Bio-sciemeth - Sarah Otto Biology 111A Thomas R. Wilmot...

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Sarah Otto Biology 111A Thomas R. Wilmot April 16, 2007 The Scientific Method Paper The scientific method is used to conduct experiments to support or disprove a hypothesis. In this experiment, a person in the laboratory is growing a set of pea plants. There are a total of six plants that are being grown. The plants are being kept in a greenhouse to get the proper amount of light and to have a Greenhouse Effect on the plants. The Greenhouse Effect is when the sunlight that enters the atmosphere gets trapped in by the windows of the greenhouse and causes the plants to be able to grow a little better. The pea plants will be measured for a week. The plants are contaminated with different amounts of gibberillic acid, which is a growth regulator. The plants that have acid poured into the soil will grow faster than the plant that doesn’t have any acid. The plants with gibberillic acid will grow remarkably faster than plants that do not have gibberillic acid. The technician contaminated five plants with an unknown amount of acid on each makes
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This note was uploaded on 09/19/2011 for the course BIO 111A taught by Professor Professor during the Spring '07 term at Saginaw Valley.

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Bio-sciemeth - Sarah Otto Biology 111A Thomas R. Wilmot...

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