Category: Plants and Fruits

What Are The Starch-Containing Foods?

Starch is the building blocks of sugar. Studies show that starch is white, odorless, tasteless carbohydrate powder soluble in cold water. In this project, we will know more about starch. Starch plays a vital role in the biochemistry of both plants and animals. It is made …

Do Plants Grow Better With Music?

Music has been proven to help people in boosting their mental capacities. Some people claimed to have performed better and became more more productive when they listen to a classical kind of music. Some become more active when listening to a rock music. In this experiment, …

Are Detergents Harmful To Plants?

An 8th grade science fair project is not expected to be an original experiment as long as the procedures are well-demonstrated and fully support the topic idea. Sometimes, smaller and a more specified science fair projects wins over the complicated ones because they are easier to …

Can You Make A Tornado?

Did you know that the word “tornado” comes from the Latin word tonare, meaning “to thunder”Yes, the Spanish developed the word into tornear which means to turn or twist. Basically, a tornado looks like a black large funnel formed from a rotating or twisting air. It …

With or Without Sunlight?

This project focuses on two subjects: a plant growing with sunlight vs. a plant growing without sunlight. These subjects are being studied to compare its growth in a particular span of time. After the experiment, we will be able to come up with a comparative analysis …

How Much Water Is In Orange?

Have you ever eaten an orange? Have you thought of asking yourself why this fruit is so juicy? Fruits like oranges are mostly made up of water which caused the fruit to be juicy. In this experiment you’ll be able to determine what percentage of an …