Science help.

posted by .

You make a terrarium for your school’s science fair by putting some soil into a glass container and adding small plants. You moisten the soil with water and add a slug. You cover the terrarium with clear plastic that has vent holes. Then, you place the terrarium in a sunlit window.

Explain how the soil, plants, slug, sunlight, and plastic affect the air inside your terrarium.

Respond to this Question

First Name
School Subject
Your Answer

Similar Questions

  1. earth science

    Science fair help..about soil.. and UV rays..?
  2. SCIENCE

    Some student made a terratium out ot the bottom of 2-liter soda bottle.They placeed a layer of gravel on the botton of the bottom of the and the added soil.they sprinkled 1/2 teaspoon of grass seed on top of the soil and added two …
  3. ChemChem

    Hi, please help! Question: Farmers added Calcium hydroxide to soil one morning. They then planned to add Ammonium chloride fertilisers to the soil immediately. However, the instruction label on the packet of fertilisers read: "Do not …
  4. science

    what characteritics should a soil have to suit animals which live in the soil?
  5. science

    explain how heat transfurs from the sun to the sufrace of the soil in the container, then ti the soil that is deeper in the container
  6. SCIENCE

    What is the last stage of the water cycle?
  7. English

    1. Add some soil at the bottom. 2. Add some soil in the ground. 3. Add some on the floor. 4. Add some soil in the hole. (Are the sentences grammatical?
  8. science

    Some plants grow best rich, well drained soil ?
  9. Science

    How does the C horizon form? Rainwater washes clay minerals from the A horizon to the C horizon Plant roots weather pieces of rock plants add organic material to the soil bedrock weathers, and breaks up into soil particles.** What
  10. MS SUE PLZ HELP

    How does the C horizon form? Rainwater washes clay minerals from the A horizon to the C horizon Plant roots weather pieces of rock plants add organic material to the soil bedrock weathers, and breaks up into soil particles.** What

More Similar Questions