Ppt on different types of plants

Plant Adaptations.

Plant Adaptations Types of Adaptations Structural adaptations are the way something is built or made. Behavioral adaptations are the way something acts naturally or by instinct. Structural Adaptations Adaptations to get food Leaves and stems absorb energy from the sun. Behavioral Adaptations Adaptations to get food Plants/ predators a painful itchy rash. Plant Adaptations for different Biomes Desert and Drought Adaptations Small leaves, needles, or spines on desert plants conserve water. Thick waxy leaf /


Title How does litter effect plant growth?. Description Our project is just growing plants with different types of every day litter in our plants like.

? Description Our project is just growing plants with different types of every day litter in our plants like wrappers, news paper, soda cans, and cigarette butts Question Does litter effect plant growth? Hypothesis I predict that the cigarette butts will die before the other plants Materials 6 Cups 6 Plates 6 seeds Water 1 window 1 magic marker for name of type of litter Bags News paper Cans Candy wrappers/


Plant Propagation by Division and Separation. A subtle difference Division – plant parts were not intended to be separated (at least not immediately,

, perhaps by death) – requires us to cut or pull plants apart Separation – Plant parts are formed with the intention of detaching (specific abscission zone) – plant parts detach naturally (although we may help) Reasons to divide 1.“Make” a bunch of new plants (propagation) 2.“Revive” existing plant(s) 1.Preserve certain characteristics (chimeras) Chimera Single organism with two genetically different types of tissue Sansevieria = periclinal chimera never propagate true- to/


Plant Material Should you use rootstocks? Where to get vines? Is it clean?

get vines? Is it clean? Plant Material Clonal Material Grafting vs. Own-rooted Types of rootstocks  Why choose rootstocks? State quarantines Northwest Foundation Service Other sources of grapevines Securing Plant Material Need high quality plant material Prevent disease spread Prevent pest spread Consistent high quality fruit Clones What are clones?  Genetically uniform material  Sisters/brothers Benefits? Many clonal trials ongoing  May differ for the region being tested/


Copyright © 2003 Americas’ SAP Users’ Group Use of Impress SAP-P3 Interface for Projects – Session 3804 Stuart Graham, Halliburton Process Lead - Project.

, S, P, X (Internal, Preq, Service, Primary, Exclude)  Solution  Global Network Type (Project Profile/Network Profile)  P3 Custom Data Fields Order Type Override (Plant, MRP Controller, Order Type) Activity Type, Superior Activity, Subnetwork  I, E, S, P, X (Internal, Preq, Service, Primary, Exclude) XP3 Activity (Exclude) E0010External Activity element to Activity 0010 G0030SG090E200Primary Activity of Subnet to Network SG090E200 0030 IInternal Activity Examples: Design Solutions  Exclusion/


Living Organisms.

have the organisms changed? How are they alike and different? Freshwater Plants Woodland Plants Freshwater and Woodland Animals Freshwater Animals Woodland Animals How are Plants and Animals Alike and Different Plants Animals What are the characteristics of plants and animals? How have our seeds Changed? What is Alike and Different about each plant Taking a Look at Ourselves What makes us similar of different to the organisms. What makes an organism a/


Kingdom Protista. Protist Characteristics 200,000 species come in different shapes, sizes, and colors eukaryotes All are eukaryotes – have a nucleus and.

different shapes, sizes, and colors eukaryotes All are eukaryotes – have a nucleus and membrane-bound organelles Most are aerobic and single celled All live in a moist environment Kingdom Protista Protists are grouped into three major phyla based on their nutritional needs. 1. Animal-like, the protozoa 2. Plant/type causes malaria http://highered.mcgraw-hill.com/olc/dl/120090/bio44.swf Malaria in red blood cells 2. Plant/binary fission 2C) Diatoms Have shells made of silica, so are glass-like carotenoids /


Dredges & Barges. Dredges  Used in different mining applications  Sand & gravel are most commonly dredged materials  Other minerals also mined with.

