Scientific Method Assignment Scenario 2: Katherine wants to investigate if the time of day a plant is watered affects the growth of the plant. She hypothesizes that a plant watered in the morning will grow faster than a plant watered at other times of the day. 1.) Identify the specific independent and dependent variables that will be involved in an experiment to test this hypothesis. To test this hypothesis, she must include the times of the day as her independent variable and the plant as her dependent variable.
3. Water and nutrients are transported by separate means within plants. Name and describe the models of how water and organic nutrients (sugars) are transported throughout the plant. 4. Name and describe the function of the five plant hormone groups discussed in your text.
01.03 Scientific Method Scenario 2: Katherine wants to investigate if the time of day a plant is watered affects the growth of the plant. She hypothesizes that a plant watered in the morning will grow faster than a plant watered at other times of the day. Identify the specific independent and dependent variables that will be involved in an experiment to test this hypothesis. Independent variable * Time of day plant is watered Dependent variable * Growth of plant List at least five variables that should be controlled during the experiment. For each variable identified, give a specific suggestion for how it can be controlled during the experiment.
After observing nuclei, switch back to BF and set up the ocular micrometer to be adjacent to fungal tip to determine fungal growth tip. 8. Using the ocular micrometer, measure and record the distance the tip grows in 5 minute intervals. Do this with 3 different hyphal tips on one slide prep and then switch to another slide. 9.
However, all the plants received the same amount of water. Data was collected from this experiment to determine how much each factor affected the plants growth. Introduction The Helianthus annuus is also known as the sunflower. The sunflower is an annual, erect, broadleaf plant with a strong taproot and prolific lateral spread of surface roots (Sunflower). They can reach sizes of 1.5-3.5 meters.
If the Client is also playing an instrument during the Session, it allows for greater concentration on each part, leading to fewer mistakes and better results. Once the Session begins, each track recorded has to have the signal flow and level checked. Usually if the Client just plays through a song in “warm up”, the Engineer can get a good signal level, requiring only minor “tweaks” before the recording process begins. When everybody is ready to record, the Engineer will say “Silence in the House”. At that point, he will “record arm” the track(s) to be recorded, and push the “big red button”.
and Weed control experts. Hypothesis If home-made and commercial herbicides are sprayed on weeds then the commercial herbicides will be more effective, because the chemicals are made by experts who know what chemicals kill and prevent weeds. Experiment Fill 2 different boxes and fill then with soil make sure to use the same type and amount of soil. Measure around one cup of grass seed and sprinkle it on the soil. Water the seeds daily until the grass is at least 1.5 inches tall.
Gatto says that school diminishes creativity; if anything kids discover their hidden creativeness in class while at school. He also says that kids are not able to advance in higher learning. When clearly, kids are able to follow the teacher and be able to get A's while the subjects get more extreme. Gatto says, "teachers tend to blame the kids, as you might expect"(pg. 683) from personal experiences I can say that I have had great relationships with my teachers throughout elementary school and especially High school.
Angie Morocho 11/16/14 Should students at WBA be allowed to listen to music in their core classes? Some parents and teachers think that students who listen to music during their class time will be distracted and won’t be able to focus on the lesson they are being teached. On the other hand, some parents and teachers think that students will do well and are able to focus better. Both sides of the argument have good reasons but I believe students at WBA should be allowed to listen to music in their core classes. Music is believed to help focus better in their task.
The teachers unknowing pass the ideas that they learned as a child onto their students, who also do not realize that it is being done to them. <br> Peggy Orenstein very effectively tackles the question "are boys and girls treated differently in school?" (Italicized paragraphs 7). She concluded from her field studies in junior high schools that the teacher sometimes treats boys and girls differently in the classroom. She also admits that boys and girls do have many differences, which cause them to behave differently.