lab 3 post lab - Donovan Miske DES 2/2/09 Cell Reproduction...

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Donovan Miske DES 2/2/09 Cell Reproduction Sec 1 Jeff 1. Raw Data, Field Notes, and Observations are attached 2. Our hypothesis is that cells are not constantly dividing and even when they do that the majority of their cycle will be in interphase. a. Prediction: 1. Interphase – 60 2. Prophase – 5 3. Metaphase – 10 4. Anaphase – 15 5. Telophase – 10 b. Method: i. Pick a random spot on the slide ii. Divide the view area down the middle using the measurement bar iii. Each one of our lab partners should count cells in specific phases while Anna records up to 50 total. Eric will count the cells on the right and Sara will count the cells on the left. c. Collected Data: i. L Phase R 22 Int 16 10 Pro 3 12 Met 13 3 Ana 11 8 Telo 8 d. Analyze Results: i. Attached e. Conclusion: i. The Chi-Squared Test results indelicate that we can reject our hypothesis. Our sum was 47.03 and our degree of freedom only permitted a value of around 9.488.
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