The Seeds That Grew Essays and Term Papers

  • Seeds

    EFFECT OF LIGHT AND TEMPRATURE ON THE GERMINATION OF SEEDS ABSTRACT Generally plants are sources of some natural products, which have some biological activity like phytotoxins, antimicrobial agents, and signalling. Meanwhile, “The seeds are carried inside the fruit by animals called dispersers...

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  • Biology

    Which Liquids Do Radish Seeds Grow Best In In our experiment we studied the growth of radish seeds in different types of liquids. We used water, coke, orange juice, vinegar, and tea. We took particular interest in this project because we wanted to see the results of which seeds would grow. When knowing...

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  • Seed Germination Lab

    Effect of seed germination Purpose: To see the effect of an acid introduced during seed germination, on the length of the plant roots. Also shows how salt can affect the seed germination. Acid can be introduced to seeds during germination if there is acid rain. Knowing the results of acid rain on...

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  • Cosmic Creation Myth

    In the world of Zulu the world was just darkness and one very large seed. The seed began to grow. These seeds were called Uthlange, which means the source of all things. The seeds grew slowly and eventually grew into a man. The man grew so big the plant could not keep the man on it so he fell off. Then...

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  • Plant Hormones

    Plant Hormones and Their Affects on Pea Seeds in the Classroom Alyssa Brooks Georgia State University 17 October, 2012 Abstract Like the human body, plants have hormones that aid them in recovery when exposed to a condition that would affect their health. Plants use five different types of hormones...

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  • Biliogy

    chloroplasts of green plants, and it is what makes green plants, green. Some plants will germinate without light and, using the stored food from their seeds, will produce white sprouts. If they can't find light, chlorophyll to process photosynthesis will not form, so the seedlings will remain white. When...

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  • Color of Light Affecting the Growth of Alaskan Pea Plants

    negative manner. Therefore, it is necessary for plants to be able to grow. In this paper, there is information on seed germination and light’s effects on plants. These are important part of seeds’ growth and they were a part of the experiment that was performed and then analyzed in this paper. The experiment...

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  • Ecology Lab Report (Not Finished Yet)

    to grow bean plants, due to the fact that they have a fast germination rate and are estimated to grow about 6 centimeters in just a few days. Bean seeds grow the best in pure water and absorb as much water as possible. If these plants were to be exposed to acid rain, they would experience impacts similar...

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  • European Travellars

    HISTORY OF COTTON When European explorers came to the West Indies in 1492 AD, they saw that people grew cotton there, and by the 1600's these invaders forced the local people to grow more and more cotton that the Europeans could take and sell back in England. Cotton, imported from the...

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  • Civil War

    rapidly cleaned the seeds from the short, sticky fibers of upland cotton, the variety that grew all over the South. The process was simple: a roller carried raw cotton along wooden slats. Sharp metal teeth thrust through the slats and quickly pulled the fibers from the seeds. In 1794, he obtained...

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  • Bud, Not Buddy

    natural light. Materials I used several different materials in this experiment. The materials included 2 small ivy plants of the same size, basil seeds, potting soil and pots, water, and a fluorescent light bulb. I also had two areas to place the plants. Those places were a counter top in our kitchen...

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  • Affects of Phototropism on Plants

    Introduction: A seed is the reproductive mechanism of a plant (http://aseeds.net.au, 2012). Each and every seed has a purpose for reproduction to create more. A seed contains an embryonic plant in a resting condition. For a seed to germinate it has to go through a process called germination. Seed germination...

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  • Marigold

    how the Marigold plants grew under certain conditions. The Objective was to determine the amount of growth these plants went through by measuring the changes in the selected variables. The Variables that we selected were stem length, root length, the amount of leaves that grew on a plant and the overall...

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  • Effect of Gamma Rays Radiation on Growth of Corn

    The effect of various doses of Gamma Rays Radiation on the growth of Corn (Zea mays) was determined by observing the growth of the seeds in 4 different plots. 40 seeds were exposed to different doses (50kr, 30kr, 10kr and none) of Gamma Rays Radiation. The treatment with the highest dose of radiation...

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  • Evolution Lab

    Islands feed on seeds produced by plants growing on these islands. There are three categories of seeds: soft seeds, produced by plants that do well under wet conditions; seeds that are intermediate in hardness, produced by plants that do best under moderate precipitation; and hard seeds, produced by plants...

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  • Making Rock Candy

    Making Rock Candy Question/Hypothesis: How does the presence of seed crystals change the growth rate of rock candy? If you add seed crystals to the rock candy than they will grow faster because molecules will attract faster. Procedure: 1. Cut out 6 pieces of yarn. Two strings one inch, two...

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  • Botany and Zoology Experiment

    continue growing upwards. Using what I had on hand, I created a scenario for seedlings to grow with changing gravity. I placed six Red Giant Radish seeds each; on six cut and re-sized pieces of paper towels, placed the paper towels in CD jewel cases, and closed them in. With scotch tape and a sharpie...

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  • Plant report

    plants. Materials and Methods: In this lab many materials were used. Among them are perlite, greensand, rhizobium, urea, water, clover seeds, grass seeds, a marker, a ruler, a beaker, a test tube rack, plastic wrap, a teaspoon and a pencil. The first thing we did was to measure the half point of...

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  • ping pong

    pod color, pod appearance, seed texture, seed color, and flower color. Mendel collected seeds from his pea plants and carefully recorded each plant’s traits and seeds. The next year, he planted the seeds. He observed that purple-flowering plants grew from most of the seeds obtained from purple-flowering...

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  • Slavery in Mexico

    PROJECT STEPS Pose a meaning, answerable scientific question related to this scenario. Does detergent water affect the germination of the grass seeds? Yes Detergents can contribute to water pollution: Water pollution problems: Areal issue By Gabriel J. Adams http://ezinearticles.com/...

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