A study of the relation between 
 vegetation and insects

In every ecosystem different organisms affect each other to create a natural balance between the type and the population of the members of that ecosystem. Insects and vegetations are part of many eco systems including ponds, gardens, woods and savannas. By understanding the relation between insects and plants we may be able to control the population of specific plants and insects as needed. 

Knowing the relation between  plants and insects may help us to identify plants that attract or repel pest insects such as mosquitoes. Such information may also help us to populate our gardens and parks with plants that repel pest insects, but attract good insects such as butter flies.

 Project description:
Gather information, make observations and perform experiments to identify the relation between certain plants and certain insects that can be found in your area. In your research you may also determine if some plants and some insects are fully depended on each other and if destruction of one may result in the extermination of the other.
 Details of this project:
More details or support for this project is available for the members of ScienceProject.com web site. Material needed for experiments can be found locally or purchased online.