Plant Lab Report

Plant Lab Report - Jacob Kuta BSC1005 13 Michael Reno 27...

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Jacob Kuta BSC1005 – 13 Michael Reno 27 March 2007 The effects of fertilizer concentration on growth and flower production of Brassica rapa . If you’ve ever been in a science class, you have more than likely worked with plants at some point or another. There are a multitude of variables that can be tested, plant growth, sunlight, water, nutrients, and fertilizer to name some. Brassica rapa is the plant that was chosen to do our lab work on because is it a plant (what we would consider a weed) that grows fast — maturing in about 40 days — making it ideal for biology experiments. The purpose of this experiment is to study and observe the effects of fertilizer concentration on growth and flower reproduction of Brassica rapa . We will eventually conclude which amount of fertilizer concentration yields the tallest growth, the greatest number of leaves, as well as the most number of flowers. This information could be useful to others, for example, if they were planting and wanted to know a good measurement of fertilizer to give to their plants. My expected outcome of the Brassica rapa is that the plants with the greatest amount of fertilizer will have the most growth. The materials we used were as follows: a light bank with continuous full spectrum
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