Why Sunflowers Face Toward the Sun?

Answer A plant native to the United States, sunflowers are grown for many reasons, including for oil, seeds, cut flowers or to provide a border hedge. They are strongly associated with the sun. Sunflowers... Read More »

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Why Sunflowers Face East?

Plants exhibit many kinds of responses to their environment. Roots grow down seeking the deep dark of the soil, leaves face the sun to make photosynthesis more efficient and sunflowers even follo... Read More »

How did Roosevelt's response to German aggression toward Britain differ from his response to Japanese aggression toward China?

No. Grover Cleveland, US President TWICE (non-consecutively[!]) was well-known as a non-interventionist. During his second term in office, he spoke against the annexation of Hawaii. He was also aga... Read More »

Classifications of Sunflowers?

You call it a sunflower, but its full name is Plantae Tracheobionta Spermatophyta Angiospermae Eudicotyledon Asteridae Asterales Asteraceae Helianthus annuus L. Thanks to botanist Carl Linnaeus, wh... Read More »

How to Farm Sunflowers?

Sunflowers are often admired for their beauty and their seeds are enjoyed as a popular snack food. But sunflower farming also plays an important role in the world economy. Vast quantities of sunflo... Read More »