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Wisconsin Fast Plants
What are Wisconsin Fast Plants? Type of mustard, radish, cabbage plant especially bred by Paul Williams of the University of Wisconsin
Water to break the seed coat Germinates in a day or two
root emerges with root hairs
Day 2-3 Day4 (FRI) Stem and leaves We’ll count emerge
WFP Life Cycle Video Fast Plants Time Lapse Video
How do you grow WFP? Need constant light (5-10 cm from growing tip) (2-4 inches)
How do you grow WFP? Need constant moisture (Use pipette or small beaker)
How do you grow WFP? Seeds are tiny-do not cover with very much potting soil
How do you grow WFP? Need fertilizer
Label your quads
See purple stems and non-purple stems ANL and anl
Green and Non-green leaves
Wisconsin Fast Plants® F1 Non-Purple Stem, Yellow-Green Leaf (F1 Anthocyaninless, Yellow-Green)
F1 seed from cross of Non-Purple Stem, Yellow-Green Leaf (anl/ygr) × Purple Stem (ANL/YGR); Green Leaf
AP Lab 7 Wisconsin Fast Plants “Who’s The Father?
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Unit 3 Lesson 1 What Are Some Plant Life Cycles? Copyright © Houghton Mifflin Harcourt Publishing Company.
I know that a plant is a living thing because it: moves and reacts to its environment grows and changes reproduces Online activity.
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Content Objective After working with given diagrams, the students will recognize the name and identify the parts of the plant with 80% accuracy. Language.
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Life Cycle of a Plant How living things grow, live, and die This presentation was created following the Fair Use Guidelines for Educational Multimedia.
When you receive your Fast Plants Packet... Quietly begin reading the contents of the packet to yourself… Follow along with this PowerPoint to fill in.
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Plants By: Mrs. Jarrell. What does a plant need? Water Sunlight Fresh air Soil Space Love.
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