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Old 02-04-2009, 10:59 PM   #11
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ok heres what i want to do which un eaten fish food brand creates the most algae.... so the plan would be that once a day i would put some food in once a day and see how much algae is growing more in then the other.... but the only problome is that i need to figure out a way on how to measure the amount of algae. any ideas? like does the algae have enough mass to wiegh? or by inches? anything?
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You'd also have to compare and contrast the "makeup" of each flake food used.
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oh yeah that shouldnt be to hard but any ideas to measure the algae growth!!
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Just use pictures. Everyone loves pictures and I'm sure your science project will as well.
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