Zoology science fair

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Analysis of the Correlation Between Barking and Corresponding Emotional States of Dogs [P]


Prevalence of Intestinal Parasites in Shelter and Domestic Cats [E]
Compare the dog smelling sense with that of humans [E]
Does Temperature Affect the Rate of Butterfly Development? [E]
Determine to which type of soil earthworms are attracted. [E]
Do ants produce acid when antagonised? [E]
Research the Colony Collapse Disorder (CCD) of honeybees. [E]
How Camouflage Affects the Predatory Behavior of the Praying Mantis [E]
Does Your Mouse Know the Time on the Clock? [E]
Do Crickets Communicate Information about Their Environment through Chirping? [E]
Does Calcium Strengthen Eggshells? [E][E]
Research Dinosaurs and Extinction Theories [E]
Research how to find a lost dog and build an application or a website that will help in this effort. [E]
Which spider web architecture and design is the strongest? [E][E]
Use a guide to help identify insects in your neighbourhood. [E]
Discover if birds will migrate a short distance when they run out of food. [E]

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Gr. 7^-12. Do video games increase heart stress? Does a chameleon's size affect the speed at which it changes color? Dashefsky offers 20 experiments about human and nonhuman forms of life, several of which can be used at the junior-high level. Helpful chapters on the scientific method, zoology basics, and research tips set the stage nicely for the experiments, which fall into four categories: people-related, biocides, animal lives, and animals and the environment. The second and fourth categories relate well to Earth Day projects. Each experiment contains an overview, a materials list, procedures, at least one illustration, and an inquiry-oriented analysis that leads the student to draw conclusions. Similar in format to VanCleave's popular A Projects series, though presenting fewer experiments, this will be a natural for public and school libraries where demand for project books is ever increasing. List of supply houses; glossary; bibliography. Anne O'Malley

Sours: https://www.amazon.com/Zoology-High-School-Science-Fair-Experiments/dp/0070156875
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Eighth Grade, Zoology Science Projects (23 results)

Coffee Buzz: How Does Caffeine Affect the Physiology of Animals?

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Caffeine is a type of chemical called a stimulant. When you drink a caffeinated beverage, the caffeine enters into your blood stream dilating the capillaries and causing blood to flow more quickly. This gives your body a feeling of speeding up which can cause the jitters and wakefulness. How does caffeine affect the physiology of other animals? You can use over-the-counter caffeine supplements, like Vivarin, to test the effects of caffeine on animals. Try dissolving the caffeine in… Read more
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Testing Ant Repellents

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Has your house ever suffered an ant invasion? This project is an interesting way to investigate what substances are effective as ant repellents. The goal is to find substances that keep ants away, yet are safe for humans and the environment. Read more
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What Seeds Do Birds Prefer to Eat?

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Are you curious about the birds that live in your neighborhood? Would you like to find out more about them: what they look like close up, what they eat, how they sing? In this project you'll build a bird feeding platform with four separate feeding areas. You'll be able to observe birds at close range, find out what birds inhabit your area, and learn about their seed-eating preferences. So get out your woodworking tools and binoculars, and get ready to see some birds. Read more
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Build a Better Moth Trap: Will Different-colored Lights Affect How Many Moths You Catch?

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You are coming into the house after a game of flashlight tag with your friends, but the front porch light is not on for you to see the doorknob! What is going on? Maybe your parents know that turning a light on means moths will gather there, and they do not want you letting moths inside when you open the door. You have probably noticed how moths are attracted to lights at night. They will even fly dangerously close to flames in their journey toward light. In this project, you will learn a… Read more
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Are We There Yet? Test How Migratory Birds Navigate

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How do you figure out how to get places? Do you ask for directions, look at a map, or consult a compass? There are many ways for people to figure out how to travel from one place to another, but how do other animals do it? In this science fair project, you'll use real data, collected by biologists, to figure out how migratory birds manage to navigate more than 2,000 miles from their breeding grounds to their wintering grounds. Read more
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Zoology Science Projects (50 results)

Which Bait Works Best for a Homemade Fly Trap?

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Do you really catch more flies with honey than with vinegar? Do an experiment to find out! Watch the video above to learn how to make a simple homemade fly trap using a plastic bottle. Then, experiment to discover which bait attracts the most flies. You can try a variety of liquids, and you can also use solid bait like rotting food or meat, but you will need to add some water so the flies drown. A drop of soap can help break the surface tension of the water, making it easier for the flies to… Read more
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M&M Survival Challenge

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In the wild there are two types of animals: the hunters and the hunted. A good predator is always on the prowl for fresh prey. What can an animal do to stay off of the menu? To survive, some animals use camouflage so they can better blend in with their surroundings. In this science project, you will be the hungry predator hunting for M&M® prey. But it may not be as easy as it sounds — some of your prey will be camouflaged by their habitat. Will they be able to avoid your grasp? … Read more
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Butterfly Wings: Using Nature to Learn About Flight

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Have you ever seen butterflies fluttering around outside, gliding through the air and landing on flowers? While they are delicate and fragile, butterflies are actually excellent flyers. They are so good, in fact, that scientists at Harvard University studied butterfly wing shapes as an inspiration for building a miniature flying robot. In this science project, you will do your own version of the Harvard scientists' experiment to measure the flight performance of butterfly wings. Read more
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The Cat's Meow: Designing an Enrichment Toy

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Do you love animals and want to help keep them healthy? Well, here's your chance to design and tailor a toy that will bring out your pet's most playful nature. In this science fair project, you'll evaluate the skills and activities of your pet and determine what kinds of toys most excite your pet and make him or her lively and curious. So call your furry or feathered friend, and let the frolicking begin! Read more
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Coffee Buzz: How Does Caffeine Affect the Physiology of Animals?

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Science Fair Project Idea
Caffeine is a type of chemical called a stimulant. When you drink a caffeinated beverage, the caffeine enters into your blood stream dilating the capillaries and causing blood to flow more quickly. This gives your body a feeling of speeding up which can cause the jitters and wakefulness. How does caffeine affect the physiology of other animals? You can use over-the-counter caffeine supplements, like Vivarin, to test the effects of caffeine on animals. Try dissolving the caffeine in… Read more
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Drawing Circles Around Ants

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Do ants sometimes ruin your picnic? There are some chemical ant repellents you can spray to keep them away, but who wants to spray poison all over their food? In this science project you can investigate some less toxic solutions that may be around your home so that your next picnic will not become an ant buffet! Read more
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Testing Ant Repellents

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Science Fair Project Idea
Has your house ever suffered an ant invasion? This project is an interesting way to investigate what substances are effective as ant repellents. The goal is to find substances that keep ants away, yet are safe for humans and the environment. Read more
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Sours: https://www.sciencebuddies.org/science-fair-projects/project-ideas/zoology

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