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DETERMINING THE RATE OF GERMINATION

Each of us has a clay plant pot with potting soil, and 12
radish seeds. We will make 12 little holes with a finger,
about 1/4 inch deep, evenly spaced around the pot, and
drop one radish seed into each hole. Cover each hole, then
press them down a bit. We'll find a sunny place to put the
pots. If we don't let the potting soil get dry, we should
have little plant shoots in about one week. If all the seeds
germinated, we should each have 12 radish plants. Count them
and see how many there are. Why do you think it is that all
seeds do not germinate?


 
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