Cindy Wang - Leaf - Rugosa Rose

The category of my observation for this experiment is leaves, and they are an essential component of all plants on earth. Leaves all have the same basic structure of midrib, an edge, veins, and a petiole, as well as the similar function of carrying out photosynthesis, which provides energy to plants converted from sunlight. The species that I find the most interesting out of all of my observations is the Rugosa Rose, and it is distinguished for its exceptionally large, bright red or orange-red fruits. Its leaves are dark green, wrinkly, and deeply veined leaflets that are toothed and oval-shaped. The phylogeny of this species can be traced back to the Genus Rosa branch of wild roses, which is widely distributed throughout temperate and sub-tropical habitats from the northern hemisphere to tropical Asia. Geographical analyses suggest that the mild weather and annual little fluctuation of temperature in Asia played a central role as a genetic reservoir in the evolution of the genus Rosa.

Publicado por cinderfantasy cinderfantasy, 17 de septiembre de 2021


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