• Plant Growth and Development
    Plant Growth and Development Define growth, differentiation, development, dedifferentiation, redifferentiation, determinate growth, meristem and growth rate. (a) Growth It is an irreversible and permanent process, accomplished by an increase in the size of an organ or organ parts or even of an
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  • Affect of Color on Plant Growth
    Growth of Plant under Different Colored Light Problem: Does the color of light affect the plant growth? Hypothesis: Red color will have the most impact on the plant growth, meanwhile; black will have the least impact on the plant growth Variables: • Dependent Variable is the color of light â€
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  • How Does Colour Affect Plant Growth?
    SCIENCE HOW DOES COLOUR AFFECT PLANT GROWTH? AIM To find out if colour affects plant growth, and if plants are adaptable to the colour of light, and how much light it gets. INTRODUCTION For this Science assignment, I chose to find out if the colour and amount of light a plant receives, affects
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  • Testing the Effect of Light and Gravity on Plant Growth
    Testing the effect of light and gravity on plant growth By: Michael Henry Analysis and Conclusion Part.A Day | Change in degree | 1 | 0° | 2 |
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  • What Is the Effect of Different Coloured Light on Plant Growth
    What is the Effect of the Colour of Light on the Rate of Photosynthesis? By Amelia Rowan, 12SDa Aim To discover whether the colour of the light source has any effect on the rate of photosynthesis of a sample of algae. Hypothesis It was predicted that the colour of the light source would have a
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  • The Effect of Different Types of Water on the Growth of Bean Plants
    1. Question: How is the growth rate of bean plants affected by different types of water? 2. Introduction: We are going to be exploring the affect that different type of water have on the growth rate of bean plants. We will be experimenting with two different types of bean plants and testing
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  • Growth Stages of a Rice Plant
    Introduction: The rice plant has tillers which are a characteristic of grass plants; however they have recognized a way of growing the plant which causes it to create the best grain possible. Discussion: Vegetative: In this stage the plant germinates and gradually grows taller and leaves emer
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  • Bean Lab
    This experiment was done to find out the affects of various types of light on bean plants. The hypothesis was If Blue light helps plants grow better in height and 3 bean plants are grown in Artificial Light, Natural light, and no light than, the bean plant that is under artificial light will grow be
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  • Does Salt-Water or Sugar-Water Have an Effect on the Growth of Radishes?
    One of the easiest plants to grow year-round are radishes. Although they are, like all plants, meant to be grown outside, it is possible to grow radishes inside with similar results. Radishes tend to grow quickly, granted that they are planted and cared for correctly. The number one step in growi
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  • Bean Report
    DEVELOPMENT OF THE INTERNODE LENGTH OF VIGNA RADIATA WHEN GROWN UNDER DIFFERENT LIGHT INTENSITIES ABSTRACT Throughout their growth plants exhibit varying ways to adapt and change depending on their circumstances, with changes in the amount of available light being a major factor in plant growth.
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  • Medicinal Plant
    INTRODUCTION 1.1. General Introduction: A medicinal plant is any plant which, in one or more of its organ, contains substance that can be used for therapeutic purpose or which is a precursor for synthesis of useful drugs. (Sofowara, 1982, Medicinal plant and Traditional Medicine in Africa).
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  • Effect of Leaf Area on Dry Matter Production in Aerated Mung Bean Seed
    International Journal of Plant Physiology and Biochemistry Vol. 2(4), pp. 52-61, October 2010 Available online at http://www.academicjournals.org/ijppb ISSN-2141-2162 ©2010 Academic Journals Full Length Research Paper Effect of leaf area on dry matter production in aerated mung bean seed Ahm
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  • Plant
    Plant Growth Lab Report Missing Results Graph Observation: Which Plant will grow better? The one in normal sunlight or the one in artificial sunlight? Hypothesis: The one in normal sunlight will grow better Materials: 4 bean seedlings of equal size 4 pots of equal size Pottin
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  • Plant Hormones
    Plant hormones are specialized chemical substances produced by plants. They are the main internal factors controlling growth and development. Hormones are produced in one part of a plant and transported to others, where they are effective in very small amounts. Depending on the target tissue, a give
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  • Plant Hormones
    PLANT HORMONES: AN OVERVIEW OF THERE FUNCTIONS Submitted By: Kanika Calvin Submitted to: M. Manoharan, Ph.D Submitted: Fall 2005 INTRODUCTION Plant hormones (or plant growth regulators, or PGRs) are internally secreted chemicals in plants that are used for regulating their growth.
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  • Plant Project
    Title: Plant Growth Research Abstract: My purpose was "does the type of water effect your plants growth. My hypothesis stated that "yes, I do believe that the type of water you give to plants effect their growth because some water might be clearer than water that come from somewhere else.
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  • Chemicals and Lack of Soil Effect Growth, Development, and the Amount of Nutrients Found in Brassica
    For this experiment, Wisconsin Fast Plants (Brassica rapa) were grown using different techniques of modern agriculture. Three treatments were used. In Treatment A, the plants were given Miracle Gro® when planted. In Treatment B, the plants were exposed to diluted amounts of Meijer™ Brand Malath
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  • Growth & Structure of Plants
    There are three main parts of a plant: the root system, the stems and leaves. All of these functions work together to produce a full mature plant. The roots help absorb and maintain water, minerals and food. They not only seek out food and water for a plant, but also store nutrients as well. The
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  • Bean's Identity Growth as a Leader
    Orson Scott Card’s book “Enders Shadow,” is about a young child named Bean, who grows up in the streets of Rotterdam, and is delivered from a life of starvation and destitution. Because of Beans extraordinary intelligence he has been given the opportunity to serve the I.F. a space academy.
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  • The Duckweed Experiment: Effects of Lowering Light Intensity on the Rate of Per Capita Growth of Lemna Minor
    Abstract Duckweed is a small aquatic plant that is able to grow rapidly, making it the ideal specimen for our experiment. It is hypothesized that altering the amount of light received by duckweed will alter its photosynthetic rate. It is predicted that a lower light intensity will lower the rate
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