does light intensity affect the growth of plants, biology ISA

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joshjordann
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i have a biology ISA and my hypothesis is "different sunlight intensities affect the growth of plants" but I cant think of any easy method to do this experiment, could someone please help
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As AlphaNick said, I can't believe your teacher didn't go over this.

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How might you measure the growth of the plant, other than measuring it? Hint: think of photosynthesis.
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Yes, light intensity does affect the growth of a plant
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omg same and my isa is tomorrow!
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I'm not sure but you can try measuring the same type of plant in different shades. For example, you can measure a plant in direct sunlight and another plant which is hidden under the shade of a tree or something? Compare them or something but write the other factors such as age, etc. Just a suggestion
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