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I am going to investigate the light to find the effects of light intensity in the rate of the photosynthesis.

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Introduction

Aim I am going to investigate the light to find the effects of light intensity in the rate of the photosynthesis. Introduction Light is one of the most important substance o photosynthesis. Photosynthesis increases depend on the intensity of light. We can recognise whether bubbles occur photosynthesis. Hence, I predict that as the light intensity is increases, the number of bubbles is going to increase. Apparatus 1) One 1 litre of beaker 2) 800 ml of water 3) ...read more.

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Put a lamp 1m from the beaker. 5) Put a metre rule for measure the distance between lamp and beaker. 6) Cover the beaker by a box except a side which the light goes in. 7) Approach the lamp 5cm to the beaker every minute. 8) Measure the number of bubbles for every minute. Result Distance from the pondweed Number of bubbles in the First experiment Number of bubbles in the Second experiment Average 100 12 3 7.5 95 12 4 8 90 13 6 9.5 85 14 8 11 80 14 8 11 75 17 9 13 ...read more.

Conclusion

In other words, when the light intensity is increases, the photosynthesis is increases. Evaluation I did my experiment very keenly to make accurate. First, I did my experiment because it can have different result with same environment. Hence, I calculated the average of two results and drew the graph of result. Also, I used counter, which was for count the number of bubbles to measure accurately. Therefore, I could get good result from my method. Through this experiment, I could improve my biological observational faculty and importance of photosynthesis in Biology. ...read more.

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