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Fair test: growing tomatoes

Run experiments in a plant research laboratory. Investigate the effects of different variables on the growth of tomatoes. Research the answers to questions about how to achieve optimum hydroponic growth conditions. Examine the effect of key variables on growth: nitrogen, temperature, light intensity and light duration. ...

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Fair test: growing peas

Run experiments in a plant research laboratory. Investigate the effects of different variables on the growth of peas. Research the answers to questions about how to achieve optimum hydroponic growth conditions. Examine the effect of key variables on growth: nitrogen, temperature, light intensity and light duration. This ...

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Fair test: growing lettuce

Run experiments in a plant research laboratory. Investigate the effects of different variables on the growth of lettuces. Research the answers to questions about how to achieve optimum hydroponic growth conditions. Examine the effect of key variables on growth: nitrogen, temperature, light intensity and light duration. ...

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Create a soil environment [no spoken instructions]

Grow flowers or vegetables in a garden bed. Compare results when adding things such as water, organic matter, digging tools and earthworms.

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Create a soil environment [includes spoken instructions]

Grow flowers or vegetables in a garden bed. Compare results when adding things such as water, organic matter, digging tools and earthworms.

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What on Earth?

Help an alien to understand how flowering plants are adapted to living on Earth. Watch a demonstration about plant functions such as photosynthesis. Then examine plant parts to see how they work. This learning object is the first in a series of two objects titled 'Plant life'.

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Fair test

Run experiments in a plant research laboratory. Investigate the effects of different variables on the growth of lettuces, peas and tomatoes. Research the answers to questions about how to achieve optimum hydroponic growth conditions. Examine the effect of key variables on growth: nitrogen, temperature, light intensity and ...

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Life science: photosynthesis lab

Explore the effect of environmental factors on the rate of photosynthesis in an aquatic plant. Manipulate environmental variables including light intensity, carbon dioxide levels, temperature, and the wavelength of light to find out how each affect the rate of photosynthesis. Record and analyse the results in tabulated ...

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What is a sound spectrum?

Learn how sounds can be represented graphically as a sound spectrum. Discover how the sound spectra of different instruments are different, even though they play the same note. See how a sound wave can be analysed as the sum of a fundamental frequency and numerous harmonics. This resource consists of a web page with text, ...

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Plant seedlings bending towards light source

This photograph shows how shamrock seedlings in a pot bend towards a light source. The plant pot has been placed near a window and the seedling stems have grown towards the light coming through the window.

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Plants that convert the Sun's energy: collection

This is a collection of 20 digital curriculum resources that explore the flow of energy in an ecosystem. The collection comprises 13 images, 4 interactive simulations and 3 video clips that highlight photosynthesis. Topics include the effect of light and carbon dioxide availability on photosynthesis, the role of phytoplankton ...

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Plants that convert the Sun's energy: teacher resource

This teacher resource provides a range of possible activities that cover aspects of the science continuum for the flow of energy in an ecosystem. This teaching resource provides a range of classroom activities that explore the concept of the flow of energy in an ecosystem, specifically investigating the process of photosynthesis. ...

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Chemical reactions and organic compounds: teacher resource

This teacher resource provides a range of possible activities that cover aspects of the science continuum for the flow of energy and flow of matter in an ecosystem. This teaching resource provides a range of classroom activities that explore the concept of the flow of energy and flow of matter in an ecosystem, specifically ...

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Producers are often plants - but not always: learning sequence

In this structured sequence of learning, a concept cartoon is used to prompt students to think about producers and what they know about organisms at the start of the food chain. A range of organisms that use sunlight to produce their own foods are classified into terrestrial or aquatic organisms. Students create representations ...

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Chemical reactions and organic compounds: learning sequence

In this structured sequence of learning, there are five teaching and learning sessions that include example stimulus questions, images, interactive simulations, video footage and experiments. Chemical reactions and some formulas of organic compounds are introduced to students. Activities investigate chemical bonds and the ...

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Crowd near sand sculpture, Perth, 1989

This is a colour photograph taken in 1989 of two people completing a sand sculpture at a beach in Perth, Western Australia, in what appears to be a competition.

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Elapsed Time Test Studies, c1955: Dancing flowers

This clip shows time-lapse footage of flowers such as roses and native irises of various colours and records the process by which the plants form buds, then flower and finally die. The clip is silent.

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What is a Symphony Orchestra?

This set of resources introduces students to the instruments in a symphony orchestra and supports development of skills in aural identification of instrumental timbre. Conductor Richard Gill AO and musicians from the Tasmanian Symphony Orchestra introduce woodwind, brass, string and percussion instruments in a video resource. ...