wk 1 Scientific Method day 7

wk 1 Scientific Method day 7 - Biology 100 AXIA College...

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Biology 100 AXIA College Christiana Rivera October 22, 2010
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You said you grew three plants with a light to the left of them and three plants with a light to the right of them. The leaves of the plants with the light on the left turned toward the left and the tops of the plants grew toward the left. The leaves of the plants with the light on the right turned toward the right and the tops grew toward the right. Does that support your hypothesis that plants respond to the light? This is already apart of my daily life, I almost biweekly rotate one of my soft leaved tall stalked plant, while my hard leaved plants do not need rotating for several weeks. Just today I moved a native to warmer climate plant I have to a more warmer location of my apartment because the leaves were starting to turn brown and crisp while the stems still had strength, I knew it was trying to survive in the now cooler climate we are getting. When I first starting noticing my lack of a “green thumb” 10 years ago, I decided I would master the house plant. My grandmother has plants that are over 30 years old and I wanted that as well.
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This note was uploaded on 11/14/2010 for the course BIO 100 BIO/100 taught by Professor Ray during the Spring '09 term at University of Phoenix.

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