Conditions of Use
If the conditions in an environment aren't right then it could affect organisms. For example if an environment is too dry and someone puts a plant that requires alot of water in that environment then that plant will most likely wither up and die. Another example is if you put a plant that needs little water and dry conditions in the rainforest then that environment will affect the organism because too much water will drown the Plant. It's like putting a fish out of water; it won't survive it will die because water is it's natural environment.
In our science class mr.g had us identify whether or not the substances in the vials were living or not. Some substances like what we discovered were brine shrimp at a first glance appeared non living because they hadn't hatched yet. They looked like tiny copper balls. They didn't seem to be living. They appeared that way because they weren't moving (at first) and they weren't hatching plus they were too small to see. Under a microscope we discovered that some of them were moving and were hatching. So we Concluded that just because they didn't look like they were living didn't mean that they weren't secretly alive.
For pics. refer to Heidi and Jonna's substance E.
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