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  • 1. BIOEFFICACY STUDY OF MOSQUITO REPELLENT PRODUCED FROM OCIMUM BASILICUM USING AER...

    » ABSTRACT Mosquito borne disease is a major public health problem globally, particularly the tropics being the major spot in the spread of malaria. The development of resistance to chemical insecticides has necessitated the research and development of natural mosquito repellent. The aim of this study is to extract, characterize and test the larvicidal activity of essential oil, produce mosquito rep...Continue Reading »

    51 pages |  197 engagements | 

  • 2. EMPIRICAL TEST ON PEOPLE'S PERCEPTION OF RADIO MESSAGES ON ANTI VIOLENCE AND TER...

    » ABSTRACT Reporting on terrorism presents a number of dilemmas and paradoxes to journalists, whose responsibility is to inform the public objectively, fairly and accurately. Thus, there are many unsettling questions on the ways the radio report terrorism, for which scholars of mass communication have not found absolute and definite answers. Such questions include whether or not the radio are accomp...Continue Reading »

    51 pages |  78 engagements | 

  • 3. AN INVESTIGATION INTO THE CAUSES OF PREMARITAL SEX SECONDARY SCHOOL GIRLS AND IT...

    » ABSTRACT The research work focuses on the causes of Premarital Sex among Secondary School Girls and Its Impact on their Academic Achievements in Yagba East Local Government Area of Kogi State. One Hundred and Fifty Questionnaires were administered to female students in different schools. The data were analyzed and the following findings were discovered: Participation in Sex Education was at a low ...Continue Reading »

    51 pages |  100 engagements | 

  • 4. HYDROPONICS AND AEROPONICS

    » Abstract The objective: My objective was to determine how Hydroponic and Aeroponic growing systems compare to traditional soil based technology in terms of water consumption, root vigor, and growth rates. Methods/Materials Three experiments were developed using the same water, nutrients and seeds, but each had a different way of delivering the nutrients to the plants. The traditional soil system w...Continue Reading »

    85 pages |  102 engagements | 

  • 5. EFFECT OF COLOR ON CHERRY TREES

    » Abstract The objective: I want to determine if there is one color that can be used to paint our cherry trees that will protect them from sunburn without causing harvest delays. Methods/Materials My experimental method utilizes a Random Block Design comprised of 12 cherry trees in our orchard. I used a power sprayer to paint 4 trees white, 4 trees black, 4 trees silver, and 4 trees were left unpain...Continue Reading »

    85 pages |  73 engagements | 

  • 6. DETERMINING THE EFFECTS OF WATER TEMPERATURE

    » Abstract The objective: I wanted to find out if long term exposure to water of different temperatures would affect different types of seed's germination. This year has proven that the world's weather patterns, and water distribution volumes are everchanging. I wanted to see if sweet corn, watermelon, cantaloupe, and green bean seed germination is altered by long term exposure to water of different...Continue Reading »

    85 pages |  89 engagements | 

  • 7. EFFECT OF THE TIMING OF THE APPLICATION OF POTASSIUM ON ANTIRRBINUM

    » Abstract The objective: The objective of my experiment was to see how the timing of the application of potassium affects plant growth. Methods/Materials There were four groups of twelve plants each. Group A received no potassium. Group B received 1.25 ml of potassium at the time of planting. Group C received 1.25 ml of potassium two weeks later. Six weeks later, group D received 1.25 ml of potassi...Continue Reading »

    85 pages |  107 engagements | 

  • 8. ARE FINGERPRINTS HEREDITARY

    » Abstract The objective: The purpose of my science fair project is to determine whether fingerprints are hereditary, which types are hereditary, and which parent to child combination is most hereditary. Methods/Materials Collecting data: look at fingerprints or ink the fingerprints. Label using ten types: left loops(LL), left pocket loops (LPL), right loops (RL), right pocket loops(RPL), central po...Continue Reading »

    85 pages |  73 engagements | 

  • 9. BLOWING OFF CARBON DIOXIDE

    » Methods/Materials Materials:test subjects, liquid measuring cup that reads in mL, several glasses to hold water, several straws of equal lenth and diameter, microwave timer, tap water, pH testing paper hydron lab quality,narrow interval Methods: 1.Measure 240 mL. of tap water and pour into glass repeat 4 times so you end up with 5 glasses of tap water having the water ready before makes things eas...Continue Reading »

    85 pages |  68 engagements | 

  • 10. EFFECTS OF READING AND WORKING ON THE COMPUTER ON VISION

    » Abstract The objective: The objective is to determine if a person blinks less, and therefore vision worsens after reading and working on the computer. Methods/Materials Informed consent was obtained from 15 subjects, men and women ranging in age from 10 to 103. Baseline data was obtained which included average number of times each subject blinked and their baseline near vision. A control test was ...Continue Reading »

