Created By: Olivia Woods
Date of observation
: February 8, 2013
Date of previous observation
: January 28, 2013
descriptions of what you see:
soil chamber: plants grew, dry soil
compost chamber: banana peel is decomposed, banana stem has mold, lettuce is still green, bad smell
aquatic chamber: clear water, bubbles are formed, condensation, one leaf is browning at tips, Stanley (our snail) is still alive
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aquatic water chamber:
How accurate was (were) your prediction(s) from last week?
water water chamber
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Any other requested quantitative test results:
We were accurate from last week when we said our banana peel would be more decomposed and we do have our snail.
Describe how far off you were and hypothesize why
We weren't off.
What observations were of the greatest interest or concern to you this week
The banana peel was decomposed and moldy.
What adjustments did you make to address your concerns
There wasn't any adjustments to be made.
What do you predict you will observe next week because of these adjustments
Any real world application to what you saw this week?
The decomposition of the banana, and the browning of the plant.
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