Used in different mining applications  Sand & gravel are most commonly dredged materials  Other minerals also mined with dredges Dredge Types  Suction/’s unlikely you will go get it when needed Drowning  Account for majority of dredge fatalities Life Jackets  Wear at all times while working on or around /protected  Mechanical bonding & grounding maintained Electrical Safety  Dredges with on board power plants differ from those with shore power because vessels’ hull used as neutral or ground return /


Our Precious Environment. How do animals and plants grow? Plants and animals need air, water, light and nutrition to grow. Green plants uses Photosynthesis.

ovary. A fertilized egg ripens to become fruit. Theses fruits have seeds. When seeds are dispersed on soil, they again becomes plants or trees. How do plants reproduce Different types of soils 1. Soil Type: Sandy Sandy soil has the largest particles among the different soil types. It is dry and gritty to the touch, Because the particles have huge spaces between them, it can’t hold on/


Differences and Similarities between Plant and Animal Cells Clicker Questions with Group Discussion Questions © Copyright. All Rights Reserved. www.cpalms.org.

Differences and Similarities between Plant and Animal Cells Clicker Questions with Group Discussion Questions © Copyright. All Rights Reserved. www.cpalms.org 1.Which type of cell(s) have a cell membrane? A.Plant cells B.Animal cell C.Both D.neither 2. Which type of cell(s) has cell wall? A.Plant cells B.Animal cell C.Both D.neither 3. Which type of cell(s) has a nucleus (the region/


Animals & Where They Live. We Know that we classify animals in different groups What are they? Amphibians Reptiles Bugs Mammals Fish Birds.

habitats Click the flower below Places where animals live are called habitats. There are two different types. Land Water DesertDesert A desert is an environment that gets little rain. Only a few kinds of plants and animals have habitats there. Desert plants and animals do not need much water. Most desert plants store water and use it later. Many desert animals get their water from food/


Deciduous Biome Temperature- 50 degrees Rainfall- 30” to 60” Plants- oak, fruit, beech, maple and sweet gum trees Location- North America, middle Europe,

, ground squirrels, jack rabbits, kangaroo rats extra facts: 4 different kinds of deserts: Sonora (warm) Great Basin (Nevada, Utah) Great Mojave Chihuahua Tropical Rain Forest temperature: 68-93 rainfall: 100” a year plants: they have drip tips and they have a waxy coating, roots have what they call prop roots animals: Bengal tiger, chimpanzee, different types of bats, Toucan Special facts: largest rain forest is in/


 3.L.3.2. Students are able to explain how environments support a diversity of plants and animals  Environments: Rainforest  Kayla Banks.

found in the rainforest. The parrot is one animal you find in the rainforest In the rainforest you can find many different plants Sloths can be found in the rainforest Many different types of trees are found in the rainforest Frogs are animals found in the rainforest Many different plants are found in the rainforests Waterfalls are found in the rainforest as a supply for animals and/


The First Stage: The Egg The mother butterfly lays many tiny eggs on a leaf. The leaf that the eggs are laid on is called a host plant. A host plant.

laid on is called a host plant. A host plant is a plant that will be used as food for the larva that hatch from the eggs. Each type of butterfly has a specific host plant. For example milkweed is the host plant for monarch butterflies. After about 5/ grown into an adult butterfly it emerges from its pupa and is now free to fly. Different butterfly species have different life spans. The average life span of a butterfly is 2 weeks. Sources: thephotoforum.com http://www.kidsbutterfly.org/life-cycle http://www/


Citec Russia project example Location:Russia Customer:OJSC VOLGA (Pulp’n’Paper Plant) Citec scope: Project:Power plant for own needs with capacity ~ 150.

Adaptation Project type:Engine Power Plant End Customer:Different, can not be discolsed/ Citec project example Location:Belarussia, Pruzhany Customer: MW-Power Capacity3.7 MWe + 13.7 MWh Citec scope:Multidiscipline design Project type:Bio Fuel Power Plant End Customer:Brestenergo Power plan type:Biopower 5DH Citec Russia´s Other References Technical Due Diligence Services for a business centre in Moscow, Russia – Sponda Consultation for the selection of/


How do all living things grow and reproduce?

How do all living things grow and reproduce? Types of living things There are many differences between living things and nonliving things. Unlike nonliving things, living things grow and reproduce. Plant growth Plants grow by turning the sun’s energy into sugar and starches which they use to make leaves, flowers, and fruits. Plants change some sugars and store them as starches. The sugars and starches that/


Let’s look at living things

look at living things Life Processes Let’s look at living things Living Things There are many different types of living things and they all look very different when compared to each other. But all living things have seven things in common. We call/ roots move deeper into the soil 2. Reproduction Animals have babies: some lay eggs and the babies hatch out of these. Plants produce seeds and new plants grow from them 3. Sensitivity All living things respond to changes in their environment and react to them. eg./


