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Aggressive behavior: Going head to head with a betta.
The behaviors of organisms will be repeated if such behavior results in a positive outcome. When behavior does not result in a positive outcome, such behavior will diminish. The male betta fish displays a certain behavior of warning other males to stay away. This science fair project will allow you to observe what happens when the betta's "warning" behavior stops working, which can be caused by ex
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Animal night vision
Have you ever wondered if all animals are able to see in the dark? We know owls and other nocturnal animals have the ability to do so. But how about common household pets? This science fair project was conducted to determine if animals are able to see in the dark. Specifically, the experiment was conducted on a dog, a cat and a monkey, to ascertain if they are able to see color in the dark.
Difficulty: Elementary school
Are ants picky over their food? Do they have any preference?
The purpose of this experiment was to determine which flavor ants are most attracted to.
Difficulty: Elementary school
Are you deaf, dog?
This science fair project was conducted to study the effect of aging on a dog's hearing ability. The science project experiment involved the participation of the following breeds of dogs - the German Shepherd, Labrador, Terrier, Golden Retriever and Poodle.
Difficulty: High school
Are you left or right pawed?
This science fair project was conducted to find out if dogs preferred to use their left or right paws, or if they have no particular preference. The dogs were tested to ascertain their preferred paws to perform handshakes and to grip their food.
Difficulty: Middle school
Bacterial Transformation
The purpose of this lab is to demonstrate visible changes in E. coli bacteria that have been transformed with a gene that codes for a green fluorescent protein, the source of this gene being bioluminescent jellyfish. In real life, the gene provides the jellyfish with a glow-in-the-dark feature in the deep, dark ocean. You will be using a plasmid called pGLO (p = plasmid) because the gene being c
Difficulty: High school
Bird beaks: What they can tell you about a bird.
There are at least 10,000 species of birds in the world, each species displaying its own unique characteristics. One of those characteristics is the shape of the bird's beak. A wide variety of beak shapes can be found among birds, each one specifically designed to meet the survival needs of the species. In this 6th grade science fair project you will hypothesize what birds eat based on the shape
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Can Fish Tell Time?
Organisms often follow a pattern or rhythm in their behavior. Birds migrate at a certain time of the year, while many animals sleep by day and are active by night. Many people can tell when lunch time has arrived without looking at a clock. Can fish do the same? This is the subject of this interesting zoology science fair project.
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Can mice tell the difference between bad-tasting food that's laced with Lithium Chloride and ordinary food?
The purpose of this experiment was to see how long disgusting taste can linger in the memory of mice. I believe that the mice will not be able to tell a difference between the Lithium Chloride and the food without Lithium Chloride.
Difficulty: Elementary school
Comparing Taxonomy: The search for a common ancestor.
There are millions of species of plants and animals, and the ability to study them requires a system for classifying them. Taxonomy is the study of how living things are related to each other. By classifying a species, it is possible to find how closely it is related to other species based on its link to a common ancestor. In this science project, you will visit a zoo, botanical garden, or other
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