William Bromer

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    University / College Faculty

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  • Profile Question 1
    What is your favorite plant? Why?

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    What is a typical day like for you?

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    There are no typical as each day and week is different. However, I usually spend some time trying to create a learning environment so my student will learn by doing or without me telling them. I also spend some time grading and working on committee work. I try to set aside some time to read research papers or a new book.

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Recent Posts

fchsfasickfall2017 project 5 William Bromer
said

Ok, I don't know how you actually tested the effects of pH on the leaf disks.  I would be glad to look at your data so go ahead and send me the data if you get a chance.  Also let me know what variables you changed.  It can be…

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fchsfasickfall2017 project 5 William Bromer
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Just checking in to see if you have been able to work on your project?

Stella's Science Team project 7 William Bromer
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Nice looking poster and I agree with your conclusion that the amount of light was probably just as important as the wavelengths of light.  You could test the amount of light with a simple light meter.  I like that you have all your data in…

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