It is proposed that plants grown and acclimated to low light conditions will have lower nitrogen concentrations and lower photosynthetic rates in their leaves, than plants grown and acclimated to high light conditions. Develop a hypothesis and outline an experiment to test your hypothesis.
(Use the following terms in your answer; Independent variable, dependent variable, control, replicates statistical test).
a plant cannot do photosynthesis without enough amount of energy even if there is plenty of water and carbon dioxide present. leaves carryout quick and high photosynthesis if there is plenty amount of light.
nitrogen concentration also lowered due to absence of enough light. the dependent variable in plants are oxygen bubbles given off , that is rate of photosynthesis. independent variable is the light intensity required for the photosynthesis. photosynthesis controlled by the collisions between enzymes and substrates. as temperature increases, collisions increase therefore photosynthesis increases. artificial photosynthesis is an process where we mimic the sunlight, water and CO2 into carbohydrates and oxygen.
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