Reeces Plants & Mushrooms Project

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Reeces Plants & Mushrooms Project

  1. 1. Mushrooms <ul><li>Some mushrooms in Massachusetts </li></ul><ul><li>Milk white toothed polypore </li></ul><ul><li>Brown toothed crust </li></ul><ul><li>Oak maze gill </li></ul>Mushrooms make other foods more tasty because of their umami , which is the fifth taste of a mushroom. Since mushrooms are 90% water and contain some fiber, they help fill you up and delay hunger. In Massachusetts you can only eat some mushrooms because some are poisonous.
  2. 2. The Daedalea Quercina Mushroom <ul><li>The Daedalea Quercina is a distinctive polypore with a thickly maze like pore surface and very tough flesh. A similar mushroom is the Gloeophyllum mushroom. It either grows by itself or in a small group. </li></ul>
  3. 3. The Pine Tree in Massachusetts <ul><li>There are about 35 species of Pine Trees found through out North America. Pines are evergreens so they are always green. Pine Trees have needle shaped leaves. The female flowers of the tree are called cones. Some insects that hurt them are the southern pine beetle, European pine sowflys, and the white pine beetle. </li></ul>
  4. 4. The Rose in Massachusetts <ul><li>The Rose has been a symbol of love, beauty, even war and politics from way back in time. The Rose is most popularly known as the flower of love, particularly red rose. Roses have been the most popular choice of flowers for the purpose of gifting across the world. A bunch of Roses or even a single Rose works in a house or office. </li></ul>
  5. 5. Thanks for watching!!!!!!!!!! By Reece McLeod

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