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DOES CIGARETTE SMOKE AFFECT PLANT GROWTH?

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flore metellus

on 30 November 2013

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Transcript of DOES CIGARETTE SMOKE AFFECT PLANT GROWTH?

HYPOTHESIS
THE CIGARETTE SMOKE WILL CHANGE THE PLANT APPEARANCE AND WILL CAUSE IT TO DIE.
Problem statement
Cigarette smoke affect plant as much as human.
Procedure and Materials
Background
Cigarette smoke has been a proven health concern for humans and animals for years. Studies on the effects of cigarette smoke on plant growth have been started; initial reports show that cigarette smoke has similar health affects on plant growth. Cigarette smoke affects humans and animals at a slower pace than it does plants. There is no treatment to the effect that cigarette smoke has on plant growth, only preventative measures can keep plants healthy.
The American Lung Association states that cigarette smoke has more than 4,000 chemicals found in it. Of these chemicals the more lethal include ammonia, arsenic, carbon monoxide, formaldehyde, hydrogen cyanide, lead and sulfur compounds and nicotine. Chemicals found in cigarette smoke have the potential to alter plant DNA causing mutations. These mutations can impair or stunt growth in plants. Chemicals called particulates stick to plant leaves and stems; this action reduces the plants ability to absorb n to the plant.


MY CONCLUSION DID MATCH MY HYPOTHESIS BECAUSETHE PLANT DIED AFTER 15 DAYS AND THAT CIGARETTE DO AFFECT PLANT AND THAT CIGARETTE AFFECT JUST LIKE IT AFFECT HUMAN BASED ON MY RESEARCH IN MY BACKGROUND.
regular plant growing &cigarette
DOES CIGARETTE SMOKE AFFECT PLANT GROWTH?
flore metellus
stephanie hippolyte period 7 ms auguste
11-19-13
period:2

CONCLUSION
plant ,water, cigarette ,
1ST I WATER THE PLANT EVERYDAY FOR 15 DAYS THIS WAS MY RESULT
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