"Bean Plant Growth" Essays and Research Papers

  • Bean Plant Growth

    Effect of Sugar on Bean Plant Growth Abstract The objective: My project was to determine if bean plants grew stronger and healthier by the addition of the right amount of sugar to their watering. I believe that plants that receive 50 grams of sugar per liter of water would help bean plants grow to be stronger, healthier and larger because they would get energy from the sugar. Methods/Materials 36 bean plants were grown in potting soil. The same amount of soil was used in each pot and it had...

    Agar, Antioxidant, Garlic 1618  Words | 5  Pages

  • The Effect of Caffeine on Plant Growth

    caffeine on plant growth | Description This science fair project was performed to find out the effect on plant growth of adding caffeine to the soil. The experiment was done by using mung bean plants and watering them daily with water, water mixed with caffeine and with a coffee mixture. Hypothesis The mung beans watered using the coffee mixture will grow the fastest. Overview Caffeine and plant growth The effect of adding caffeine to the soil and its effect on plant growth is a subject...

    Bean, Caffeine, Fern 826  Words | 4  Pages

  • Plants Growth Investigation

    Center Science Fair “Plants Growth investigation” Student: Daniela Tristan. Teacher: Mrs. Pena. 2010. Title of the project: Plants Growth investigation Abstract: The purpose of this experiment is that by watering more a plant will help it grow more or less. I hypothesized that the plant that will grow the most will be the plant that will be watered the most. Hypothesis If a plant given an unlimited supply of moisture will grow more rapidly than a plant given the recommended...

    Fruit, Irrigation, Litre 601  Words | 4  Pages

  • Does Music Affect the Growth of Plants?

    Does Music Affect the Growth of Plants? Question ● Does music affect the growth of plants? Hypothesis ● If the frequency of sound increased, then the growth of plants will increase. Classical music tends to be of higher frequency I believe that classical music will increase the growth of plants Materials 9 bean seeds 23800mL of distilled water One meter stick One clock 3 flower boxes Fluorescence light bulbs Music players Sound-proofing materials Procedure ...

    Bean, Jazz, Opera 398  Words | 4  Pages

  • Plant Growth Auxin

    Growth Growth and development are the most fundamental characteristics of all living organisms. The physiological definition of growth is “An irreversible change in the organism, organ or cell is called growth”, which includes increase in mass weight or volume of living organism, it leads to development in plants. REGION OF GROWTH: Growth region is located at extreme apices of root, stem, leaf where we make out meristematic tissue. In addition to above, the region where intercalary and lateral...

    Auxin, Bud, Cell 2069  Words | 7  Pages

  • how water effects plant growth

    The Effects Different Types of Water Have on Plant Growth Abstract This experiment examines the rate of plant growth when watered with different solutions. Throughout the course of a nine week period, five lima bean seeds were watered with five different solutions to see which will most enhance the growth of plants. The five solutions consisted of distilled, filtered...

    Bottled water, Distilled water, Plant 978  Words | 4  Pages

  • Does classical music help the growth of plants

    really affects the growth rate of plats, or if it even has anything to do with growth rate? In this experiment, we will grow two separate plants, one with classical music, and another with no music at all. The soil used will be the same in order for the outcome to be unbiased. The bean seed will be grown over a period of 6 weeks. Bean seeds are an easy plant to grow, and only require sunlight, warmth, soil and water. That is why we chose to grow it. The characteristics of the bean plant made it an easy...

    Bean, Cotton, Growth hormone 1077  Words | 5  Pages

  • 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 stem system of a plant is vital for the overall structure and balance of a plant. It also serves the purpose of transporting food and water to the leaves above, which help produce photosynthesis. There...

    Cell wall, Fern, Leaf 1470  Words | 4  Pages

  • Germination Growth Plants

    performed to research the quality of pea plants germination and growth in two different soils. To obtain the results, pea plant seeds were placed in three different soil types: sand, hummus, and a mixture of sand and humus. The control of the experiment was the mixture of the two main soils (hummus and sand) being used. The seeds were planted and watered each week. The results came to be unexpected because only one pot had germination and growth of a pea plant in it. This pot was one of the four that...

    Fruit, Germination, Organic matter 1222  Words | 4  Pages

  • 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 • Independent Variable is the type of plant used Materials/Apparatus: • Plants (of the same type) • Water • Ruler • Colored Construction Paper • Colored Transparent Print Paper • Lamp with Incandescent...

