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Can flowers change colors? How thirsty are plants?

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Overview

In this experiment you'll see if you can get a flower to change color. You'll also get to measure how much your flowers drink. Feed white flowers colored water, and watch as the water takes the xylem hydraulic pipeline for an upward ride. You'll also get lots of practice in this experiment using a pipette and mixing colors.

This experiment is part of the following Science Class:

Subject: Plants

Description: Learn how plants germinate from seeds, how they grow, what they need to grow, what they produce, and how their roots, stems, and leaves work.

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Subject: Little Labs: Plants

Description: Learn how plants germinate from seeds, how they grow, what they need to grow, what they produce, and how their roots, stems, and leaves work. 16-page (more)

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Part of Science Kit: Little Labs: Plants
Class: Plants
Category: Plants/Botany
Created by: Biology Teacher
Added: October 12, 2008
| Number of views: 9115
| Number of times started: 427
| Number of ratings: 5
| Average rating: (4.60)

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