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Scientists group organisms into 5 or 6 kingdoms of life: animal, plant, fungi, protist and bacteria. Many of these kingdoms can be observed in a pond water sample using a microscope. These kingdoms can be distinguished by their size, shape, appendages, color and behavior. In this science project you are going to visit a local pond, collect samples and observe them under a microscope.
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Is wind good for plants, or can then they survive without it? It is well known that plants need the proper amount of sunlight and water to grow, but what about wind? Do plants need wind to grow? How does wind effect plants? This experiment will provide insight to how wind affects the health of plants.
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
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Biodiversity hotspots are regions of the Earth with a high concentration of species. Plants are often important components of biological communities because they are at the base of the food web and provide living structures for other organisms. Species richness, or the number of species in an area, is one measure of biodiversity. In this science project, you are going to test the hypothesis
Greenhouses are used throughout the world to facilitate plant growth in difficult climates and provide a sheltered, controlled environment for gardening and farming. This project will help you examine the benefits of growing a plant inside of a greenhouse instead of simply planting it in the soil outside.
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Global warming occurs when greenhouse gases in the planet’s atmosphere trap and retain heat, altering the earth’s climate. Plants are affected by higher greenhouse gas levels, even though they consume carbon dioxide and sunlight to make energy. This science project encourages students to compare the growth of a plant under natural conditions with a plant that has been exposed to extra carbon
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.
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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The fats people eat can come from either plants or animals. Fats from plants and animals are similar in some ways but different in others. In the activity below, you can do some simple experiments to learn some fat facts!
Difficulty: Elementary school
Plants grow by using water and the sun to make food. We are trying to find out if different types of detergents will affect the growth on a plant. This experiment, if done properly, will give us the answers we're looking for.
Difficulty: Elementary school
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