BIO321 Invasive Plants Species And Climate Change

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I've attached the doc. that has our project summery so you can take an overview

and I only need help with the background. we divided it into three categories (Lonicera maachii, Tussilago farfara, Invasive Species vs. Temperature)

I need you please to revise the project summary and only the background for ( invasive species vs Temperature) including the work cited that you used in MLA.

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Invasive species and climate change have both proven to be obstacles to the health of our regional ecosystems. In the proposed study, we will be observing both above- and below-ground plant growth in order to eventually draw a conclusion on whether increased growth on invasive species due to climate change will negatively affect native species. In the experimentation process, we will be growing a total of twenty plants. Ten Tussilago farfara plants and ten Lonicera maachii will be grown. Five plants of each species will be grown in an environment that maintains an average
temperature of 70 F. The remaining five plants of each species will be grown in
an average temperature of 80 F. The effect on overall plant health, including
appearance, dry mass, and height will be measured in order to draw more
complete conclusions. The association between increased temperature and overall
plant health will give us insight on how climate change may affect the survival
rate of invasive species in the region. 

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Lonicera maachii: 

Tussilago farfara: 

Invasive Species vs. Temperature

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Project summary: Invasive species and climate change have both proven to be obstacles to the health of our regional ecosystems. In the proposed study, we will be observing both above- and below-ground plant growth in order to eventually draw a conclusion on whether increased growth on invasive species due to climate change will negatively affect native species. In the experimentation process, we will be growing a total of twenty plants. Ten Tussilago farfara plants and ten Lonicera maachii will be grown. Five plants of each species will be grown in an environment that maintains an average temperature of 70 F. The remaining five plants of each species will be grown in an average temperature of 80 F. The effect on overall plant health, including appearance, dry mass, and height will be measured in order to draw more complete conclusions. The association between increased temperature and overall plant health will give us insight on how climate change may affect the survival rate of invasive species in the region. Back ground: Lonicera maachii: Tussilago farfara: Invasive Species vs. Temperature: PROPOSAL GRADE SHEET Section Aspect Graded Background Review of Environmental Factor (adequate citations, etc.) Review of Species/Genotype Ecology/Life history/process (adequate citations, etc.) Review and Justification for Examining Differential Response to Environmental Factor Qualitative (other) Points Possible 5 5 5 3 Points Awarded
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Invasive Species and Climate Change
Project Summary
Invasive species and climate change have both proven to be obstacles to the health of
our regional ecosystems. In the proposed study, we will be observing both above- and
below-ground plant growth to eventually conclude whether increased growth on invasive
species due to climate change will negatively affect native species. In the experimentation
process, we will be growing a total of twenty plants. Ten Tussilago farfara plants and ten
Lonicera maachii will be grown. Five plants of each species will be grown in an environment
that maintains an average temperature of 70 F. The remaining five plants of each species will
be grown in an average temperature of 80 F. The effect on overall plant health, including
appearance, dry mass, and height will be ...


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