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Please, ideas for conclusion for biology courseworking regarding declining vitamin C

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Default Please, ideas for conclusion for biology courseworking regarding declining vitamin C



-I used a kiwi
-dcpip decolourisation test
-my graph showed correlation between mean average volume of fruit juice sample required to decolourise vitamin c and days (stage of ripening)
-this proved my hypothesis

apparently i need to extract more info from introduction of a biological nature, but i'm really struggling

please help =(
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