    Color, Green, Incandescent light bulb 953  Words | 3  Pages

  • Experiment to Gauge the Growth Rate of Plants Under Different Watering Systems

    Everyone will plant the green bean and make a deep investigation about a 10 days experiment. -Jasper have divide us in to different jobs and give us the method to achieve our aims and goals TimeLine 28/11 10days observation-> 10/12 Collect data-> 11/12 Doing report-> 13/12 Deadline 1. Objective We will strive to discover the difference of the plant which is using different type water to plant. Besides, we will also discover the reason why the difference will change the growth rate 2. Hypothesis ...

    Common bean, Fruit, Life 446  Words | 4  Pages

  • The Effect of Gray Water on the Growth of a Mongo Plant

    The Effect of Gray Water on the Growth of a Mongo Plant An Investigatory Project Presented to: Ms. Ailene Hijara Faculty of Science Department Statefields School Inc. In Partial Fulfillment of the Requirements for CHEMISTRY By: Jonnah Bianca Hugo Mariel Faith Defensor Riciel Camille Frigillana Gabriel Joshua Palma Jean Paolo Paglicawan Acknowledgment The researchers are heartily thankful to their Chemistry teacher, Ms. Ai Hijara, whose encouragement, guidance and support...

    Botany, Mung bean, Nitrogen 1796  Words | 7  Pages

  • Composting and Plant Growth

    high value material which, when blended with soil, can restore soil tilth by correcting the imbalances caused by the over-utilization of petrol-chemical based fertilizers; thus enabling crops and plants to naturally combat pests and diseases, all resulting in increased crop production and general plant health. Using European technology we began researching production processes and the potential of Vermicomposting over 20 years ago. In 1991 we built the first American flow through Vermicomposting...

    Compost, Composting, Earthworm 1987  Words | 6  Pages

  • Effects of plant growth

    Investigating the Effects of Plant growth within Abstract This experiment was conducted to determine whether or not those plants can grow in low fertilized, less sun light and the control group. Each group had there own task of making sure that the plants were always water, each plant had the same amount of light on them. When the plants started to evolve each individual plant was measured of the height. Most of the plants grew faster than others but over the period the plants that grew faster started...

    Chlorophyll, Fruit, Photosynthesis 1143  Words | 9  Pages

  • The Effects of Ph on Mung Beans

    effects of pH on mung beans Gloria Cheng Winsy Cheung Lily Wong Christine Yen January 15, 1998 Abstract This experiment explores how different pH environments affect the growth of mung beans. The mung beans were grown in water with various pH levels, consisted of pH levels 5, 6, 7, 8, and 9. A replicated design was used consisting of 3 runs for each pH level. The following results are listed in order of pH levels allowing most growth to least growth of the mung beans: 7, 8, 6, 5, and 9...

    Acid, Acid dissociation constant, Buffer solution 1464  Words | 4  Pages

  • Effect of Growth on Mung Bean Solution

    Effect of Salt Solution on Mung Bean Growth Hypothesis: If the Mung Beans are watered with a higher salt solution, then less Mung Beans will sprout. John Murrell 9-18-12 Magnet Biology Introduction This experiment was done to test the effect of salt solution on mung bean growth. Generally when you grow mung beans you soak them in water for eight to twelve hours and then put them in a separate container to sprout. Since this experiment was not monitored every hour, and had limited...

    Bean, Mung bean, Paper towel 723  Words | 3  Pages

  • Plant Growth Experiment

    Introduction: The purpose of the plant growth experiment was to test the affect of plant fertilizer during plant growth. The system we were working with allowed us to test the recommended amount and double the recommended amount of Miracle Grow in comparison to a control of an all natural growing plant. The plants we were testing were radishes We decided on testing the validity of Miracle Grow with radishes to determine if fertilizers are worth purchasing. Hypothesis: If the recommended amount...

    Centimetre gram second system of units, Fern, Length 778  Words | 3  Pages

  • Intraspecific Competition of Mung Beans

    effect of intraspecific competition on the growth of mung beans Introduction When plants reproduce, size is highly correlated with reproductive. The struggle for reproductive survival among plants is the struggle to grow in the face of competition from neighbours. So the question this experiment asks is how competition affects the growth of plants. A plant growing in a nutrient-abundant environment free from competition will exhibit maximum growth. One way to address this question is to grow...

