Description : How do different types of soil affect germination? How do light and dark affect leaves? Can you tell how old a tree is? Young scientists will explore structures, development, and life cycles of plants and interactions of plants with their environment? Readers will learn the answers to these questions and more with the fun life science experiments in this book. Following the scientific method, readers will be able to use many of the science fair project ideas for their own science fair project.
Description : The book contains: coverage of five major topic areas in the NSW School Certificate test Energy, Force and Motion Atoms, Elements and Compounds Structure and Function of Liv ing Things Earth and Space Ecosystems, Resources and T echnology a chapter on Investigations and Problem Solving in Sc ience to help with practical skills revision questions and chap ter tests to help you remember important information a glossary and summary in each section of the book diagrams and illustrat ions to help your understanding a section to help you prepare f or the School Certificate test a sample School Certificate test paper with answers answers to all questions
Description : If your child is struggling with science, then this book is for you; the short book covers the topic and also contains 5 science experiments to work with, and ten quiz questions. The book covers the following: The Five Questions Every Biologist Must Ask All Living Things Have A Family Families Within The Kingdom Insects Reptiles Fish Amphibians Birds Mammals The Most Special Mammals Of All Living Things Working Together No Matter What Kingdom They Belong To Experiments With Living Things This subject comes from the book “Fourth Grade Science (For Home School or Extra Practice)”; it more thoroughly covers more fifth grade topics to help your child get a better understanding of fifth grade math. If you purchased that book, or plan to purchase that book, do not purchase this, as the problems are the same.
Description : Draws on original experiments as well as scientific research to explore a theory that the entire universe is connected by a vast energy field that can be manipulated for the betterment of the world using positive thought processes.
Description : Science Cultivating Practice is an institutional history of agricultural science in the Netherlands and its overseas territories. The focus of this study is the variety of views about a proper relationship between science and (agricultural) practice. Such views and plans materialised in the overall organisation of research and education. Moreover, the book provides case studies of genetics and plant breeding in the Netherlands, colonial rice breeding, and agricultural statistics. Ideas affected the organisation as much as the other way round. The net result was an institutional development in which the values of academic science were rated higher than the values of practice. This book is a distinctive piece of work as it treats the dynamics of science in a European as well as in a colonial context. These different ecological and social environments lead to other forms of knowledge and experimentation as well as other ways of organising science.