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Walking Water

Sieanna's Science Project 2015
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Chaisleigh Southworth

on 18 April 2015

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Transcript of Walking Water

WalkingWater
Question:
How does water move from one cup of water to another by defying gravity?

How does water move up flowers and plants everyday against gravity?
Materials:
1. Water
2. Paper Towels
3. Dye Colors
4. Cups

What I used.
Method:
This video shows how I conducted my experiment.
Results/Conclusion
I discovered over time the liquid crawled up the tiny gaps of fiber in the paper towels . This is called "capillary action."

This is the same way that plants get their water in the roots, stem, leaves and flowers.

I also did an experiment where I put a white flower in red colored water. Over a few days the flower's leaves turned a little reddish.
Sieanna's Science Project 2015
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