Temperature

Agricultural Science

ENVIRONMENTAL PHYSIOLOGY

Environmental physiology refers to the effects of the environment on the growth and performance of farm animals. It is the study of the environment in relation to the response of farm animals. The effects could be high or low in nature. Moderation is the target for optimum growth and performance.   CLIMATE Climate refers to […]

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Biology

SEED GERMINATION CONDITIONS

SEED GERMINATION CONDITIONS, CONDITIONS NECESSARY FOR GERMINATION What are the conditions necessary for seed germination? Seeds can easily be destroyed by unfavourable conditions such as excessive heat, cold or animals. Seeds need certain conditions to germinate and grow. Some of these conditions are external, for example water, oxygen and suitable temperature while others are internal

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Biology

THE ECOSYSTEM

THE ECOSYSTEM What is Ecosystem? The community and the abiotic or non-living environment together make up an ecosystem or ecological system. In this system energy flow is clearly defined from producers to consumers and nutrient cycling takes place in paths that links all the organisms and the non-living environment. Biomass: This is the mass of

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TEMPERATURE

Degree of hotness of an object or a place. It’s measured using 3 types of thermometers namely: Maximum thermometer Minimum thermometer Six’s thermometer   Maximum Thermometer It’s used to measure the highest temperature reached in a day. It uses mercury. How It’s Used/Works Temperature rises causing mercury to expand. Mercury pushes the index up. When

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