Salt & Sugar in Botany
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Elementary School - Grades 4-6
P=Project   E=Experiment
What effect does salty water have on plant growth? [E]
Which water evaporates faster: salt water, rain water, lake water or tap water? [P]
How different concentrations of salt water affect plants? [P]
Does refined sugar or table salt affect radish growth [P] [P]
Interdisciplinary Topic: Salt & Sugar
Middle School - Grades 7-9
P=Project   E=Experiment
Does Salt Water Exposure Affect Radish Seed Germination? [E]
How Much Sodium Chloride Can a Cabbage Plant Withstand? The Effects of Salt (NaCl) on Plant Life [E]
Determine what level of salinity stresses a tomato plant and adversely affects its fruit production. [E]
The Effect of Water Priming on Salt Tolerance in Barley Seeds [E]
The Effects of Fructose Enhanced Ocean Water on Rice Plant Growth [E]
See if yeast will reproduce using various sugar substitutes. [E]
Does location in an orchard affect sugar levels in navel oranges? [E]
Test the effects of salt on canola and its transgenic lines (seed germination and plant growth). [P]
Will the addition of iodized salt to rye grass decrease its growth?
The effect of salinity of water on seed germination [E]
Does Salinity Affect the Germination of Radish Seeds? [E]
How Does the Coloring and Sweetness of a Flower Affect Bee Visitation? [E]
Interdisciplinary Topic: Salt & Sugar
High School - Grades 10-12
P=Project   E=Experiment
How Will the Salt Percent Threshold of a Plant Affect Its Next Generation of Offspring? [E]
Does an optimal level of salt concentration exist for plants? [E]
Will the applying of a low concentration of salicylic acid (SA) to green bean plants reduce damaging effects caused by exposure to salt water stress during early growth. [E]
The effect of salt stress on phytohormones [P]
Will the applying of a low concentration of salicylic acid (SA) to green bean plants reduce damaging effects caused by exposure to salt water stress during early growth. [E]
Determine whether lettuce seeds provide a good bioassay for salt toxicity [E]
Does an optimal level of salt concentration exist for plants? [E]
Culturing Strains of Volvox to Become Acclimated to a High Level of Salinity [E]
Determine if plants would die when a saline solution slightly less than the oceans was watered into the soil. [E]
Determine which of four hay crops - barley, oats, vetch, or peas - is most tolerant of saline soils. [E]
Interdisciplinary Topic: Salt & Sugar
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