JCHS Saracini Team 5

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Explore We know that light intensity increases the rate of photosynthesis. We also know that plants have multiple pigments that harness many different wavelengths of light.
Research Question What affect will different wave lengths have on photosynthesi?
Predictions Blue and yellow cellophane cups will do the best with photosynthesis or float fastest becauses according to the spinach leaf graph we found while reasearching said she they should.
Experimental Design We are taking four cups and filling them with baking soda water and putting spinach leaf discs in them and covering them with different colored films on the top except one that will be our control
Conclusion That yellow and normal light wave lengths are the best for photosynthesis.
Investigation Theme POS
Grade Level High School Students (Grades 9,10,11,12)
School Name Jefferson City High School
Session Fall 2016

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