I think this experiment will be a great eye opener for many people. Problem How does caffeine affect the growth of organisms? Hypothesis My hypothesis is that the caffeine will in fact stunt the growth of the mung bean plant. I believe this will happen because I have always been told not to drink too much caffeine because of the affect it has on the growth of organisms and the way it affects how hydrated and energetic people are. Brief Explanation This experiment will test the effect of caffeine on the growth of mung bean plants.
Bean Sprouts Experiment Lab Report Research Question (Aim): To determine whether the different amounts of water affect seed germination. Hypothesis: I hypothesize that the largest number of seed germination will occur in the petri dish given 10ml of water. I believe that because, if the plant receives too little water, it will cause the plants to wilt. The plants wilt as they lose water quicker than they gain it from the soil. If the plant collects too much water, it will cause the roots to rot, resulting in the plants not being able to receive enough oxygen from the soil.
Based on other investigations, vitamins which are made up of organic compounds can help plants grow by providing them with essential nutrients. This time, the researchers tried to use human vitamins. So, in conducting the experiment, first, the researchers labeled the containers of each plant. They labeled the containers: A, B and C. The researchers put all three plants in an area with sufficient sunlight. For three weeks, they watered the plants once a day.
Scientific paper Introduction: (Total: 10 pts) 1. Transpiration is critical for plant physiology. In your own words, what is transpiration, and why is this important in plants? (2 pts) Transpiration is the process of liquid transforming into the gas phase of water when the stomata open. It is very important for plants; it allows plants to pull up water from the roots to support photosynthesis.
12 Mung Beans (6 per bottle) 10 Ml of water per bottle per day. A ruler to measure your plants each day. (cm) A data table to collect all the data you gather over your 10 day time period. Procedure: Follow the following steps: Step 1- Get 2 clear 2 liter bottles. Step 2- Clean out both 2 liter bottles for any excess soda, water, etc.
We use the florets in salads to get a healthy dose of bioflavonoids to improve distal circulation to brain, extremities and improve heart function. Sleepy time tea, Chamomile. Is it a wife's tail that people with rag weed allergies will get an allergic reaction. Let us know if you have a ragweed allergy and also get an allergic reaction from chamomile tea. I have asked that question of over a thousand of my students.
But does this have an effect on the plants or are there no differences? In this inquiry it was investigated if there are any effects and how harmful these effects are. Because the plants near the road take a bit too long to grow, there had been decided to work with cress, Lepidium sativum. The inquiry question is: What are the effects of NaCl on cress? Our hypothesis is that the plants won’t encounter disadvantages in low concentrations (up and till 0.20 mol/L), but that they will grow less fast in higher concentrations ( 0.25 mol/L and higher), because NaCl withdraws liquid from plants.
Meat eaters may need more calcium than vegetarians because animal protein tends to block the absorption of calcium. Calcium-rich foods that are acceptable for vegetarians include broccoli, dark leafy greens, almonds, brazil nuts, hazel nuts, legumes, and tofu processed with
READ THIS LAB BEFORE COMING TO CLASS. Introduction: In this lab exercise we will study the effects of an abiotic (non-living) factor on seed germination (the beginning of seed growth which is usually seen with emergence of a small white root). We will also be stressing the use of graphing skills. We will use a common seed available in grocery stores, red kidney beans. These plants do not live near the sea normally.
Once calculated, these results can be analyzed and will either validate or refute my hypothesis. Introduction (Library Research): Ascorbic acid (vitamin C) is found in orange juice. In this experiment, orange juice made from the concentrate was measured for decreases/increases of off-flavours (furfural and α-terpineol) and for decreases/increases of ascorbic acid. Sodium hydroxide (NaOH) as well as hydrochloric acid (HCl) were added during separate trials to change the PH in the orange juice. An increase of PH from 3.2 to 4.2 enabled the protection of ascorbic acid levels, without increasing the levels of other enzymes.