|Investigation by Brady|
We learned there are nonvasular plants and vascular plants.
What is the difference between vascular and nonvascular plants?
Vascular plants have tubes that run between the roots and leaves; nonvascular plants do not.
Students are studying plants. They did a QUICK LAB.
Question: What is going to happen to the vascular plant?
Hypothesis: I think the cells are going to change
Procedure: Observe the stalk in H20
Observe when the color is added.
Results: The vascular plant cell changed color. The celery stalk changed because absorbed the water.
Conclusion: I noticed that the celery stalk changed color because it absorbed the water.