16. In planning an experiment to investigate the effect of day/night length on flowering, it is best to use plants whose flowering pattern you know. Why? (3 points)
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In planning an experiment to investigate the effect of day/night length on flowering, it is best to use plants whose flowering pattern you know. Why?
Okay I'm gonna try my best to explain this:
When using a plant that you know it's flowering pattern, you know the normal pattern and if the experiment changed anything.
When if you did not use a plant knowing it's flowering pattern you would be lost.
You wouldn't know if you experiment would have effect your plant.
okay, I see. See I read the books and what not but like it dont stay in my mind lol. I hate home schooling some times.
Well it isn't that hard to understand this, you just got to put the clues together :P