Tuesday, October 11, 2016

My seed bank work

Today we learnt about seed banks It was a really interesting topic.
What I think I did well was finding the right answers and information    

What were the students asked to save?
A rare species of  broad bean.

What are the threats that plants can face?
Getting to wet and rotting,cross-pollination,not having fresh plantes.

Give 2 examples of seeds that are being saved currently and the reasons
for this.
E1:Moringa oleifera Saplings: Saplings are getting stored for a New generation or life for us on another planet this tree will help purify and generate water .
E2:Granny Smith apple seeds:Granny Smith apple seeds are stored if we run out of a species of apple we will always have a backup.  

What were the challenges the students faced growing the broad beans?
Too much rain and some of the beans were to wet.

How did the students save the seeds of of the Broad Bean?
They got locals to grow some in there gardens.
List 3 new words that you have come across and explain what they mean in your own words.

The variety of plant and animal life in a particular habitat, a high level of which is usually considered to be important and desirable.
Occurring naturally in a particular place
Start to grow

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