Subject: why is yellow food colouring sucked up by flowers more quickly?
Date: Sun Jul 16 22:04:42 2000
Posted by sarah dewbery
Grade level: 4-6
School: totara drive school
City: masterton State/Province: No state entered.
Country: new zealand
Area of science: Botany
Margarite flowers with 20 cm stems were put in 3 separate containers of
100 ml water and 5ml blue(132, 142), red(123) and yellow(102) food
colouring added. The flowers in the yellow container changed colour much
more quickly than the others. Why?
Re: why is yellow food colouring sucked up by flowers more quickly?
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