ASSIGNMENT ID
115455
SUBJECT AREA Biology
DOCUMENT TYPE Lab Report
CREATED ON 2nd March 2017
COMPLETED ON 10th March 2017
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The effect of Ph on red clover germination

Similar as the attached document, but experimented with red clover, together with new data, tables and analysis.chi test should be made. The rubric and structure is attached the citing and bibliography should be done
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