AQA GCSE SCIENCE!!
does the distribution of invertebrates in a habitat depend on the light intensity? and how would you show this in a science investigation.
Yes it does affect the distribution of invertebrates - in different ways though. For a school science investigation consider the use of choice chambers. Which invertebrates respond to light and are also easily available to work with? Maggots perhaps? Which way would they move - towards or away from light and why?
Doing IGCSE Chemistry exam tomorrow, what do i need to know for paper 1?
1 day left, need to cram some revision ahhhhh