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Arts & Science of Miniature Terrarium HP
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World Farm 15 Bah Soon Pah Road Enter via Sembawang Rd Behind Khatib MRT Station Tel
About Green Fingers About Your Green Energy Science of Terrarium Art of Terrarium
Plastic Terrarium (Not Recommended) Choosing the Containers
The Ideal Environment For a LIVING THING
The Environment Sunlight Temperature Water : Humidity Drainage Moisture Soil : Aeration Muddy/Loose Dry Moist Soak
Sunlight Bright Light No Direct Sunlight
Terrarium On the Shelves
The Environment Humidity & Oxygen
Water When to Water How much to Water : Prefer Less How to Test the Wetness Too Dry Too Wet
Choosing Plants with Similar NEEDs Very Wet Ferns, Moss, Very Dry Cactus, Indoor : Grass (Flowering), most plants Average Requirement
Sphagmum Moss Terrarium Set-Up
Theme : For Kids
Theme : Grassland
Theme : Farmer
Project 2 : A Miniature Terrarium
Theme : StoneHenge
130 oC for 15 mins
RIP~ing – Scientific Inquiry Grass 3 rd Grade – Hokulani Maki Kobori (B-20) Chad Dela Cruz (B-21)
Unit: Ecology Chapter 11: Ecosystems and Biomes Chapter 12: Interactions Within Ecosystems 11.1:Ecosystems support life 11.2: Matter cycles through ecosystems.
Unit D: Fruit and Vegetable Crop Production Lesson 1: Planning and Preparing a Vegetable Garden Site 1.
PLANTS. How do plants make their own food ? Making food Green plants are the only living things which can make their own food. Green plants are the only.
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Constant or Controlled Variables 8 th Grade Science.
Plants without seeds Chapter 8, section 2. Key concepts What characteristics do the three groups of nonvascular plants share What characteristics do the.
How Did Plants Evolve?. Scientists believe that plants evolved from an ancestor of green algae (a member of Kingdom Protista). These early plants were.
Biomes of the World 5.1. What is a Biome? -The earth has many ecosystems -Scientists group ecosystems into larger areas called Biomes -There are two main.
Worms What do we know about worms? What do we want to find out about worms?
High Tech Seed Cleaning Low Cost Alternatives. Initial Steps in Seed Preparation Adapted seed source (Often local) Locate mature flowering plants of desired.
THE CLOSEST STAR TO THE EARTH THE SUN IS A STAR. THE SUN The Sun is a star. It is the star that is closest to the Earth.
Plants And things that plants get up to... KS3 Plants KS3 Sc1 Science Green plants as organisms 3) Pupils should be taught: that plants need carbon dioxide,
BIOMES. INSTRUCTIONAL OBJECTIVES 1.Describe how plants determine the name of a biome. 2.Explain how temperature and precipitation determine which plants.
Abiotic Factors Chapter 25, Section 1. Environmental Factors Biotic Factors Biotic Factors Features of an environment that are alive or were once alive.
Lesson 1: Living Things and the Environment Populations and Ecosystems packet.
Rainforest quiz Question 1 Which of these is not the name for a rainforest layer? A Canopy B Forest floor C Trees and shrubs D Emergent.
Sexual plant propagation. Propagation of plants from seeds w Composition of seeds w Seed coat- outside covering which protects embryonic plant w endosperm-
1 Unit C: Plant Physiology Lesson 2: Understanding Light, Temperature, Air, and Water Effects on Plant Growth.
Bedding Plant Production Competencies:
General conditions of temp & precipitation for an area over a long period of time. Southwest US – hot, dry all year.
Vocabulary terms to know vocabulary terms to know 1.Biome 2.Climate 3.Latitude 4.Altitude 5.Permafrost 6.Epiphyte 7. Understory 8. Canopy 9. Emergent Layer.
Maintaining the Lawn Applying lime sulfur fertilizer.
Solar Powered Air Conditioning System By: Asian Dragon Enterprise.
Today I will study the components of an ecosystem because I need to understand how living things depend on one another.
BiomesSection 1 Chapter 6: Biomes Section 1: What is a Biome?
All organisms have the same basic needs: Food Water Air Shelter.
Environmental Requirements. Soil n composed of sand, silt, and clay, organic matter, living organisms, and pore spaces.
TEMPERATURE DISSOLVED OXYGEN (DO) OXYGEN (DO) pH NITROGEN PHOSPHATES TURBIDITY BIO- INDICATORS Water Quality Factors.
Plant & Animal Life in the Soil Chapter #4. What kinds of plants and animals live in the soil? 1) Bacteria: most numerous and important u single celled.
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