Stoma density and pollution
This science fair project was conducted to determine the effect of pollution on the stomata density of coniferous trees. The science fair project was done using samples of pine tree leaves from 3 locations with different levels of traffic flow.
Effect of milk on plant growth
This science fair project was conducted to determine if watering plants with milk affects their growth. The experiment was done using tomato plants and watering them with water and milk.
Effect of moisture on direction of root growth
This science fair project was done to determine if the direction of root growth is affected by the presence of moisture. Green beans were germinated and it was observed if the roots will grow towards the moisture.
Plant density and rate of growth
This experiment was conducted to find out how planting more plants in the same pot will affect their rate of growth. The experiment was done using garlic chives.
Effect of water hardness on seed germination
This science fair project was conducted to ascertain if the hardness of water used on seeds will affect their germination. The science project experiment involved blackeyed Susan seeds that were made to germinate by watering with hard water, tap water and soft water.
The effect of vitamin D on plant growth
This science fair project was done to observe the effectiveness of vitamin D on the growth of plants. The science project involved watering radish, green bean and chili plants with different concentrations of vitamin D solution.
Stoma density and water loss
This science fair project was conducted to compare the relationship between stoma density and loss of water through transpiration. The experiment was performed with large leaves from the elephant ear plant, the money plant (medium size leaves) and ivy (small leaves).
Understanding the Greenhouse effect
Use the scientific method to explain the greenhouse effect and global warming.
How does temperature affect the rate of growth of algae?
The purpose of this experiment was to determine the effect of a certain species of algae when they are growing at different temperatures.
What is the effect of acid rain on Lichens?
The purpose for this experiment is to investigate the effect of acidic solution on fruticose, foliose, and crustose lichens. This experiment is being done to model the effect of acid rain on lichens in the natural environment and to use this information to determine if these lichens can be used as bioindicators.