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Sunflower /ˈ sən flou (ə)r /

Is a tall North American plant of the daisy family, with very large golden-rayed flowers. Sunflowers are cultivated for their edible seeds, which are an important source of oil for cooking and margarine . The pattern of seeds within a sunflower follows the Fibonacci sequence, the spirals you see in the center are generated from this sequence -- there are two series of curves winding in opposite directions, starting at the center and stretching out to the petals, with each seed sitting at a certain angle from the neighboring seeds to create the spiral.

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Lemon leaves (ˈ lɛmən liːvz )

A lemon is a bright yellow fruit with very sour juice. Lemons grows on trees which have leaves, in warm countries . Within each leaf, the vascular tissue forms veins. The arrangement of veins in a leaf is called the venation pattern. T he veins of the leaf have a net-like appearance, forming a pattern known as reticulate venation.

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poin·set·ti·a / poinˈsedə,poinˈsedēə /

A small Mexican shrub with large showy scarlet bracts surrounding the small yellow flowers, popular as a houseplant at Christmas . Flowers, and nature in general, exhibit mathematical patterns in a number of ways. Regular flowers, like a buttercup, have petals that are all relatively the same in size and shape. Irregular flowers, like orchids, are arranged on at least one plane of symmetry.

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Lemon /ˈ lemən /

A small tree or spreading bush of the rue family ( Rutaceae ) and its edible fruit. Lemon juice is a characteristic ingredient in many pastries and desserts, such as tarts and the traditional American lemon meringue pie. Lemons have a number in the Fibonacci sequence, 8. The number of segments on the lemon is where you would count to see if the lemon is part of the Fibonacci sequence . To find the Golden Ratio in lemon you have to divide a line into two parts that is equal to the whole length divided by the longer parts.

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A rose is a woody perennial flowering plant of the genus Rosa, in the family Rosaceae , or the flower it bears. There are over three hundred species and tens of thousands of cultivars. Flowers vary in size and shape and are usually large and showy, in colors ranging from white through yellows and reds. The Fibonacci series may be seen as the rose's petals grow. Rose petals are arranged in a Fibonacci spiral, which implies they are placed in a spiral. The petals grows with gaps between the previous set, and when the new set of petals grows it fills in the gaps left by the existing set, it then forms a spiral of petals that follows the Fibonacci sequence.

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Rose / rōz /

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U sed for respiratory tract disorders such as coughs, asthma, croup, and bronchitis. It is also used for gastrointestinal (GI) disorders such as heartburn and bloating. Other uses include treating menstrual cramps, rheumatoid arthritis, urinary tract disorders including urinary tract infections (UTIs), headaches, and heart conditions . Fibonacci numbers, for instance, can often be found in the arrangement of leaves around a stem. Like this oregano leaves.

o·reg·a·no / əˈreɡəˌnō

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GROUP MEMBERS: KYLA C. CABANTING NICOLE ANNE SANTOS JONAFEL RODRIGUEZ TRIXIE ESPOCIO MARIAN GABAS GERELYN FRANCO Subject: MATHEMATICS IN MODERN WORLD Teacher: MARIA KRISTINA IGNACIO

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