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    Intensity on the Rate of Photosynthesis in an Aquatic Plant Introduction The input variable I will be investigating is light, as light is just one of the 4 factors required in the green-plant process of photosynthesis. Photosynthesis is the process by which green-plants use sunlight, carbon dioxide, water & chlorophyll to produce their own food source. This process is also affected by the temperature surrounding the plant (the species of plant we experimented with, pond weed, photosynthesised

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    Elodea

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    of Carbon Dioxide emission from Elodea plant after being exposed to different temperatures. Elodea also known as Elodea canadensis is a genus of aquatic plants. They are also called waterweeds and is mainly used in aquarium vegetation. It plays a significant role in aquatic vegetation as it produces a significant amount of carbon dioxide under the perfect conditions. Elodea mainly grows in shallow water and can also be sometimes found in deep water. The plant for this experiment is kept in a water

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    directed attention towards phytoremediaton( Divya Singh et al., 2012).According to UNEPPhytoremediation can be defined as “the efficient use of plants to remove, detoxify or immobilise environmental contaminants in a growth matrix (soil, water or sediments) through the natural biological, chemical or physical activities and processes of the plants”. The ideal plants for phytoremediation should possess the ability to tolerate and accumulate high levels of heavy metals in their harvestable parts, while producing

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    A study of Climate change adaptation practices and their implementations. 1) Introduction- A series of reports issued by the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) in the Nineties conclusively linked increasing climate variability as a consequence of human actions resulting in increasing quantities of Green House Gases in the environment. These reports led to a call for international action and thus the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC) was established in

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    Wetlands

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    definitions of a wetland have been posed by different groups and individuals, some of the definitions include: “An area of land that has hydric soil and hydrophytic vegetation, typically flooded for part of the year, and forming a transition zone between aquatic and terrestrial systems (Brady and Weil, 1999).” A wetland is an ecosystem that depends on constant or recurrent, shallow inundation or saturation at or near the surface of the substrate (soil). The minimum essential characteristics of a wetland

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    Acid Rain

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    Acid rain refers to all types of precipitation--rain, snow, sleet, hail, fog--that is acidic in nature. Acidic means that these forms of water have a pH lower than the 5.6 average of rainwater. Acid rain kills aquatic life, trees, crops and other vegetation, damages buildings and monuments, corrodes copper and lead piping, damages such man-made things as automobiles, reduces soil fertility and can cause toxic metals to leach into underground drinking water sources. Rain is naturally acidic because

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    Dead Sea

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    General Purpose: To inform Specific purpose: The audience will know that the Dead Sea is devoid of all plant and aquatic life, why the sea is so salty and the health benefits. Thesis or central idea: The Dead Sea has a unique environment Main Points: a.     The Dead Sea is one of the saltiest bodies of water anywhere b.     The Dead Sea is devoid of all plant and aquatic life c.     The Dead Sea area has become a major center for health research and treatment Introduction: You know why they

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    Hydrilla Research Paper

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    The name of my species is Hydrilla. The scientific name of this species is Esthwaite Waterweed. The classification is Alismatales because all plants that fall there is either aquatic or tropical. Hydrilla has really impacted our world. The Hydrilla plant may be "good" to goldfish, for the reason that they play with it, yet it can ruin anybody's life. It was brought from another country, but it really impacted people's lives and the ecosystems. Although Hydrilla was originally from warmer parts

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    THE BIOSPHERE

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    general area. An community is a population located in a certain area living among different species. An ecosystem is a larger mass of a population, a community, and abiotic factors. Ecosystems can be aquatic or terrestrial. The earth's aquatic ecosystem makes up about 75% of the earth's surface. This aquatic environment is divided into marine and freshwater environments. The earth's earthly ecosystem is mainly made up of forests and deserts, which make up for 25% of the earth's surface. The role or function

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    Savanna Theory Versus Aquatic Ape Theory of Human Evolution The evolution of man is constantly in question. While we are reasonably sure that modern humans and primates are both related to the same common ancestor, there is constant debate over what initially caused the two species to split into early hominids and apes. According to some, our longest and most popular theory on the division of man and ape is profoundly wrong. However, those same individuals usually offer an equally controversial

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