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The change of environments.
My class has been doing a class experiment on how the change of environment affects organisms. This is what we have learned: Liquid 1 was salt water, Vial A had red sand, Vial B had yeast, vial C had polyacrylate also know as "orbies," vial D had radish and vial E had brine shrimp.! So for the liquid one had no changes to their vials. Which would mean none of their organisms were alive. Liquid 2 was sugar water. They had the same observations as liquid 1 except for the radish and brine shrimp. The radish grew sprouts and the brine shrimp moved and hatched!! Then in liquid 3 had the same observations. But only some brine shrimp hatched. And the radish had some great looking sprouts!! What we observed, is that the brine shrimp didn't hatch in it's prefered environment which is salt water.
I think that living organisms appeared non-living because the living organisms need the right environment. If it doesn't then it won't have the things it needs to remain alive!
Article posted October 20, 2011 at 12:26 PM •
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