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science fair! again?!
Since I'm in 12th grade, I'm not required to take part in the science fair anymore, but this year my teacher is giving us a huge incentive to be in it. He's giving us a raise of a whole letter grade. as in ten to 15 points on your class average. I need this extra credit so i wanted to do my project on something fish or aquarium related. do you guys have any cool ideas?
Those points are hard to pass up! Good luck with it!
Maybe a project on growing aquarium plants?
deff plants unless you have the money for a nano reef aquarium. for a planted tank you could do something with photosynthesis or the balancing of nutrients combined with light and co2
I searched a bit online and i thought that this would be a good topic.
Effects of different colors of light on the photosynthesis rate.
seems like it could be fun. does this mean i would get bulbs with different color temperatures and test them with plants? or does it mean actually using a blue light bulb and a red one and so on? hmm
it would mean getting the color bulbs. i would personaly get a bucket and a small sponge filter, get some lillys or sumthing then spend the money on the light and bulb. i would first add a few plants use 1 color buld, add some more with a color mark on them then watch them then next color more with diferent mark. that would be so much fun
what species of plant were you planning on using?
not sure yet. open to any and all suggestions.
pick the easiest i guess
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