• BS101 Unit 4 Short Answer Question (SAQ)
    when mixed with water, so adding it to the water increases the availability of CO2.By placing the Elodea plant into water containing varying levels of baking soda, we can also investigate the effect of carbon dioxide availability on the rate of photosynthesis. Hypothesis & Prediction: A hypothesis...
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  • photosynthesis
    was to determine the rate of photosynthesis in different concentrations of a Bicarbonate solution. My Hypothesis was that if you placed the spinach disks in the highest concentration of bicarbonate then that is where photosynthesis would happen the fastest. We cut out equal disk from a plant leaf...
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  • Coursework on Photosythesis
    hope to be able to distinguish the link between intensity of light and photosynthesis and, therefore, test the theory that the more light there is the more photosynthesis occurs. Hypothesis Our prediction supports the theory mentioned above. The more intense light there is, i.e. the closer the...
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  • The Growth of Bacteria Influenced by Different Antibiotics
    does light absorbance affect the photosynthesis of algal balls? Our experimental hypothesis is that if the glass container of algal balls sits under the 75w bulb (bulb of greatest wattage) it will absorb the greatest amount of light and then have the greatest rate of photosynthesis because the...
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  • photosynthesis lab report
    using Spineraci oleracea (Spinach leaves). My hypothesis was photosynthesis happens faster in full spectrum light than versus green light. According to the data and results from the experiment, my hypothesis was not supported. Rather the results turned out the opposite of the hypothesis...
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  • Scientific Method
    parts as a food source. So my original hypothesis was correct that plants do need sunlight as a food source. Even though it is sometimes argued among biologists that some plants are not capable of completing the photosynthesis process such as parasitic plants once called saprophytes...
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  • Biology 151: Complete Photosynthesis Lab Report
    oleracea (Spinach leaves). My hypothesis was photosynthesis happens faster in full spectrum light than versus green light. According to the data and results from the experiment, my hypothesis was not supported. Rather the results turned out the opposite of the hypothesis. Photosynthesis was present...
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  • Photosynthesis Dae
    Problem: How does light intensity effect photosynthesis on the plant? Hypothesis: If the plant is exposed to a more light intensive light, then it will do more photosynthesis because there will be more light that can be used and converted. Independent Variable: Light Intensity. Dependent...
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    frutescens measured in KPA using a Vernier Gas Sensor +-0.01. Safety Precautions: Not Applicable Problem Statement: How does different light intensities affect the rate of photosynthesis in Perilla frutescens measured in KPA using a Vernier Gas Sensor +- 0.01? Background Experimental Hypothesis...
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  • Respiration Lab
    effect on the rate of photosynthesis, the rest of the solutions were inconsistent and seemed to disagree with our hypothesis. If we were to generate a new hypothesis, we would say that the closer the concentration to the optimal carbon dioxide concentration that we found, the faster...
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  • Corn Experiment
    . It has to do with photosynthesis. Fertilizer is also going to make the plants grow much faster; this is because of the nutrients in it. The experiment took about four to six weeks to complete; it took some days for the seed to germinate before planting. The corn was growing there were four different...
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  • Photosynthesis and Respiration
    organisms today by working together to create energy from sunlight and allowing us to breathe. MATERIALS AND METHODS For the photosynthesis experiment, we used a LabQuest device, an oxygen gas sensor, a BioChamber, plant leaves, a lamp, and a dark space. To test our hypothesis, we first put the...
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  • Biology Research for Photosynthesis
    rectangular leaf disks. Hypothesis: Knowing that the rate of photosynthesis is governed directly by the limiting factor of free energy (sunlight, water, carbon dioxide) and knowing that differences in leaf disks shape doesn’t necessarily impact these factors, I predict that the shape of the leaf disks...
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  • Transpiration Lab Report
    LAB REPORT HYPOTHESIS 1: Plants transpire the most when the environment has light and less humidity JUSTIFICATION: Water evaporates more readily because light stimulates the opening of the stomata and photosynthesis would occur. HYPOTHESIS 2: Transpiration would occur the second most when...
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  • Ap Photosynthesis Lab Conclusion
    supported my hypothesis, then a follow up experiment using DPIP to test the effect of light intensity on the rate of photosynthesis might include a similar set up but instead of changing cuvettes, change the light intensity. I would expect the lower the intensity of the light, the less photosynthesis will...
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  • Photosynthesis Lab Report
    ------------------------------------------------- ------------------------------------------------- Hypothesis: Purpose of this experiment is to determine if the light a spinach plant is exposed to affects the rate of its photosynthesis. Hypothesis 1: I believe that the spinach leaves that are only exposed to room light will have a slower rate of photosynthesis, and the...
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  • Photosynthesis
    Light Reactions Lab This lab explores the effect of light intensity and light wavelength on photosynthesis. The quantity of energy [ATP] produced will change depending upon on these parameters. Use "Johnson Explorations: Photosynthesis" located at http://www.mhhe.com/biosci/genbio/biolink...
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  • Photosynthesis Paper
    The effect of different wavelengths of light on photosynthesis rate in spinach leaves Abstract: This experiment was performed to test the effect of different wavelengths of light had on photosynthesis. According to the results gathered we can say that if two plants are put under different...
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  • Photosynthesis in Elodea Lab
    This lab has been created in order to find what extent does distance from a light source (5cm, 10cm, and 15cm) affect the rate of photosynthesis (measured in bubbles / 3 min) in Elodea water plants. Hypothesis: More amount of time under the light will cause the plant to give out more glucose and O2...
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  • What Factors Affect the Rate of Photosynthesis in Living Leaves?
    distilled water. It will be shown in the discussion whether the hypothesis made was correct or incorrect. It will be shown in the discussion what could have occurred during the experiment that could have affected the results. Introduction: Photosynthesis can be defined as the process by which green...
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