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Name: DaKota J.
Status: student
Age: 13
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Date: 9/6/2004


Question:
My science project is does the amount of water affect the amount of pH and transpiration in the plant?How do I measure the pH and transpiration in the plant?


Replies:
You can measure plant transpiration with a potometer.

http://www.rit.edu/~gtfsbi/genbiol/Lab%202.htm

http://www.labnetwest.asn.au/techtips.php#15

pH of the plant sap could be determined with litmus paper:

http://www.ehs.pvt.k12.ca.us/projects/9798/science6/Stephanie

http://spikesworld.spike-jamie.com/science/liquids/c121-24-acid-alkali-neutral.html

Anthony Brach Ph.D.



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