The Osage Orange and Its Enivroment

This topic submitted by Jay Axe , Matt Cottrill, Paula Moran, and Neal Rosenthal ( at 4:19 pm on 9/10/00. Additions were last made on Wednesday, May 7, 2014. Section: Myers

Our proposal for the student generated lab it to study the Osage Orange Tree. To study two selected trees in two different enivorments and find what differences they have in root structure, leave architecture, and overall health. We also want to look the fruit and find how it is used to spread seeds.
Also, we would like to investigate what animals, insects, or other life benefit from these trees. We would like to increase our knowldge of the Osage Orange Tree while finding the differences an enivorment can cause.

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