WRIT 146 Heir-Brained Henry VIII

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(Fig. 1) After measuring the transpiration rates of 4 types of plants (sunflower, water hyacinth, rhoeo and pothos) under HLHW conditions (relative humidity 38%, temperature 32.5°C), the sunflower had the larger average transpiration rate (11.6812 µg) while pothos a significantly lower transpiration rate (2.716 µg) (Fig. 1). ANOVA (F=10.2066, df=3, P=.0060, α=.05). Error bars represent SD. (Fig. 2) After measuring the resistence rates of 4 types of plants (sunflower, water hyacinth, rhoeo and pothos) under HLHW conditions (relative humidity 38%, temperature 32.5°C), pothos stood out as significantly different compared to the other three plants (7.498 s/cm) (Fig. 2). ANOVA (F=7.6279, df=3, P= .0131, α= .05). Error bars represent SD.
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Unformatted text preview: (Fig. 3) After measuring the transpiration rates of 4 types of plants (sunflower, water hyacinth, rhoeo and pothos) under LLLW conditions (relative humidity 38%, temperature 33°C), pothos had a significantly lower transpiration rate (.32567 µg) compared to the other three plants (Fig. 3). ANOVA (F=10.2850, df=3, P=.004, α=.05). Error bars represent SD. (Fig. 4) After measuring the resistence rates of 4 types of plants (sunflower, water hyacinth, rhoeo and pothos) under LLLW conditions (relative humidity 38%, temperature 33°C), pothos had a significantly larger resistence rate compared to the other three plants (63.9687 s/cm) (Fig. 4). ANOVA (F=20.313, df=3, P= .004, α=.05). Error bars represent SD....
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  • Spring '13
  • WilliamCain
  • Water Hyacinth, error bars, Pothos, significantly lower transpiration, lower transpiration rate

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