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AP Lab 7 Wisconsin Fast Plants Whos The Father?
What are Wisconsin Fast Plants? Read the lab and do p.2 Type of mustard, radish, cabbage plant especially bred by Paul Williams of the University of Wisconsin
WFP Life Cycle Video Fast Plants Time Lapse Video
See stems and ANL (purple) and anl (non-purple or green)
Grow seeds in Petri dish Use Lid as bottom Other part as cover Cut paper towel circle Wet paper towel well with a pipette NAME
Water is to break the seed coat Germinates in a day or two
FRIDAY -Mark Petri dish lid into two halves -Label P on one side, F 1 the other -Moisten paper towel circle and place 5 seeds in each side of the lid F2 WFPF2 WFP (1:57) PF1 Put you initials on the Petri dish cover
Root emerges with root hairs to increase surface area for water absorption.
Petri dish at slight angle under a light It will sit all week-end so be sure there is enough water in the Petri dish.
Day4 (MONDAY) (cont. on next slide) Stem and leaves emerge Water F 1 and P well. Observing the Seeds (make 3 quantitative and 3 qualitative observations, sketch and color, count the genotypes and phenotypes.) Attach a paper with these observations.
Monday: Now plant F 2 Place 10 seeds in a Petri dish Two rows of 5 Water well. Label F 2 Cover Label your initials Put under light at a slight angle 0
Tuesday Take data for F 1 and P Check on seeds –add water if needed
Day 7 (Friday) DATA COLLECTION DAY OF F 2 Purple/Standard Non-Purple/Standard Purple/Rosette-Dwarf Non-Purple/ Rosette Dwarf (see pictures next slide)