    Arithmetic mean, Mean, Median 1803  Words | 7  Pages

  • Bean Trees

    Huy Ngo P7 12/09/12 The Bird Plant On her journey to self-discovery, Taylor Greer manages to overcome her weaknesses and start a new way of life and while traveling she obtains a small Indian child (whom she subsequently names Turtle) who would later prove to have a huge impact on the course of her life. Throughout the novel, The Bean Trees by Barbara Kingsolver, one discovers Taylor and Turtle’s process to obtain a better life: to...

    Barbara Kingsolver, Pigs in Heaven, The Bean Trees 1150  Words | 3  Pages

  • Effect of Clay in Soil on Plant Growth

    Effect of Clay in Soil on Plant Growth INTRODUCTION: In this experiment, the relationship between the amount of clay in the soil and plant growth was measured over a two week time period. The manipulated variable in the experiment was the amount of clay in the soil, specifically one hundred and twenty grams of clay mixed with eighty grams of soil, and the responding variable was the plant growth. Although clay in soil can be beneficial for plant growth in the sense that is provides good moisture...

    Causality, Clay, Experiment 591  Words | 3  Pages

  • Mung Bean Experiment

    Density on Growth of Mung Bean (Vigna radiata) Plants Wylliam Wagoner1 1 Population and Community Ecology, Butler University, Indianapolis, Indiana 46208, USA ABSTRACT For this experiment, we set out to find if density and time had an effect on growth of mung bean plants. We decided to test evidence of growth by measuring plant biomass. We measured the biomass each week for four weeks of plants grown at different densities. We found that density had an overall effect on plant growth, but density...

    Bean, Mung bean, Null hypothesis 1564  Words | 5  Pages

  • Plants

    PLANTS Plants in Our Daily Life A plant(also called green plants) is a multi-cellular living organism,member of kingdom Plantae.It is at the base of the food web and are Autotrophs.Plants are considered as backbone of all life on Earth and essential resource for living oragnisms.Plants can be reffered as a factory which processes light into energy and manufactures food for it ownself as well as for other living things.Scientists have foundmore than 270,000 spieces of plants They include a host of...

    Extinction, Fruit, Life 1503  Words | 9  Pages

  • The Effect of Salt Concentration on Grass Growth

    concentration on grass growth Abstract Our aim was to test the effect of different salinities on the growth of plants which what we did was measured different amounts of salt dissolved into 2 litres of water, watered the plant once with the salt water then for 9 days with pure ware. I found with my investigation that the less the salt, the more the growth of the plant. My aim was achieved by measuring the 5 fastest geminating (out of 20) and to measure the differences in growth of the plant. I also had a...

    Bean, Germination, Measurement 1414  Words | 4  Pages

  • Lab Experiment: Effect of Amount of Water on Plant Growth

    the Plant the Longest? Daniel Rivera Alfonso Pineda Mrs. Fraijo AP Biology 10 June 2012 Abstract: In this experiment, 8 plants will be tested. Each except one plant (which will be the control group) will receive a certain amount of water starting at 0 teaspoons of water. Each plant will receive 1 more teaspoon than the previous cup, so it would be increasing. For example, cup 4 will have 4 teaspoons of water and cup 3 would have 3. The data recorded will be the length the plant grows...

    Orders of magnitude, Oxygen, Plant 1036  Words | 3  Pages

  • The Effect of Different Colored Light on Plant Growth

    of Different Colored Light on Plant Growth Results I measured each plant on days 7, 9, 11, 13, 15, 20, and 32, after planting. The plants under the green cellophane grew the most in every measurement. The biggest growth spurt for the plants under the green cellophane was from day seven to day nine. By day 13, the plants under the purple and red cellophane started to grow at similar rates as compared with those under the green cellophane. By day 32, the plants underneath the green cellophane...

    Cellophane, Cellulose, Color 1185  Words | 4  Pages

  • Bean Germination and Saline

    THE EFFECT OF SALINE ON BEAN GERMINATION AUTHOR: Erik Motyka Lab-partner: MWCC Biology I-109 Professor: Dr. Atryzek ABSTRACT: The response of Phaseolus vulgaris to increased levels of saline solution at germination and seedling growth was investigated. Seeds were germinated in paper towels placed in plastic Ziploc bags with varying concentrations of saline solution and incubated at 25°C. At the end of 14 days the seeds...

