroxide (pH = 13)
One well plate
i'll add the other details in a min Procedure
Using a mortar and pestle, crush the petals of one of the flowers.
Add 8 ml of alcohol to the mortal n continue to crush the flower petals.
Use the medicine dropper to transfer one ml of the alcohol and crushed petal solution into a single well. Continue adding the solution to six separate wells lined up vertically. Thoroughly rinse the mortar n pestle with tap water. Repeat steps 1-5 with each type of flower. Use a dropper to add one ml of HCl to each of the wells in line #1. Use a dropper to add one ml of vinegar to each of the wells in line #2. Use a dropper to add one ml of distilled water to each of the wells in line #3. Use a dropper to add one ml of ammonium hydroxide to each of the wells in line #4. Use a dropper to add 1 ml of NaOH to each of the wells in line #5. Use a dropper to add one ml of unknown acid or base to each of the wells in line #6. Draw a diagram showing the color change after adding the acid n base solns. Determine relative ph of unknown soln.
Answers:This sounds like an assignment! Are you in school? That would imply that you're under 18! You had better have a joint parent/child account! Show me proof of this and i might not raport you to Yahoo! Woah there missy! Your'e really asking for it! What?, you ask? Trouble! Thats what!Although I am admidditely under 18 myself I'VE GOT SKILLS and know what I am doing, you do not, THATS THE DIFFERANCE! As for your question, I am a softmore with two special ed classes. In SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA!!! You know what that means! G'day mate.
Question:Find the slope and y-intercept of each line.
y = -3x + 9
a) slope: 3, y-intercept:- 9
b) slope: -3, y-intercept: 9
c)slope: 1, y-intercept: -3
d) slope: 9, y-intercept: -3
2. Find the slope and y-intercept of each line.
y = x - 3
a) slope: 3, y-intercept: -1
b)slope: -3, y-intercept: 1
c) slope: 1, y-intercept: -3
d) slope: -1, y-intercept: -3
3) Which of the lines graphed in the diagram represents the equation 6x + 4y = 8?
a) line a
b) line b
c) line c
d) line d this too.
David is selling floral arrangements. Each arrangement uses 1 vase and 12 roses. Each vase costs David $2.00. Let C be the total cost of the arrangement and r be the cost of 1 rose. Which equation should David use to find the total cost of each arrangement?
a)C = 12r + 2
b) C = 2r + 12
c) 12C = r + 12
d) 12 = C + 2r