Ocean Environments 11.1 Ocean coasts support plant and animal life.

from shore. coral reef kelp forest kelp forest A large community of kelp, a type of seaweed that can attach to the ocean floor. phytoplankton hydrothermal vent CHAPTER RESOURCES KEY CONCEPT SUMMARY 11.2 phytoplankton Conditions differ away from shore. coral reef phytoplankton kelp forest Microscopic floating organisms that live in water and, like plants, convert sunlight and carbon dioxide into food. phytoplankton hydrothermal vent/


T HE P LANT P ROJECT. Q UESTION Which type of soil will they grow better in?

will they grow better in? H YPOTHESIS Will they all grow in the different types of soil? M ATERIALS. 4 fast growing seeds.Water.Light (sun light).Dirt.sand.rocks.Healthy soil.Clay P ROCEDURES 1.First get 4 small pots and then fill /my science partner Jaqueline came up with a design to make that happen. And what we found out in our finding that Clay was the best one. that the plants grew the best in and so what we came up with is to make these clay pots and roll some clay ball.and we put the seeds in the /


Innovation in Power Plants Dimitry Perel, E O IP Sales, SIL dimitry

generation and mechanical drive Power turbine inlet guide vane can be set for different ambient conditions Two shrouded uncooled blades and honeycomb seals High efficiency diffuser Power/Turbine Steam turbine for CSP plants Direct Driven 3000 rpm Exhaust Axial connection to condenser Last Stage Blades Three fixed rows of standard blades 2013 Siemens Steam/ Manufacturing Site – Gas Turbines 2013 Siemens Industrial Power: Portfolio Overview Gas Turbines Type Power Output (MWe) 5 10 15 20 25 30 35 40 45 50/


TITLE. Does different type of light effect plant growth? Question.

with others) Photos and video from project Community connection project Kayla Nokeo Does different type of light effect plant growth? Replace the green houses and houses with halogen light bulbs because we don’t get a lot of sunlight in Seattle. Halogen grew the tallest out of all the other plants that we grew with the others and that one grew straighter than the other 3. Thank/


» Butterflies only eat flower nectar » Different types of butterflies like different types of plants » Examples: butterfly bush, sunflowers, zinnias,

» Butterflies only eat flower nectar » Different types of butterflies like different types of plants » Examples: butterfly bush, sunflowers, zinnias, snapdragons, lilacs. » Host Plants are what butterflies lay there eggs on to be hatched » Milkweeds are the most common host plant where a caterpillar gets it’s food. » Butterflies need sunlight to regulate their body temperature » But if it gets too hot the butterfly won’t survive » A good butterfly garden/


Swan plants = food Most customers buy swan plants for food for caterpillars or they plant them so that female Monarchs will lay eggs on them. Female Monarchs.

scent pouch) on each hindwing The veins on the wings of a female are broader than a male’s Interesting immigrants! Monarchs come from North America and ‘flew/blew’ here in the 1840s The swan plant comes from Africa – and probably arrived here as a/include fly spray, sun screen, hand cream, flea collars – not ‘just pesticides’ Plants may have different levels of toxicity : soil structure, type of milkweed, humidity etc… This can also affect caterpillars. Let caterpillars transfer themselves by putting the new/


Bean Seed Growth in Different Types of Soil. Big Question Do seeds grow better in potting soil, coffee grounds, sand, or cow manure?

manure is what my dad uses in our garden to grow vegetables and I can’t imagine how plants could grow in coffee grounds. Interesting Facts from Research There are many different types of beans Beans are grown all over the world Beans are used in many different types of foods Beans are good for you and high in protien and fiber Experiment - Materials The materials I/


Plant and Animal Cells. Animal cell Epithelial Tissue Animal cells. The Simple Epithelial Tissue Types.

cells). Cell wall an additional external boundary outside the plasma membrane in Plant cells relatively inflexible much thicker than the plasma membrane not found in animal cells Cell wall made of different substances in different organisms Cellulose in plants (forms fibers... The fiber in our diet) Vacuole space for temporary storage of materials sac of fluid surrounded by a membrane often store food, enzymes, and other materials/


Agrobacterium rhizogenes GALLS Protein and Crown Galls Jason Neal-McKinney Dr. Walt Ream Department of Microbiology.

