Investigating plants cells - plasmolysis

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Investigating plants cells - plasmolysis

Post by morkspoke » Mon Mar 06, 2006 12:00 am

I don't know if this thread should be here or in the botany section, but here it goes.

Could it be possible to do experiments about plasmolysis of cells of plants that grow in the sea, in lakes, in river and land and compare them? It just popped into my mind because I have a big essay (known as extended essay in IB) to do in a few weeks and i don't know what investigations to do.

If any one have any other nice ideas, things that would be interesting to do, to investigate and that would be easy too and realistic, I would be really happy for the help and worship you forever! :P

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Post by mith » Mon Mar 06, 2006 1:46 am

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