For experiment one, data reveals clearly which light made the most impact on photosynthesis. There were no irregular results other than the decrease in the formation of bubbles throughout the second trial and a tiny increase in the third trial. This experiment, being the first to test, did not run smoothly as hoped. Problems such as the bubbles not forming were occurring at the beginning of this process due to the wrong type of plants being used, although this was resolved the following week in lab. This experiment requires no modification based on the clear results that were obtained. The results agreed with the prediction and in conclusion, the hypothesis has been supported and the intensity of the green light had greater increase and effectiveness to the plant than the natural or red light.
Abstract: During photosynthesis plants take light energy and turn it into chemical energy. The purpose of the study was to test the effect of various lighting conditions on the rate of photosynthesis. In this experiment the rate of photosynthesis is measured by timing how long it takes photosynthesis to occur in ten leaf disks that are in a solution of carbon dioxide. The prediction for this experiment was that if a plant receives more light, then it will have a higher rate of photosynthesis. The data supports the hypothesis, because the rate of photosynthesis is higher in direct sunlight than in the shade. This experiment untimely lead to the conclusions that light and carbon dioxide are necessary for photosynthesis to occur.
Temperature controls the speed the enzymes work at. Higher temperatures increase the kinetic energy which increases the chance of collision therefore speeding up the rate of
Hypothesis At low temperatures (5oC-15oC) the rate of photosynthesis will be slow, as the enzymes of the plant do not have enough energy to meet substrate molecules. However, as the temperature increases, there will be a greater rate of photosynthesis, especially as the enzymes approach the optimal temperature. Although once the increase in temperature has gone past the optimal temperature, enzymes will begin to denature and the rate will decrease until there is little or no oxygen being produced by
The Effect of Environmental Conditions on the Rate of Photosynthesis 2. Introduction Background Photosynthesis is the conversion of light energy to chemical energy into sugars. It is the process in plants that uses carbon dioxide, water, and sunlight from its surroundings and releases oxygen as a byproduct (6H2O+6CO2+light energy -> C6H12O6+6O2). Photosynthesis is required for plants because they are autotrophs, organisms that make their own food. Plants require a specific environment that is ideal to them to be able to carry out the process. Environmental conditions can either increase or decrease the rate of photosynthesis. Things like colors of light, pH, and temperature can all affect the rate of photosynthesis in plants.
Research Question Does light intensity affect the rate of photosynthesis in algae beads? Hypothesis Light intensity does affect the rate of photosynthesis. Too much light may cause plants to "burn out" or stop producing oxygen while too little light will not provide enough light for optimal photosynthesis activity and CO2 would stop be
Temperature influences the distribution of plants and this is another abiotic factor. In the Lions club tower I could feel the difference in temperature. Bottom at being cold and moist whereas the top is warm and dry. This is shown clearly on the average table. Temperatures such as snow or frost determines the distribution of plants as most plants cannot prevent freezing because of their tissues and this abiotic factor affects the plantae group. Other effects that could cause an establishment to particular plants due to temperature is the gemination of biennial plants, and this is during spring or summer known as vernalization. This is the cooling of seed in order to quickly adapt to the environment and the abiotic factors. As of the forest
However, the photosynthetic process can be affected by different environmental factors. In the following experiment, we tested the effects that the light intensity, light wavelength and pigment had on photosynthesis. The action spectrum of photosynthesis shows which wavelength of light is the most effective using only one line. The absorption spectrum plots how much light is absorbed at different wavelengths by one or more different pigment types. Organisms have different optimal functional ranges, so it is for our benefit to discover the conditions that this process works best. If the environmental conditions of light intensity, light wavelength and pigment type are changed, then the rate of photosynthesis will increase with average light intensity and under the wavelengths of white light which will correspond to the absorption spectrum of the pigments. The null hypothesis to this would be; if the environmental conditions light intensity, light wavelength and pigment type are changed, then the rate of photosynthesis will decrease with average light intensity and under the white light which will correspond to the absorption spectrum of the pigments.
What are some teks I can use to grow Panaeolus cyanescens? What is the best substrate to use for Panaeolus cyanescens? Will they fruit directly from rye grain? What determines the size of the Panaeolus mushrooms? How do I proceed after the substrate is colonized? Do Panaeolus cyanescens also fruit on straw? Is there a need to add a buffer to the casing mixture? Can they grown successfully using the PF-Tek method? Do Panaeolus cyanescens need a casing layer? What kind of environment do Panaeolus cyanescens like? Is Panaeolus cyanescens and Psilocybe cyanescens the same mushroom? How do I clone a Panaeolus cyanescens like slightly lower vegetative temps. but not LOW. The range of temps in my home, have grown mexicana, tampanensis, cubensis, and the Cops. Any subtropical shroom will produce in a relatively broad range of temps.
The Effect of Light Intensity and Temperature on the Rate of Photosynthesis Aim The aim of my experiment is to determine whether intensity of light and temperature would affect the rate of photosynthesis in a plant. To do this, I will place
Claim: What affects the rate of photosynthesis is the amount and type of light source that is provided. If you were to have more light than the process of photosynthesis will occur faster than if the light source was not a lot and dim. Evidence: In the photosynthesis lab we
There are 5 zones in the ocean: the Epipelagic Zone, the Mesopelagic Zone, the Bathypelagic Zone, the Abyssopelagic Zone, and the Hadopelagic Zone. The Epipelagic Zone that stretches from 0-200 meters below sea level. Here, sunlight is plentiful enough for photosynthesis to occur. Algae and other aquatic plants thrive in this zone; there
Photosynthesis Photosynthesis is the most important part of the lively hood of humans and animals. Without photosynthesis we would not be able to receive energy. We should be more appreciate of plants, without them we would not survive. This paper will explain the basic components require for photosynthesis, the role of chlorophyll, how energy is transferred, and photosystems I and II and the most precious product results of photosynthesis.
Photosynthesis is a biochemical process in which plant, algae, and some bacteria harness the energy of light to produce food. Nearly all living things depend on energy produced from photosynthesis for their nourishment, making it vital to life on Earth. It is also responsible for producing the oxygen that makes up a large portion of the Earth¡¦s atmosphere. Factors that affect photosynthesis are light intensity and wave length, carbon dioxide concentration, and temperature.
Abstract The effects of light intensity and light wavelength on photosynthesis was observed in two different experiments and closer study of different pigments in spinach was observed. For the experiment where the effects of light was observed, it was found that a light intensity of 30 cm, wavelengths of blue and