Galls protein to function and interact with host cell proteins Experiment Layout Step 1: Create 3 plasmids containing the different versions of the GALLS gene Step 1: Create 3 plasmids containing the different versions of the GALLS gene pJNM 389- Wild Type NLS pJNM 389- Wild Type NLS pJNM 390- No NLS pJNM 390- No NLS pJNM 392- Tobacco Etch Virus NLS pJNM 392- Tobacco Etch/


Plant Structure and Life Span Root vs. Shoot System F 3 Form Follows Function Different Environments Different adaptations.

, marigolds Bienniels i.e. carrots, cabbage Plant Structure and Life Span Woody Plants Produce woody shoot system All are perennials Some herbaceous also perennials Differences in shoot vs. root system Cells and Tissues (table 5-2) Ground Tissue What is tissue? Simple Complex Primary and secondary cell walls Cell and Tissue Types Ground Tissue/Parenchyma Cells Most common type of herbaceous cell Storage Photosynthesis Secretion Ability/


CHEER TIME ENTERPRISE (Taiwan IPO Listed No. 3229)

plant tel: 86-573-88580888 #8877(Sales Dep.) China plant fax: 86-573-88580858 China Plant address: 1108ZHENHUA ROAD, TONGXIANG ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT ZONE. ZHEJIANG CHINA       convenience of location rapid and stable delivery     guarantee of fine quality    outstanding operation team   RoHs Comp. production   accept all types of/Different S/M color ◆Clear legend screen ◆Strict-controlled auto-plating line ◆ Small hole plating& impedance requirement ◆Comply with High TG and RoHS production process China plant/


 If the plants do not have sunlight they will look like this…  If the plants do have sunlight they will look like this…

NO! The roots actually suck the water up. The soil just helps it do so! Some plants grow good in different types of soil than other plants.  yes is the correct answer! Plants like Aloe or Orchids can be grown without soil. Some times you can grow plants in a special type of gel. All they need is roots they work like straws. Have you ever drank some kind/


THE PLANT FAIRY. Different types of plants are in nature.

appearance. Herbs are smaller than bushes with soft green stems. Climbers need support to stand erect. Creepers creep on ground. Different plants have different types of plants. Leaf differ in shape, colour,and margin from plant to plant. Each part of a plant has a function. Plants make our planet beautiful. THE PLANT FAIRY SUB;EVS STD 111 WORK SHEET 1.Name a A] climber -------------- B] creeper -------------- C] tree ------------------- D] shrub ---------------- E] herb/


Warm Up In pea plants round seeds (R) are dominant to wrinkled seeds (r) and yellow seed color (Y) is dominant to green seed color (y).  If a plant heterozygous.

has at least four different alleles. Human blood type is also multiple allelic, meaning that there are three possible alleles, A, B, and i (ii causes O type blood) Multiple Alleles Polygenic Traits Many traits are produced by the interaction of several genes. Traits/ Morgan worked on the fruit fly, Drosophila melanogaster. Morgan showed that Mendel’s principles applied to animals and not just pea plants. He was the first Kentuckian (and only… for now) to be awarded the Nobel Prize in Medicine. He was awarded/


Russian Olive Elaeagnus angustifolia. Classification Kingdom Plantae – Plants Subkingdom Tracheobionta – Vascular plants Superdivision Spermatophyta –

Russian Olive Elaeagnus angustifolia Classification Kingdom Plantae – Plants Subkingdom Tracheobionta – Vascular plants Superdivision Spermatophyta – Seed plants Division Magnoliophyta – Flowering plants Class Magnoliopsida – Dicotyledons Subclass Rosidae Order Rhamnales Family Elaeagnaceae – Oleaster family Genus Elaeagnus L. – oleaster Species Elaeagnus angustifolia L. – Russian olive Shape, Form, Type Bark This species of plant has no bark. Twig Leaf Bud Flower Fruit Habitat and Range NATIVE RANGE- /


Animals 7 th. What is an animal? Compare animal, plant, and bacteria What is symmetry? – What types are there?

animal? Compare animal, plant, and bacteria What is symmetry? – What types are there? Do animals use sexual or asexual reproduction? How does that benefit the species? Are all animals capable of moving? How are sponges and cnidarians similar? – Describe differences in reproduction How big /So which are we more closely related to? What makes a mollusk a mollusk? What is are the differences and similarities between the 3 kinds of mollusks? How do they eat? How do they move? Which is the most complex and why? /


Kingdom Protista Anything but a prokaryote, fungus, plant or animal!

