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i am writing this lab in seed germination and this is my hypothesis:

If there is high amount of salt in the soil then it affects the biological process.

i don't know how to explain it i mean the hypothesis is clearly explained... how to expand it ? or write in other words.... plz someone help me plz.

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    How are you predicting that it will effect the "biological process"? Are you talking about how quickly it reaches a particular stage? The ultimate plant growth/height? Ability to germinate new seeds/fruits? Something else?

    Being more specific will determine what measures you will use to support or contradict your hypothesis.

    I hope this helps. Thanks for asking.

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