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Williams 1 Myla’Sha Williams Professor Randolph BSC1010C 18 March 2016 Respiration Lab Report Introduction: Respiration is a process that occurs all living things. In order to test the rate in these living things, we must test the amount of oxygen those living things consume. In this lab, we tested the amount of oxygen that germinated bean seeds and crickets took by placing them in test tubes and measure their intake. Materials and Methods: In this lab, we measured respiration rates by observing the oxygen consumption of crickets and germinated beans. Our group was tasked with testing the respiration rates of crickets and seeds at a cold temperature. To set up the experiment, we took a manometer and filled the chamber with ice. Then we prepared the test tubes for the reaction chambers. In the first test tube, we placed 10 crickets and sealed them in with cotton balls, then we placed one inch of baralyme and another cotton ball. After that we prepared the other two test tube, one with 15
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  • Fall '12
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  • Biology, Test Tube, Bead, cricket

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