a type of algae now! Protistsflagellates.asf Amoeba proteus Sarcodines Video Clip Protistssarcodines.asf Paramecium Stentor Ciliates Video Clip Protistsciliates.asf Plasmodium malariae Algae plant-like because they have cell walls and are autotrophic NOT like plants because /-celled and the multicellular algae DO NOT have the complex structures that plants do such as roots, stems, and leaves….also the cell wall composition can be different as well. Red Algae- Rhodophyta Brown Algae- Phaeophyta Green Algae- /


Distilling and Purification Plants “Water, water everywhere…”

, water everywhere…” Objectives Comprehend the theory and operation of distilling plants including energy transformations that take place Comprehend the theory and operation of distilling plants including energy transformations that take place Comprehend the different types of distilling plants Comprehend the different types of distilling plants Comprehend the concepts of salinity monitoring and water conservation Comprehend the concepts of salinity monitoring and water conservation “Water, water everywhere/


Invasive Plants. What are they?  Come into an area and out-compete native plants  Usually do not have native predators (i.e. insects, grazing animals)

have native predators (i.e. insects, grazing animals)  Create a “mono-culture”- only one type of plant in an area  Often introduced:  As ornamental garden plants, which “escape”  As “hitchikers” on ships or in cargo  For a purpose, with unintended results What are they?  Often have different growth cycles than native plants (start earlier in the season)  Control methods can often lead to increased propagation (more/


Irrigation. Irrigation Requirements   Know how much your plants need.   Know how much water each part of your watering system applies.   Match your.

your system’s output to your plant’s needs. Irrigation System Factors  Soil type and condition  Plant type and plant size  Condition of the water  Weather and climate information 44 55 6 How Much Water Do Your Plants Need 6 77 88 9 How Often Do We Need to Water? 9 10 1111 12 How Deep Should You Water? 12 1313Depth Size of Plants Examples 1 Foot Small Ground/


3.A.4 Animal vs Plant. Drill Which came first Prokaryotic or Eukaryotic and how do you know?

first Prokaryotic or Eukaryotic and how do you know? Objective Relating how animal and plant cells are both eukaryotic. Then being able to compare the similarities and differences to animal and plant cells Agenda Lecture Eukaryotic Cells – plant versus animals Types of Eukaryotic Cells – Protista, Fungi, Plant, Animal Comparing Plant and Animal Cells – Define and Explain Differences Lysosomes Vacuole Mitochondria Chloroplasts’ Cells Walls Activities Worksheet Coloring or Looking at/


Plant Structures and Functions. Stems All stems look very similar, but upon closer observation there are many differences!

stems look very similar, but upon closer observation there are many differences! Functions of Stems Support and position leaves Responsible for size and shape of plant Transport water, minerals and food Green stems produce food Specialized / Arrangement Leaf spacing and arrangement varies Three major types Alternate Opposite Whorled Draw all 3 in your notes Reproductive Parts Seed – Formed by fertilized ovules – New, diversified plant life Fruit – Plant ovaries – Protect and nourish seed Reproductive Parts /


Canola Planting Brad True. Seed Bed Preparation Canola is very susceptible to soil crusting Canola is very susceptible to soil crusting Seedbed must be.

June will significantly reduce yield Planting in May will reduce risk of heat and drought stress during flowering Planting in May will reduce risk of heat and drought stress during flowering Canola is frost tolerant and can tolerate temperatures as low as 24 degrees Canola is frost tolerant and can tolerate temperatures as low as 24 degrees Different Varieties Argentine Type Argentine Type Higher yield potential Higher/


STANDARD & GENERIC COSTS FOR WOOD FIRED BIOMASS PLANTS H.BASARAN/B.CHAKKA AUSTIN ENERGY RCWG MEETING SEPTEMBER 21, 2012 1.

– base load similar to coal or nuclear Current protocols do not have a category for wood fired biomass plants. ERCOT assigns this type of plant to an “other” category which has zero $ offer cap for startup and minimum energy. It results/California Energy Commission has some data for different type of Biomass plants (Slides # 7-10) Do we use different values for different sub categories of biomass plants or do we use only one average for all type of biomass plants? Plant in question is Biomass Combustion – /


 A rabbit is chased by a lynx › These animals are interacting!  What two types of organisms are there?  Abiotic (Water, air, soil) › Non-living organisms.

