SCI230WK1Sunday - T he Scientific Method B y: Tracy Gaither...

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The Scientific Method By: Tracy Gaither Sci/230 July 8, 2011 Joseph F Keen
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You said you grew three plants outdoors in fresh air and three plants indoors. The indoor plants gained two, three, and two new leaves, respectively. After that hailstorm, the outdoor plants looked pretty beaten up. All had lost some leaves and the leaves that were left were torn and missing pieces. Does that support your hypothesis that plants respond to the light? http://biology.clc.uc.edu/ courses/bio104/sci_meth.htm Observation: I’ve noticed that when a plant grows, it grows in the direction of a source of light other than growing straight/far from the light source. Question: Is it the light that causes a plant to grow at a slant other than straight up? Is it a coincidence created by the plant? Is it heat or wind that causes it? Hypothesis: If the weather was the right condition, without heat or wind; the plants could grow better. If I do the test differently will I not break out? Testing:
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