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Have you ever wondered how flowers in a vase can survive without their roots? The water in soil travels up the roots of flowers to their leaves. Even without roots the stems of flowers can carry water to their leaves. In this science project you will actually see how flowers work.
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Mold is a simple fungus. It gets its food from grains, fruits, vegetables and flesh. Mold begins as a tiny spore that lands on a food source like bread. Spores can be found in the air, on the ground and on you!
Difficulty: Elementary school
I wanted to know the growth difference in plants when different plant foods were being fed to them. I believed that if I used Miracle-Gro the plants would grow taller than the others, I believed this because Miracle-Gro seems to be the most popular nationally known plant food in the United States of America. I hoped that this investigation would tell me what plant food makes plants grow the fast
Difficulty: Elementary school
The purpose of this experiment is to determine whether magnets have an effect on the growth of radish seedlings. I became interested in the study of the effect magnets, when I discovered that magnets could make you heal faster. Later I decided that that it would be a better idea to study the effect of magnets on plants to keep it a safe experiment.
Difficulty: Middle school
What is the effect of increasing exposure times of microwave radiation on radish seed germination? What is the effect of increasing exposure times of microwave radiation on radish seed sprout length?
Difficulty: Elementary school
The purpose of this experiment was to determine what substances, like salt and sugar, when dissolved in water, will affect the growth of alfalfa seeds. I hope to see which substances have the greatest effect.
Difficulty: Elementary school
This experiment’s purpose is to determine whether the sizes of kidney bean seeds affect the speed and percentage of germination. My hypothesis is that the bigger seeds will have a higher percentage rate.
Difficulty: Elementary school
The purpose of this experiment was to determine the effect of acid on seed germination. I became interested in this idea because I know that acid rain is becoming a factor in pollution around the world. I know this from books I've studied and news articles Iíve read
Difficulty: Middle school
My hypothesis is that the soil in Yakima County will have a higher liklihood of being loam soil than in Pierce County. I base my hypothesis on my observations that a lot of crops grow better in Yakima County than in Pierce County and the crops in Yakima County produce higher levels than in Pierce County.
Difficulty: Elementary school
There are two basic types of reproduction of living organisms. One type, sexual reproduction, requires the union of male and female sex cells, or gametes (sperm and eggs) in the formation of a new organism. The second type is asexual reproduction in which there is no union of sex cells. In this project, you will study one kind of asexual reproduction by examining the ability of plants to reproduce
Difficulty: Middle school
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