Effects of Microwave Radiation on Plant Growth It is a known fact that immense levels of radiation influence not only the ways organisms function, but also the way they grow and live their lives overall. However, when the intensity of radiation is decreased to the point where it is safe to consume foods exposed to it, a question is raised. Can microwave radiation affect the growth and functions of plants? There are many factors that go into the discussion of this question such as "what is radiation"
key that effects the plant’s growth is its environment. The effects of the environment on the plant could either be positive or negative. Just like animals, plants also respond to their environment. Phototropic responses are the most common responses. Phototropic responses involve the bending of growing stems towards the light. Stems are phototropic as they grow towards the light. The growing of the stems toward the light is obviously good since the growth towards light gives the plant a greater
Effec | Effect of caffeine on plant growth | Description This science fair project was performed to find out the effect on plant growth of adding caffeine to the soil. The experiment was done by using mung bean plants and watering them daily with water, water mixed with caffeine and with a coffee mixture. Hypothesis The mung beans watered using the coffee mixture will grow the fastest. Overview Caffeine and plant growth The effect of adding caffeine to the soil and its effect on plant growth
Effect of Sugar on Bean Plant Growth Abstract The objective: My project was to determine if bean plants grew stronger and healthier by the addition of the right amount of sugar to their watering. I believe that plants that receive 50 grams of sugar per liter of water would help bean plants grow to be stronger, healthier and larger because they would get energy from the sugar. Methods/Materials 36 bean plants were grown in potting soil. The same amount of soil was used in each pot and it had no added
Comparison of fertilizers on plant growth | | | Year 11 Biology Year 11 Biology Abstract An investigation was carried out to compare the effect between inorganic and organic fertilizers on plant growth. Tomato seedlings were used, which were divided into 3 groups - the inorganic fertilizer group, the organic fertilizer group and the control group. Besides using different fertilizers, all of the seedlings were planted in the same condition. The result has shown that the plants using organic
Introduction: A plant is any of the boundless number of living beings within the biological kingdom Plantae, these species are considered of low motility since this species generally generate their own food by sunlight. They incorporate a large group of commonplace life forms including trees, forbs, bushes, grasses, vines, plants, and greeneries. In this task we are experimenting the relationship between light and plant growth by growing plants in three different lights which are red light, blue
There are disasters occurring all around the world that most individuals will not hear of due to a lack of media coverage. Many of these disasters can have incredibly detrimental effects on entire populations, and those at risk deserve a chance to educate themselves. Two of the disasters found were the West Fertilizer plant explosion and the increasing rate of acidification of ocean water. Despite the fact that these disasters pose such incredible dangers, they were found to be among the least reported
effectivity of organic and synthetic fertilizers when apply on okra plant. It also aims to test whether, which is better to use between the two fertilizers. In order to conduct the study, we have used okra seeds, polyethylene bag, and dried leaves as organic fertilizer, synthetic fertilizer, synthetic fertilizer, and natural soil. We have planted each polyethylene bag with 3 seeds of okra, labeled it as Setup A (Organic fertilizer), Setup B (Synthetic Fertilizer), And Setup C (Control Experiment).
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Research question Does salt concentration effect plant growth? Aim To investigate the effect of salt concentration in soil on plant growth Hypothesis As concentration of salt increases, the growth of plant will be detrimentally effected when grown in a controlled environment. Background theory Plants are a living organism of the kind exemplified by trees, shrubs, herbs, grasses, ferns, and mosses, absorbing water and inorganics substances through its roots, and synthesizing nutrients in its