Friday, 19 April 2013

Feedback on my plants and fish

We were selected to examine a red fish and a red Hypoestes plant. They are kept in a lab where the plant receives some sunlight for photosynthesis to occur. The fish is trapped inside a jar where the roots of the plant sit. The jar water is replaced twice a week, which is important so that the water doesn't become polluted and can be a factor in the lives of the fish and plant. both the fish and plant seem to be making steady progress and have adapted well to it's current condition

Hopefully the fish and plant stay healthy so furthers examinations can take place in the future.

1 comment:

  1. Hi, have you tried visiting your allocated fish at the Biodiversity department, level 5 of the Life Science Building? If so, can you kindly upload a picture of your observations so that we can share your findings amongst ourselves, thank you.