Hormone-Induced Plant Propagation Lab using Carrot Root Cultures
Young scholars evaluate the importance of hormones in living things. In this biology lesson, students experiment on carrots to differentiate how humans and plants reproduce. They collect data from experiment to answer analysis questions.
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