    Bean, Common bean, Germination 1309  Words | 5  Pages

  • Effect of pH Levels on the Growth of Bean Plants

    AbstractDifferent pH level may affect the growth and development of the plants. Certain key words include: pH level, germination, acidity, osmosis and diffusion. This experiment examines the effects of different pH level of vinegar on the growth of bean plants. Materials used in this experiment consist of: water (pH 6), vinegar with the pH level of 3, 4 and 5 (each one were made before experiment), beans, soil, and pots. Eight bean plants were planted, two were watered with pH 6 and the other ones...

    Acid, Carbon dioxide, Hydrochloric acid 3772  Words | 11  Pages

  • Anatomy of the Bean Seed

    A G I N T H E C L A S S R O O M O N L I N E L E S S O N P L A N The Anatomy of a Bean Seed Subject Area: Plant Science Unit Title: Parts of Plants - Seeds Grade Level: 4th & 5th Objectives: To create an understanding of the different parts of a seed and their functions. Colorado Content Standards to be covered: SCienCe Standard i - Students understand the processes of scientific investigation and design, conduct, communicate about, and evaluate such investigations. Standard...

    Bean, Edible legumes, Embryo 604  Words | 3  Pages

  • The Effect of Reduced Light on Vigna Radiata Growth Rate

    The effect of reduced light on Vigna radiata growth rate Introduction By a plants very physiological attributes of been sessile, they have a limited way to respond to external stimuli. Due to they sessile nature they are unable to move away from a negative stimuli or towards a positive one. Therefore plants must respond to stimuli be changing there growth and development factors (Campell et al., 2006). As most plants are photoautotrophs, they are able to synthesis sugars from carbon...

    Bean, Germination, Leaf 2371  Words | 7  Pages

  • Effects of Allelopathy on Plants

    Effects of Allelopathy on Plants Dates experiment was conducted: Purpose: The purpose of this experiment is to design a controlled experiment to see if a plant could survive living in eucalyptus tea. Allelopathy is when a plant gives off a bio-chemical that kills that plants around it, such as eucalyptus trees, black walnut trees, etc. My class went to the a eucalyptus grove and observed the eucalyptus trees. We noticed that there was a small circle around the tree that had nothing growing...

    Eucalyptus, Experiment, Julius Richard Petri 964  Words | 3  Pages

  • Color of Light Affecting the Growth of Alaskan Pea Plants

    Color of Light Effecting the Growth of Alaskan Pea Plants 2012 Phillipa Watson Sixth Hour Mrs. Davis Table of Contents Abstract……………………………………………………………………………………………3 Statement of Problem……………………………………………………………………………...3 Review of Literature…………………………………………………………………………….3-5 Hypothesis…………………………………………………………………………………………5 Variables and Groups……………………………………………………………………………5 Materials…………………………………………………………………………………………..6 Procedure………………………………………………………………………………………….6 Results………………………………………………………………………………………...

    Dormancy, Fruit, Germination 1591  Words | 5  Pages

  • The Effects of Crowding on Bean Plants

    crowding have on bean plants? My prediction was that crowding would have no effect on them. I predicted it this way because plants are made to grow in tough conditions and I dident think crowding would have any effect. Materials needed to experiment. 2 Planting pots Planting soil 4 Bean seeds Water Ruler Support stick Notebook Procedure: Take your planting pot fill with planting soil a little above half way. Take your seeds but before you plant them weigh them...

    Annual plant, Bean, Fruit 324  Words | 2  Pages

  • effect of nitrogen on plant growth

    different levels of nitrogen on bean growth. The information gained from my experiment will help gardeners and farmers grow healthier gardens and more abundant crops. HYPOTHESIS My hypothesis is that the plants receiving a 2% nitrogen solution will be affected the most by growing the tallest. EXPERIMENT DESIGN The constants in this study were: * the amount of water * the amount of light * the temperature * the kind of bean * the size of the bean * the size and type of container...

    Bean, Container, Experiment 352  Words | 2  Pages

  • The Effect of Different Levels of Radiation in Growth of Plants.

    set-ups were observed for nine weeks and growth (in cm), germination, and survival rate was measured. Results showed that at the right level of radiation level (10 kR), radiation have a positive effect on the plant growth and has the same germination and survival rate from the control set up. The 30 kR set up and 50 kR set up are relatively smaller in growth than the control set up. Thus, increasing the radiation level above 10 kr corn inhibits its growth in terms of height and decreases the percent...

