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A few days after the kernel germinates, you would notice that the roots of all the kernels were growing downward, even those coming from an upside-down kernel. It is helpful to present the data in a table. 4. Analyze and interpret the resulting data to reach a conclusion. Examine the data to determine whether the evidence matches the prediction stated in the hypothesis. What is your conclusion? 5. Share new knowledge with the scientiﬁc community. Because you are a student in a college class, you might write a laboratory report.
In his book, On the Origin for all organisms, from beans to giraffes to bacteria. of Species by Means of Natural Selection, published in Information encoded in genes—that is, in the DNA 1859, Darwin brought together many new findings in that composes genes—is transmitted from one generageology and biology. He presented a wealth of evidence Michael P. Gadomski/Photo Researchers, Inc. root, stem, and leaves—within a seed, in this case, an acorn. Development continues when the seed germinates and the young plant (called a seedling) emerges from the acorn (•Figure 1-7).
Of environment, one that allows humans (as well as other organisms) to survive without compromising the ability of future generations to meet their needs. For example, humans and other animals depend on plants to produce food by the process of photosynthesis. Bacteria and fungi perform the essential role of decomposition, which releases essential minerals (inorganic nutrients) for plants to reuse. In addition to their essential roles in the environment, plants and other organisms provide us with a variety of products.