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Environments, Organisms, Ten Teams and Many Results.
Ten teams. The same organisms. Different environments. Different results. We had three different liquids. Liquid 1 was salt water. Liquid 2 was sugar water. Liquid 3 was just water. We also had 5 materials. A was red sand. B was Yeast. C was Polyacrylate (Also known as Orbies.) D was Raddish and E was Brine Shrimp. (Also known as Sea Monkeys!) Nothing grew in the salt water. The Raddish and Shrimp grew in the sugar water and water. The Sea Monkeys should of grown in the salt water seeing as how that is their naturaul environment. We saw no evidence of life in the Yeast, Red Sand or Polyacrylate. Different environments affect organisms vastly. They can only adapt if they need to. Some of the living organisms like Yeast may have appeared to be non-living because we were not able to tell if it was moving or breathing. It just looked liked bubbles. There should of been a lot of activity in the Yeast in the sugar water because it eats water. Many things require certain environments. Some things are almost in a state of hibernation. Once they are in the right environments with the right materials. They come to life. :)
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