is chased by a lynx › These animals are interacting!  What two types of organisms are there?  Abiotic (Water, air, soil) › Non-living organisms in an environment  Biotic (Plants, animals, people) › Living organisms in an environment  We all have different roles in life … › Team member › Student › Brother › Daughter  Just like us … organisms play different roles as well niches  The roles they fill are called niches  In/


Requirements Scientific name and common name History of the plant Types or different varieties Where is it grown? How is it grown? Nutritional information?

and common name History of the plant Types or different varieties Where is it grown? How is it grown? Nutritional information? Recipe—it must include your plant as an ingredient Fun Facts—how did it get its name, how many are eaten each year, etc. Helpful Sites Here are some helpful websites that I found. If you can’t find your plant here, just google it/


Plant project By : Crystal Cantu. Faro Cactus Because the plant is from the desert it can cope with entence heat, but they need full sun little water.

The grapes grow sooner then expected sometimes, and the skins of the grape grow a outer fuzz from the the grape to protect. Algae Algae is a plant from the ocean theirs three different types they can produce oxygen even though they are from the ocean/ and an survive in or out of water. Roots Roots absorb water, dissolved minerals, contains vascular /


JEOPARDY By Chris O’Sullivan Let’s play. Chapter 3 Vocabulary Plant Adaptations Plant Parts Game Board 200 100 200 300 400 300 400 300 400 300 100 Unusual.

two parts that look the same. SYMMETRY F 4 - 200 What is the main difference between the two types of stems? SOME ARE SOFT AND FLEXIBLE, WHILE OTHERS ARE HARD AND WOODY. F 4 - 300 Beggar’s lice and Milkweed are two types of plants that have this adaptation to create new plants. THEIR SEEDS ARE CARRIED AWAY TO A NEW LOCATION F 4 - 400 List 4/


Chapter 8 Notes Plant Reproduction – 2 types  Produce offspring that are genetically identical to the parent (Asexual) Produce offspring that are genetically.

+ mesocarp + endocarp Pollination  Occurs when pollen reaches the stigma  2 types—cross-pollination and self-pollination o Cross-pollination—pollination by a different individual o Self-pollination—pollination by the same individual  Self-pollination has similar results/mixing of genetic material o insures genetic diversity Mechanisms to Insure Cross- pollination  Stamen and Style mature at different times  Stigma and pollen are incompatible—stigma prevents pollen growth if it’s from the same plant /


Target: To understand what differentiation is and what factors influence how and when cells differentiate within different organisms Differentiation -

of carrying out specialized functions - as cells differentiate, they become different from one another - together, the specialized cells join and form tissue, then organs, then organ systems Structure Difference - multicellular organisms start life as one cell. From mitosis & differentiation, single cells become organisms with specialized structures Function Difference - as cell structure begins to differentiate, their jobs change. Ex: plant/ its DNA, function, & type of organism Some cell’s differentiate /


What is a plant? Multicellular Autotroph Sounds like it could be a protist so far. And the embryo develops within the mother plant. Plants evolved from.

the seed. A fruit is an ovary that has enlarged to protect a seed! Seeds can be protected in different ways. When plants bear seeds that are ‘naked’, meaning not enclosed in an ovary they are called a______________. When seeds are protected/. Which type of flower would you plant and why? Plant structure Buds – undeveloped shoots (terminal =end of a stem) Blade – main part of the leaf Petiole – connects leaf to the stem Leaf veins – carry nutrients to/from leaves Root types Fibrous roots – a mat of thin roots/


Differences Between Two, Very Different, and Basic Plants CactusAlgae 1.This plant only needs a couple of drops of water, before going months, without.

Differences Between Two, Very Different, and Basic Plants CactusAlgae 1.This plant only needs a couple of drops of water, before going months, without it. 2.Cacti ( cactus in plural )live in deserts. 3.Cacti provide (help) many wild animals by giving them a home. 1.This plant absolutely needs water to survive. If you take it out of the water, this plant can die. 2. This plant lives in the/


Output 2 intervention planning Sources of information : Output 1 FGD Baseline Farm characterization  Entry points definition LegumeCHOICE tool FCD : context/farmer.

, Gender) FCD Legume types/ Functions Niches (space and time) Interventions Approach Farmer Needs and Constraints ( include typology, Gender) FCD Legume types/ Functions Niches (space and time) Interventions Options/Legume types that respond to needs// ok for mucuna Defining niches Temporal Are there specific timing that could allow integration of legumes (related to seasonality)? Exploring planting legumes during dry season cropping Irrigation availability Varieties that could be integrated in other /


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