    1966, 1969, 1977 1070  Words | 4  Pages

  • Chicken Bones and Malunggay Stalks as Plant Growth Enhancer

    this study entitled Chicken Bones and Malunggay (Moringa oleifera) Stalks as Plant Growth Enhancer aims to integrate new approaches of enhancing the growth of the plant by utilizing the chicken bones and malunggay plants. In line with the aforementioned discussion, the study aims to know the potential of chicken bones and malunggay stalks as plant growth enhancer and compare the quality of the experimental plant growth enhancer to that commercialized product in the industry. Specifically, the study...

    Agriculture, Chlorophyll, Epidermis 1075  Words | 4  Pages

  • Bean Report

    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. The aim of the study was to determine whether there are significant differences in the growth patterns of Vigna radiata when grown under varying light intensities. Plants were grown in two different light intensities, normal light and no light, for a...

    Chlorophyll, Circadian rhythm, Fern 2086  Words | 6  Pages

  • How Does Phosphate Affect the Growth of Aquatic Plants?

    High School Department General Science How Does Phosphate Affect the Growth of Aquatic Plants? (A Problem Proposal) I. Introduction Aquatic plants are an important component of lake systems. These plants may be totally submerged beneath the lake surface, floating, or growing along the shoreline. They provide food and shelter for bugs, fish and other organisms, prevent shoreline erosion, filter...

    Adenosine triphosphate, Aquatic plant, Metabolism 1439  Words | 5  Pages

  • The Affect of Diffrent Colored Light on Plant Growth

    The Affect of Different Colored Light on Plant Growth Puprose: Just as we are happier and healthier when we receive adequate sunlight, so are the plants and vegetation that we grow. Sunlight, or other means of artificial lighting is essential to help a plant grow into maturity. It is also necessary in aiding the plant to get the nutrients it requires to mature into a strong healthy plant. The process of the sun or other light helping to feed the plant is called photosynthesis. The light acts...

    Carbon dioxide, Chlorophyll, Color 1071  Words | 5  Pages

  • How Does Colour Affect Plant Growth?

    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 plant growth. Light is electromagnetic radiation that comes in waves, the basic units of which are called photons. Plants use light to turn carbon dioxide into sugars necessary for growth, a process called photosynthesis...

    Color, Fluorescent lamp, Light 697  Words | 3  Pages

  • Effects of Music on the Growth of Mung Beans

    Summary of Findings 1. Music affects the growth of Mung beans. As established in the experiment and based on the data gathered, music has a great effect on the growth of Mung beans. The varying degree of effect is dependent on the type or tempo of music to be played. 2. In general, music helps in the growth of plants. It hastens the growth of plants. As we conducted and observed our experiment, we noticed that classical music helps the Mung beans' growth. Plants exposed to rock music grew slower than...

    Agriculture, Annual plant, Baroque music 336  Words | 2  Pages

  • The Effect of Watering on Plant Growth

    The Effect of Watering on the Plant Growth 1. Problem/Question: Sarah observes the small garden in their house. She ask her mother why are the plants needed water but it has fertilized already. Their plants aren’t grow . So she decided to experiment on what is the effect of watering on plant growth. 2. Observation/Research:  She water them every day, they have good soil, and they're in the shade. 3. Formulate a Hypothesis: Sarah think plants will grow better if they're in the sun...

    Carbon dioxide, Cellular respiration, Oxygen 432  Words | 2  Pages

  • Beans vs Peas Germination Rates

    Bean (Phaseolus vulgaris) and Pea (Pisum Sativum) Temperature Germination Experiment Abstract: This experiment had the purpose of testing temperature for bean and pea seed germination. 100 beans were taken and split into four groups of 25. Each Group of 25 beans was folded inside a damp paper towel. Two of the damp paper towels, with the beans inside, were put in a plastic bag and then moved to a warm place and the other two paper towels were put in a plastic bag and then moved to a cold room...

    Bean, Common bean, Fabaceae 1326  Words | 4  Pages

  • Effect of Different Microwave Doses on Vicia Faba Germination, Growth and Genetic Makeup

    Germination, Growth and Genetic makeup Problem: Some areas are affected by high frequencies of microwaves; this affects plant growth, germination and genetic makeup, which leads to a loss in crop yield, including one of the major crops of high economic importance, the Vicia faba. Abstract: Plants and their stresses have been of very great importance lately. Since there are many kinds of stresses, we only studied one, but a very important one: microwaves and their effect on plants. Microwaves...

