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Growth Of Plants in Different Respective Liquids

Cody Lucero's and Anthony Medina's science experiment
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Cody Lucero

on 15 February 2011

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The Growth of Plants in Different Respective Liquids. Hypothesis: If plants are exposed to different liquids, without the addition of water, Then they will not sprout. Past knowledge: In research we know that Water is one of the main inputs into a plants early stages of life giving it what it needs to sprout, along with this the seeds also need other nutrients to help with growth. We want to find out if any other of these respectable liquids can give our seeds their needed nutrients. Procedure: Day one: Plants watered with...
Apple Cider vinegar: Just Planted in Cotton
Water: Just Planted in Cotton
Coca-Cola: Just Planted in Cotton
Jumex Peach Juice: Just Planted in Cotton Day Two: Apple Cider Vinegar: No Activity
Water: No Activity
Coca-Cola: No Activity
Juice: No Activity Comments by Anthony:
I took the plants outside for air at 3:00 P.M. and gave each cup 8 Tablespoons of their respective liquids.

Side comment: Dang Apple Cider Vinegar smells horrid! Day Three: Apple Cider Vinegar: No Activity
Water: No Activity
Coca-Cola: No Activity
Juice: No Activity Comments:
Same as Yesterday I took the plants outside at 3 P.M. to get some air and brought them inside at sundown And watered each with 8 Tbs. of Respectable Fluid. Day Four: Apple Cider Vinegar: No Activity
Water: No Activity
Coca-Cola: No Activity
Juice: No Activity Comments by Anthony:
I did some research The plants should start to sprout between 5-7 days after planting. Cody suggested adding dirt around the seeds. Followed same airation and watering processes as before.

Side comment by Cody:
Wrong sir i said we should have started with dirt around the seeds now tis to late it would change the experiment it has been the same for four days thus it shall stay Dirtless. Day Five: Apple Cider Vinegar: No Activity
Water: No Activity
Coca-Cola: No Activity
Juice: No Activity Comments by Anthony:
Same routine as the last days 8 Tbs of their fluids and let to airate outside from 3 P.M. to sundown.

Side comment from Cody:
You know Anthony I think its just you the plants are scared to show their sprouts around you they think you'll Murder them! Day Six: Apple Cider Vinegar: Nothing
Water: 3 seeds cracking
Soda: Nothing
Juice: Nothing Comments by Cody:
Same daily airation and watering procedures as have been followed during past days. Water seeds finally started showing signs of oncoming sprouting. :D Day Seven: Apple Cider Vinegar: l seed showing signs of cracking
Water: 5 seeds cracking
Soda: Nothing
Juice: 2 seeds cracking Comments From Cody:
Same daily airating and watering, at least more seeds are showing signs of oncoming sprouting! Day Eight: Apple Cider Vinegar: 6 seeds showing early signs of cracking
Water: 3 seeds have sprouted, 15 are cracked and showing signs of possibly sprouting soon
Soda: 2 seeds showing early signs of cracking
Juice: 1 seed has sprouted, and three seeds are showing signs of early cracking Comments from Cody:
Same airating and watering procedures, All respectable liquids have began showing signs of oncomming
sprouting now all there is to do is wait! Day Nine: Apple Cider Vinegar: Same only 6 seeds showing signs of cracking
Water: 10 seeds have sprouted, 25 seeds are showing signs are showing signs of possible sprouting
Soda: Same 2 in early stages of cracking, Seeds seem to be growing a greenish mold
Juice: Same only one sprout and 3 in the early stages of cracking Day Ten: Apple Cider: Only 6 seeds showed remote signs of possible sprouting but none of them actually sprouted
Water: All-in-all 20 seeds actually sprouted roots and 15 showed signs of soon sprouting
Soda: 2 seeds showed early sighns of cracking but in the end the seeds got covered in green shiny mold
Juice: 3 seed sprouted and three showed signs of cracking this looks like the next best to water in this experiment Comments by Cody:
In the end after following the same steps for ten days
the end of the experiment tells us that water is still the reigning champ over all the other respectable liquids looks like nature gives the best nutrients for a plant. Questions: 1. How do liquids, other then water, effect the growth of plants? 2. Which fluid will have the most sprouts? Answers: Conclusion: 1. The liquids, other then water, greatly declined the growth of the plants compared to water. 2. Water showed the greatest growing capabilities of sprouting our seeds.
Second best was juice with only one seed sprouted.
The other two fluids failed to show any signs of sprouting. Pictures: In the end of our experiment we decided that water remains the best fluid for sprouting these plants turns out mother nature was right in the first place. Water: Apple Cider Vinegar: Soda: Juice: THE END! P.S. We had a plant with a really long root, that was grown in water, that ANTHONY decided to tear off its seed on the day we took pictures. PLANT MURDERER!!!! Materials: Through our experiment we will be using different respective liquids to water our plants, we will also be airating our seeds every day from 3:00 P.M. to around sundown. constants: variables: The materials we used were:
1. cotton
2. Glass cups
3. tablespoon
4. cilantro seeds
5. apple cider vinegar
6. jumex peach juice
7. and... coca-cola Dependant: Independant: 1. Amount of respective fluids
2. Size of cups
3. Time of airation
4. Amount of seeds per cup 1. Amount of respective fluids
2. Size of cups
3. Time of airation
4. Amount of seeds per cup Our only dependant variable was the cilantro seeds. Our independant variables were the temperature outside and the Respective liquids.
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