Garden with Insight v1.0 Help: Plant draw general group
Plant gender: This aspect is not used in this version of the simulation.
Plant has both male and female flowers: If 'yes', this plant has
separate male and female flowers (cucumber and corn examples: the fruits form out of the female flowers, and the male flowers are very small).
If 'no', flowers are 'perfect', which means each flower has both male and female parts.
Plant is dicotyledonous (has two seedling leaves): This plant
belongs to a subclass of angiosperms called dicots which have two seedling leaves (cotyledons) and net-
like leaf veins. Monocots have one seedling leaf and parallel leaf veins. Grasses and grains are monocots;
most other angiosperms are dicots.
Plant number of apical (terminal) inflorescences: The number
of inflorescences on this plant at the end (apex) of branches. This number of inflorescences develops from
the plant's apical meristems no matter the reproductive allocation.
Plant number of axillary inflorescences: The number of inflorescences on this plant found in the
leaf axils of the plant's stems. This number of inflorescences develops from the plant's axillary meristems
no matter the reproductive allocation.
Plant number of segments to draw to create curved line: The number of segments to divide each
line on the plant (internodes, inflorescence segments, leaf petioles) in
order to make the line look curved. Three segments makes a fairly smooth-looking curve.
Plant random sway in drawing angles: An index (from 0 to
100) of the amount of random 3D variation to use in all drawing angles for the plant.