    Electromagnetic radiation, Electromagnetic spectrum, Extremely high frequency 1601  Words | 6  Pages

  • Toxic Plants

    Lauren Kelly Individual Student Presentation 28 July 2013 Toxic Plants 10. Would you believe that there's a tree so poisonous that you don't actually have to touch it to be harmed? It's called the manchineel tree (found throughout the Florida Everglades, Central America and the Caribbean. Inhaling sawdust or smoke tree may result in a variety of uncomfortable side effects, including coughing, laryngitis and bronchitis. Some reports suggest that simply standing beneath the tree during a rainstorm...

    Castor oil plant, Medicinal plants, Pea 1954  Words | 6  Pages

  • the effect salt water has on plant growth

    The Effect Salt Water Has On Radish Plant Growth By: Collins Azubuike ...

    Cell, Cell wall, Eukaryote 993  Words | 22  Pages

  • glass, paper, beans

    Coffee beans have been very influential to growth and development to world today. People all over the world enjoy coffee beans. Everyone knows what coffee is. It comes from a really awesome fruit that everybody tries at least once in their life. Anyone you walk up to as a personal story they could tell you about coffee. In the Book Glass, Paper, Beans “by Leah Hager Cohen as one of the three the stories is about a man named Basilio and his relationship coffee beams. We can find coffee at just...

    Caffeine, Coffea, Coffea arabica 1755  Words | 4  Pages

  • Effect of Light Color on Plants

    them being the manner in which they obtain nutritive organic molecules (1), in other words, their food. Plants are denominated as autotrophs, organisms that can produce their own food from abiotic sources surrounding them, such as light, carbon dioxide and water (2). Plants use these three factors in photosynthesis to convert light energy into chemical energy, which is then stored until the plant needs it, or used right away (3). The process of photosynthesis takes place on organelles (substructures...

    Color, Eukaryote, Germination 1615  Words | 5  Pages

  • Ll Bean

    Case 1: L. L. Bean, Inc. 1. How successful has L.L. Bean been? L.L. Bean Inc. has been tremendously successful throughout the course of its business operations. The business was first created in 1912 by L.L. Bean with only $400, the business has managed to expand to $120 in sales by the year 1980. As well, within the market for outdoors equipment and apparel, L.L. Bean is the leading company that has the highest amount of sales. 2. What are the reasons for L.L. Bean’s success? L.L...

    Business, Leon Leonwood Bean, Retailing 1053  Words | 3  Pages

  • Effect of Plant Densities and Phosphorus Levels on the Growth and Yield of Vegetable Cowpea (Vigna Unguiculata L.) Var. Arka Garima

    Effect of plant densities and phosphorus levels on the growth and yield of vegetable cowpea (Vigna unguiculata L.) var. Arka Garima K. RAVI KUMAR1 AND V. SUDHA VANI2 Department of Horticulture, College of Horticulture, Venkataramannagudem-534 101, Andhra Pradesh, India. E-mail : ravikuna4u@gmail.com ABSTRACT A field experiment was conducted at College of Horticulture, Venkataramannagudem to study the effect of plant density and phosphorus levels on the growth and yield of vegetable cowpea...

    Bean, Fruit, Nitrogen 3007  Words | 7  Pages

  • Effect of Rhizobia in Plant Yeild

    The factors affecting plant yield: light level Abstract The factors affecting Zea mays, maize (C4) and Pisum sativa, or pea (C3) plant yield and growth patterns placed under shade and full sunlight were investigated. 20 plantlets placed into four vermiculite compost pots (5 from each plantlet) and submitted to fertilizer or no fertilizer. And after 4 weeks the results showed that maize grown in light with no fertilizer had a higher relative growth rate and root to shoot ratio indicating the allocation...

    C3 carbon fixation, C4 carbon fixation, Calvin cycle 1772  Words | 6  Pages

  • Plant Growth Hormone Lab Report.

    Introduction: Plant hormones and growth regulators are chemicals that affect flowering, aging, root growth, killing of leaves, promotion of stem elongation, color enhancement of fruit, prevention of leafing, and many other conditions. Very small concentrations of these substances produce major growth changes. All plants produce hormones naturally, and growth regulators can be applied by people to are applied to plants by people. Plant growth regulators may be synthetic compounds that mimic naturally...

