SC/SS 115 Ethnobotany test two ✿ ❦ ❀ Name:

  1. On 02 October the class visited the Pwunso botanic garden to view gymnosperms and economically useful plants. Name three economically valuable plants seen that day and their use:
  2. During the lecture on 09 October Lee Ling covered the gymnosperms. What characteristics distinguish the gymnosperms from other plants?
  3. During our Thursday 11 October visit to Island Food Community, you learned about the CHEEF benefits of local food. What are the CHEEF benefits - what do the letters in CHEEF signify?
    Island Food Community presentation
  4. On 18 October Jacky and Risenta shared Kon with the class. What is two plants is kon typically made from and for what occasions is kon prepared and served?
    Chuukese kon, a food dish from Chuuk
  5. You probably did not think you were signing up for SC/SS 115 Land Cleaning. What are the educational learning reasons for maintaining an ethnobotanical garden?
    ethnobotanical gardening
  6. In the lower right corner of the image above is Cananga odorata (seiren en wai, ilanglang, pwalang). What is the name of the leaf shape for Cananga odorata?
  7. What is the name of the leaf shape seen in the image below?
    leaf shape: palmate
  8. Label the parts of a leaf.
    Vegetative morphology blade petiole stem
  9. ______________ In what country is the kente cloth worn by Lee Ling on 30 October an example of material culture?
  10. There were two styles of Pohnpeian thatching that were produced on 01 November doakoahs en Ruk and doakoahs en Pohnpei. Make a sketch of doakoahs en Ruk and of doakoahs en Pohnpei depicting the differences in the two styles of thatching.
  11. What is the cultural and symbolic significance of a Pohnpeian ngarangar (kohwa when filled with sakau?
    uht doamwdoamw
  12. The Yapese basket for older men, the soway, is designed not to "stand up". Why?
    uht doamwdoamw
  13. Label and identify the following parts of a solitary flower. Include the whorl names as well as the names of the parts.
    Floral morphology petals filament ovary pistil stigma anther sepals
  14. Floral formula as SVG diagram K5C5A∞G5 K5C5A∞G5 Floral morphology. For the floral formula shown, indicate the number of sepals, petals, stamens, and stigmas.
    ____ sepals
    ____ petals
    ____ stamens
    ____ stigmas
  15. ________________________________ Tough one: What plant has a flower with the above floral formula?
  16. Identify each feature below as to whether the feature belongs to monocots or dicots.
    diagram of dicot and monocot features