BS110_Lab_2_Spatial_Variation

BS110_Lab_2_Spatial_Variation - Donovan Miske DES 1/26/09...

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Donovan Miske DES 1/26/09 Lab 2: Investigating Variation Across Spatial Species 01 Jeffery 1. Raw Data, field notes and observations Class Results For Species Size in (micrometers vs. Species) Diatomes Rhizopus Volvox Chlamydomonas Euglena Bursara Truncatella 125 10 1000 7.5 128 105 15 186 85 7 30 90 250 (1500) 7 3.5 (1575) (2750) 90 20 5 9 13 60 42.5 350 7.5 32 85 320 1300 25 155 625 10 85 200 (values in parenthesis) will be considered outliers won’t be included for calculations Group Results For Species Size in (micrometers) vs. Species in order of observance Table 1 + 2: Species Size Notes Elodea 2250 Planara Undef Dissecting Microscope, Moves around like a worm but suspended, looks like Gooey Duck
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Bursara Truncatella 100-200 Pondwater (plant) Undef Dissecting Microscope, found only a couple little specks of green plant matter Chlamydomonas 2.5 Rhizopus 200 Only measured tan core no the blades that come out Bacteria 40 Diatomes 37.5-100 Large range of sizes Volvox
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This note was uploaded on 03/22/2009 for the course BS 100L taught by Professor Pierce during the Spring '09 term at Michigan State University.

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