Subject: How does the number of beetroot cells damaged depend on pH?
Date: Tue Mar 1 11:26:09 2005
Posted by Alex
Grade level: 10-12
City: Edinburgh State/Province: Midlothian
Area of science: Cell Biology
I' ve done the experiment with the beetroot : I cut up the beetroot, and put the
pieces in different pH solutions (such as pH1, 2, 3, 7, 11, 12, and 13). I saw
the colour intensity changed. In acidic solution it was darker (more cells
damaged) than in alkaline. Is that correct (cause my friends got a bit different
Re: How does the number of beetroot cells damaged depend on pH?
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