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  • Light And Photosynthesis Essay

    carbon dioxide.(Plant and Light) However, this lab is focused on how the intensity of light affect the plant’s photosynthesis in order to see how the intensity of light affect the plant’s photosynthesis, specifically Elodea plants. Photosynthesis is a process which happens in all plants and organisms where they absorb light energy from the sun and convert it into chemical energy which is later used to fuel organisms’ livings and activities.(Rate of Photosynthesis) Additionally, Edola plants,…

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  • Case Study: Growth Increment Of String Beans And Bell Pepper

    height of string beans from 2nd week to 10th week. Data gathered for the height were taken every 2 weeks. Result show that plant inoculated with rhizobial culture from makahiya (MR) were the tallest 67.93 cm after 10th week, followed by plants inoculated with rhizobial culture from lalaking aratilis (PR) 63.96, then PD 59.52. Based on the table, there are some weeks where plants treated with PD are taller like in the 2nd week. However, ANOVA with repeated measures using CROP STAT v.7.2 show that…

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  • The Importance Of Tree Communication

    native language, separates humans from any other living thing. This skill is very beneficial to humans, so it makes you wonder why other species have not evolved this ability. We were created with the capability to employ speech for communication, plants do not have this ability. Have you ever watched The Lorax by Dr. Seuss? This a movie about how the Oncler cuts down trees to make thneeds, a clothing material that has a variety of different uses. He ends up making truffula trees go extinct, so…

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  • Abiotic Factors Essay

    The abiotic factors that affect plant growth and development include topography, soil, and climatic factors. They are the nonliving components of the environment which, along with the biotic or living factors, determine the extent in which the genetic factor is expressed in the plant. Topography Topography is a nonliving factor that refers to the “lay of the land.” It includes the physical features of the earth such as the land elevation, slope, terrain (flat, rolling, hilly, etc.), mountain…

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  • Differences And Characteristics Of Bianca, Bianca And Gialla

    of fruits per plant ranged from 11 (OFI-14) to 68 (cv. ‘Bianca’) and statistically significant differences were found among populations (Table 4). The cvs. ‘Gialla’ and ‘Bianca’ were the populations with the highest production of fruit per plant, 5.2 and 5.1 kg, respectively, and outperformed the remaining populations. In the group of the sixteen OFI ecotypes the lowest values for fruit production per plant were found in the populations OFI-03 (0.9 kg plant-1) and OFI-14 (1.0 kg plant-1) and the…

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  • The Effect Of Light Intensity On Photosynthesis

    Purpose: To investigate the effect of light intensity on plant growth through counting the amount of oxygen produced. Hypothesis: If the light intensity increases, than so does the rate of photosynthesis (which a major factor for plant growth). If the rate of photosynthesis increases, than the rate of Oxygen produced as a product also increases, if the rate of photosynthesis decreases than the exact opposite will happen to the amount of oxygen. Scientific explanation: As the light intensity…

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  • Nepenthes Gracilis Experiment

    Introduction Nepenthes gracilis, also goes by the name Slender Pitcher-Plant, is a widespread pitcher plant mostly found in Southeastern Asia. This plant distinguishes itself by the presence of a long tube-like, stretched pitcher which contains acidic fluid and enzyme to digest preys. N. gracilis also make use of its special trait, the lid on top of the pitcher to act as a trapping mechanism for preys looking for shield under its lid, and the nectar glands on the lids help in attracting preys…

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  • Sunflower Fertilizer Research Paper

    Sunflower plants grow well in average to rich soils. They need to grow their roots deep and wide, to enable them to withstand strong winds. If you have a choice, sandy soils are not recommended, as they are easily uprooted in loose soil. Rich soil is important, when growing giant varieties. Contrary to its name, we found they will tolerate some shade as we put them against an east wall of our house every year. However, they will grow their best in full sun. Deep roots help sunflowers to…

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  • Albinism In Biology

    Inheritance in Nicotiana Tabacu seeds and Albinism Introduction In plants, the chloroplast is an essential organelle for a plant cell’s primary metabolism. Productions such as CO2 fixation, manufacture of carbon skeletons and fatty acids, and synthesis of amino acids from inorganic nitrogen that is important for a plant to live and thrive. (Liu, Li, & Cheng, 2016) In addition, the chloroplast is responsible for producing the color pigment in plants because chloroplast produces a chemical…

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  • Biotic Limiting Factors In The Tropical Rainforest

    and other ingredients necessary to grow. Since their is a competition for the available resources only a few will actually mature into adult trees. Most of the fish would be predators. This is because of the lack of sunlight which is needed for plants to grow. The organisms/animals that first…

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