Samples of the following plants are labeled with letters. Write the letter in the blank next to the correct name.
Samples of healing plants are labeled with letters. Write the letter in the blank for the plant that is used in treating the following:
22. Choose any one plant from our hike beyond the FSM China Friendship center. Give the Latin binomial for the plant you have chosen. Write down also the local name in your language if the plant has a name in your language. Write down a local traditional use for that plant here in Micronesia.
23. Mosses, ferns, and other "primitive" plants share some common features and needs in their reproductive cycles. What are those features/needs?
24. Define the term culture bound syndrome ("cultural disease")and give an example of a culture bound syndrome in Micronesia.
25. Describe a healing use of a plant. The catch: you cannot describe a use for the plant from your state, you must describe a use of a plant described by another member of the class who is from a different state. If you can recall, also include the name of the plant presented by that member of the class.
26. Why are there no baby Cook Island Pines on Pohnpei?
27. While in the garden Lee Ling spoke about the importance of nutmeg. Nutmeg is so very important that the textbook also covers this topic at length. What is the importance of nutmeg?
28. Use the samples in class to do the following matching of gymnosperm leaf types:
29. What key features distinguish gymnosperm reproduction from the reproduction of the more primitive seedless vascular plants such as mosses, lycopodium, ferns?