    Abscisic acid, Annual plant, Auxin 477  Words | 2  Pages

  • Sugars and Plant Growth Data

    How the Addition of Extra Sugar Affects the Growth of Plants Lacey Fish Florence Nguyen Danielle Wang Julia Wu Botany 10MWF April 4, 2006 Materials: 1. 20 Mung beans 2. 4 plastic cups 3. soil 4. Turbino sugar 5. Distilled water 6. Beakers 7. Graduated cylinders 8. Stir plate 9. Scale 10. String 11. Ruler with cm measurements 12. Stir bar Background: We chose this project because we were curious to see how the amount of raw sugar...

    Chaptalization, Magnetic stirrer, Orders of magnitude 1513  Words | 8  Pages

  • Effects of Water Solutions in Plant Growth

    EFFECTS OF WATER SOLUTIONS IN PLANT GROWTH CHAPTER I Introduction Plants are affected by different substances that come into contact with them. These effects may be good or bad. There are certain substances such as fertilizers, which have a positive effect on the growth of certain plants, more specifically pechay (Brassica rapa variety chinensis). Pechay is commonly used in cooking in Filipino households. It requires little attention as it is a very hardy plant. It is rich in vitamins A, C...

    Bean, Drinking water, Nutrient 3582  Words | 11  Pages

  • THE COMPARATIVE STUDY OF THE EFFECT OF ROTTEN FRUITS AND ROTTEN VEGETABLES TO THE GROWTH OF TOMATO PLANT

     THE COMPARATIVE STUDY OF THE EFFECT OF ROTTEN FRUITS AND ROTTEN VEGETABLES TO THE GROWTH OF TOMATO PLANT MESIAS, JEREMY SAMUEL SANTOS, FLORENCIO JUSTIN ABELLO, KYLE LIYAG, HANNAH TRIBIANA, PETER MICU, KELCY Science II Investigative Project Submitted to: Dr. Claribelle J. Bautista, Ph.D. Golden Faith Academy Montevista Heights Subdivision Taytay, Rizal TABLE OF CONTENTS CHAPTER 1 :INTRODUCTION………………………………………………………………..1 Background of the...

    B vitamins, Fruit, Plant 1535  Words | 7  Pages

  • Growth

    production? (a) Land (b) Labor (c) Capital (d) Natural resources [16 marks] 2. In an exogenous growth model, growth is caused by (a) capital accumulation. (b) government policies. (c) human capital accumulation. (d) forces that are not explained by the model itself. [16marks] 3. Suppose that two countries share identical levels of total factor productivity, identical labor force growth rates and identical savings rates. According to the Solow model (a) the country with the greater initial...

    Capital, Capital accumulation, Economic growth 617  Words | 3  Pages

  • An Eco-Feministic View in Barbara Kingsolver’s The Bean Trees

    of women. Barbara Kingsolver is a contemporary American author. Kingsolver dedicated herself into political and social activism. She also believes in writing that promotes social change in society. Barbara Kingsolver novel The Bean Trees reflects this commitment. The Bean Trees concerns Taylor Greer, a young woman who leaves her small hometown in Kentucky to search for a more fulfilling life. While driving west across the United States, Taylor becomes the protector of a battered child whom she names...

    Barbara Kingsolver, Feminism, Feminist theory 1292  Words | 4  Pages

  • Mung Beans

    Abstract The Seeds of Mung bean, wheat, and silver beet were tested in environments of differing salinities to note down if high salinity environments were worse for the seeds. It was found that generally lower concentrations were better for germination then higher concentrations. Despite this, the hypothesis was not completely supported as in wheat and silver beet the second concentration had a higher rate of germination than the control and in all instances the highest concentration had a higher...

    Cell, Cell wall, Fruit 1243  Words | 4  Pages

  • How Does the Colour of Light Affect the Growth of a Plant and Which Light Is Best

    How does the colour of light affect the growth of a plant and which light is best The problem will be investigated is how does colour of light affect the plant growth and what colour is best in terms of speed of the growth of the plant By using the internet I discovered that the problem that I am trying to solve has been done before by various people. As I read the information given off the web it seems that plants that can only absorb certain types of colour of light for example blue or red...

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  • Ap Bio Plants

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  • The Plant Body

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