Monday, September 9, 2013

September 9-13

Q: Why do you think it is important for you to know the basic structure parts and functions?

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Ms. B

27 comments:

  1. I believe that it is important to know the parts and functions of a plant so that you can properly care for the plant as well as have a greater understanding for the physiological reasons behind problems your plant may have. It is crucial to understand the fundamentals of the plant in order to properly maintain an understanding of the way in which your plant functions.
    Melissa Cousino

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    1. That's a good answer. -Darryl Harris

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    2. I completely agree. -Hannah Ramirez

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    3. It is very important, I agree.
      -Gabriela Molina

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    4. It is very important, I agree.
      -Gabriela Molina

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  2. I think it's important to know the the parts functions of things because as soon as you know them, you can reference back to them as you go deeper and learn new things. -Darryl Harris

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  3. I think it is important because when you can water your plants enough, and plant them in the right season.
    Alex van Ravenswaay

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  4. Its important to know the basic structures and functions because you could easily kill a plant and there would be no benefits that would come from growing plants, especially if you want to make a career out of agriculture -Hannah Ramirez

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  5. It's important to know the basic structures and functions of a plant because this way you'll know how to properly take care of them.
    -Mariela Lopez

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    1. I agree because its very easy to kill a plant.

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  6. It's important to know the basic structures & functions of a plant because if you know them, you will know what you are doing.

    Ayman Wahed

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  7. It's important to know the basic structure and functions of a plant because what if your doing an assignment were you need to name the parts and its function. Also if your into that and plan on working with that in the future it will help you. You need to know the basic structures because that way you would now how to take care of them properly.
    -America Espinosa

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    1. I agree with that also America that is very important.
      - Iman Andrews

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  8. It is important to know the basic structures and functions of a plant because you need to be prepared to be able to answer any question a teacher might test you on, or ask you about. Another reason why knowing what they are is important is because if your working in a greenhouse and your teacher or intructor says something that you need to do that requiers you knowing those parts and functions youll probably be very lost.
    Tyree Nicholas

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  9. It is important to know the basic parts and functions because horticulture is everywhere, so you need to know and not look lost.-Deyvi Dominguez

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  10. It is important to know the structures and parts because then ou will know how to take care your plant or garden without having them die.
    - Rebecca Ortega

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  11. It is important to now the structure of a plant because it is good to know what parts of a plant you can eat and what parts you can not. Also it think it is important to know what you are eating from a plant

    - Iman Andrews

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  12. Its important to know plant structures because you will know what plant part does what. This could help you when deciding what to eat off of a plant.

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  13. It is important to know what you are looking at, which parts so u can know u can eat and what u can't.

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  14. It is important to know the structures and parts of a plant because it helps you better understand what plants they are and how to distinguish them.

    Gabriela Molina

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  15. it is important to know the basic plants structures and functions because it helps you better understand. -Tyra Mallet

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