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JacobMarine Science5-8-17Materials: Tin foil, paper clips, paper plate, toothpicks, tape, gumballs.Building Process: I started by wrapping up the foil around the paper plate, using the plate as abase and foundation but not sealing it off completely. Next I used toothpicks and taped themalong the edges of the paper plate and foil to give them their structural support to make thephytoplankton more durable. Next I taped seven gumballs to the bottom of the plate to add moreweight for it to sink. Finally I sealed off the foil around the plate making a cross sealed look andthen added two paper clips to the end of one side.Description: My phytoplankton lives in the Marine environment, it has a star cross shapedstructure but overtime in the adaptation process it is slowly starting to evolve and has a circlebase to help it turn in directions. With the help of its flagella it can swim in the water freely. It

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Term
Spring
Professor
Ms. Newton
Tags
Science, pH, paper plate, air drop, Drop Test Trial, Water Drop Trial, 4 4 Sec

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