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This science fair project was done to determine the amount of germs carried by different types of insects. The experiment was done using ants, cockroaches, flies and beetles.
Difficulty: High school
The objective of this science fair project is to determine the effectiveness of using a natural pesticide such as cinnamon, through observing the effect of cinnamon oil on insects such as ants, cockroaches, mosquitoes and flies
Difficulty: Middle school
This science fair project was done to compare the effectiveness of using a natural versus synthetic mosquito repellant. The science project experiment involved lemon grass oil and DEET (Diethylmetatoluamide) mosquito repellent spray.
Difficulty: High school
In this science project, you are going to explore advanced concepts in Mendelian genetics. Our "research scientists" have genetically engineered a plant, called "plantfairies", to control insect pests. But something went wrong with our experiment, resulting in a mutant form (called plantmonsters) that are dangerous to humans. You are going to help our research team by identifying the genotypes
CategoryBiology > Botany
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Pesticides are necessary to keep our agricultural plants safe from insect infestation. Natural pesticides are increasingly preferred, as they reduce the number of chemicals that are released into the environment. In this experiment, you will examine whether biopesticides are as effective as their chemical counterparts.
Ever see water striders (A type of insect) travel across the surface of pond water? Have you ever seen what happens when you add oil to water? Both examples demonstrate the concept of surface tension, a condition where the molecules of a substance are so closely attracted to each other that they form a barrier. The clinging water molecules form a barrier strong enough to support both the water
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Insects are classified like all other living organisms. All insects are in kingdom Animalia, classified under phylum Arthropoda and class Insecta. They are further categorized by order according to features on parts of their anatomy, such as mouthparts, wings and legs. Insects occupy a variety of habitats, including dead wood, soil, aquatic environments, and dark and damp environments
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The purpose of this experiment was to test the effects of pesticides on insects. My hypotheses is that most of the insects will adapt to the insect sprays, but they will not survive the effects of the insect bait.
Difficulty: Elementary school
The purpose of this experiment was to determine the effect of insecticide on ladybugs. I became interested in this idea because I know that ladybugs are beneficial insects. They live around insect pests, which leads to accidental spraying of the ladybugs. Farmers need the ladybugs to help keep down pest population, and need to avoid killing them accidentally.
Difficulty: Elementary school
First students make careful observations of cockroach anatomy and behavior. Due to the reputation of the cockroach, students find them intriguing subjects of study. Assessing the behavior of these insects in a maze, allows students to decide if the cockroach manifests learning or an inability to learn. The strongest piece of this activity is challenging students to design their own controlled
Difficulty: Elementary school
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