The Viola Violet in Kepler-22

By: Elizelda Martinez

Description of the Viola Violet:

This flower is purple like a violet but different due to it's different adaptations in Kepler-22 were it was verly discovered and brought back to investigate more about it. This flower disperses seeds by the wind during the day but not throught animals due to it's closing throught the night for protection and it's camouflaging to it's environment surrounding it. It may also disperse by it's hairy hairs that have some seeds stick to it at the end flying away or by the spread of water moving them. This flower is also asexual and sexual.
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Labeled Structures:

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Description of Environment:

The Viola Violet is found in a hot weather atmosphere with a low altitude. During the night the weather gets a little cool causing the flower to close for protection. It also rains once in a while like the earth does but not harshly.

How do its seeds disperse?

This flower disperses seeds by the wind during the day but not throught animals due to it's closing throught the night for protection and it's camouflaging to it's environment surrounding it. It may also disperse by it's hairy hairs that have some seeds stick to it at the end flying away or by the spread of water moving them.

Reproductive Method:

This flower reproduces asexually and sexually. I know this because in my flower there is fruit growing from my plant in the bottom which makes it be reproduce sexually and it's also asexually because it can reproduce On its own due to its hairy antennas sticking out of the plant.

Similar Flower:

The similar plant that I based my flower in was the Violet they are similar due to there same leaves and the color. The difference between this flowers is that one flower can camouflage while the other can't, can disperse its seeds faster, and can protect itself from predators.