    85 pages |  62 engagements | 

  • 11. DO RATS LEARN FASTER WITH PEER PRESSURE

    » Abstract The objective: The question asked was will a rat trained in a dual chamber skinner box learn faster if it is next to a rat that has already been trained? My hypothesis was that a rat trained with a demonstrator rat will learn to press the lever faster than if it learned alone. Methods/Materials To test this hypothesis a dual chamber Skinner box was built providing identical chambers to tw...Continue Reading »

    85 pages |  58 engagements | 

  • 12. ULTRAVIOLET RADIATION

    » Abstract The objective: The objective to this project is to find whether or not an ultra violet light will effect the strength of hair strands. Methods/Materials The materials required for this expiriment are: 1 black light, 10 strands of hair (to be used as control), 10 strands of hair (to be ised for exposure), 1 spring scale, 1 box wrapped in tin foil. Place the black light in the box wrapped i...Continue Reading »

    85 pages |  62 engagements | 

  • 13. WHAT ANGLE OF IMPACT HAS THE MOST EFFECT ON MAKING A BRUISE

    » Abstract The objective: this project was to determine what angle of impact has the most effect on making a bruise. I believe a direct hit has the greatest impact to the skin test models. Methods/Materials I made three skin test samples that are identical in size and shape. The material use to make and construct the skin test sample describes the function of the anatomy of the skin. I created an ap...Continue Reading »

    85 pages |  64 engagements | 

  • 14. THE SPEED OF SPROUTING SEEDS

    » Abstract The objective: The objective of my project was to determine which soaking solution would germinate bean seeds most effectively. As a higher percentage of seeds successfully germinate, crop yields will increase. More efficient farming will lead to conservation of resources, including water, energy, fertilizers, and labor. After researching different seed soaking methods, I hypothesized tha...Continue Reading »

    85 pages |  74 engagements | 

  • 15. IS SPINACH MADE IN THE SHADE

    » Abstract The objective: Does the amount of light affect the germination of spinach seeds? . Methods/Materials Spinach seeds were planted in individual "cells" in a styrofoam getminating tray. To create different light strengths, shade cloths that block out in 50%, 75%, or 90% of the sunlight were used. To get direct sunlight (100%), no shade cloth was also used Results Fourteen seeds germinated in...Continue Reading »

    85 pages |  61 engagements | 

  • 16. DOES THE COLOR OF LIGHT AFFECT PLANT GROWTH

    » Abstract The objective: My objective is to find out how different light colors affect plant growth. Methods/Materials 4 boxes Colored Transparencies: Red, Blue, Green, Yellow, and Clear. 5 flower pots and plastic bowls (for drainage) 15 lima bean seeds Potting soil Tap water 5 rulers Scissors Box cutters Construction paper in Red, Blue, Green, Yellow, and White. Tape Cup Paper towel I built three ...Continue Reading »

    85 pages |  72 engagements | 

  • 17. EFFECT OF SUGAR ON BEAN PLANT GROWTH

    » Abstract The objective: My project was to determine if bean plants grew stronger and healthier by the addition of the right amount of sugar to their watering. I believe that plants that receive 50 grams of sugar per liter of water would help bean plants grow to be stronger, healthier and larger because they would get energy from the sugar. Methods/Materials 36 bean plants were grown in potting soi...Continue Reading »

    85 pages |  75 engagements | 

  • 18. COMPOST OR FERTILIZER

    » Abstract The objective: The objective of my project was to find out if compost or store bought fertilizer helps vegetables grow taller. Methods/Materials I had 12 pots and 4 different groups of 3. For 3 out of 4 I filled to the top with Black Magic Potting Soil and the last group I filled half with the soil and half with compost. In one of the groups I put 3 fertilizer stakes in each of the pots a...Continue Reading »

    85 pages |  61 engagements | 

  • 19. WHAT DO PLANTS NEED MOST

    » Abstract The objective: The purpose of this project is to find out which factor is most important for plant growth: sunlight, water, or good quality soil. We made a hypothesis that water is the most important factor, then sunlight, then soil. Methods/Materials We planted ten seeds in each pot, four in sand and four in good soil. We labeled each pot with a letter from A to H. Each letter has a diff...Continue Reading »

    85 pages |  68 engagements | 

  • 20. FACTORS AFFECTING NODULE FORMATIONS IN LEGUMES

    » Abstract The objective: Rhizobium leguminosarum bacteria share an important relationship with legumes. Rhizobium bacteria fix nitrogen for a legume plant and in return, the bacteria get shelter and nutrients in a nodule. The purpose of the experiment was to find what factors are important in the formation of nodules on legumes. Methods/Materials Legumes were planted in a community garden and in th...Continue Reading »

    85 pages |  57 engagements | 

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