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Conditions Needed for Seed Germination

3. To see if temperature has any effect on the germination of seeds

Method

This experiment is up to you. Work out a method and check it with your teacher before you write up the method below and set up the experiment.

You are told that there is a refrigerator (4°C), a freezer (-18°C), an oven (60°C) and a light cupboard (you should measure the temperature) available to you.

Space for your drawing

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Results:

Temperature Conditions

Observations after one week

In the light cupboard (xx°C)

 

In the refrigerator (4°C)

 

In the freezer (-18°C)

 

In the oven (60°C)

 

Conclusion:

Explain your results

 

 

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