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Bio 1B Lab Report 1

Bio 1B Lab Report 1 - Cont r ibution Agreement for Group...

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Contribution Agreement for Group Assignments Lab Section: ____________ Lab Assignment: ______________________________________ Staple this sheet to the cover of your group report. Your GSI will keep this agreement. Each student should keep a copy of this agreement for their records. This agreement will help to ensure that all members of each group contribute equally during the semester to group assignments. It is not expected that all students of a group will contribute equally to each assignment, but all students should contribute equally over the course of the semester. Each group member will receive the same score for this assignment, regardless of differences in the percent contributions among group members. Please indicate below the names of the group members and the percent of the total work each person contributed to this assignment. Round the percent contribution to the nearest 5%, and be certain that the total of all contributions equals 100%. The percent contribution should represent the time and involvement dedicated by that person. In each case, the contribution should be determined by group agreement, not one person. If there is a dispute which can not be resolved, consult your GSI. Remember, under the Honor Code you are saying that you did a certain percent of the work and agree that the others did the percentage entered here. If it is discovered that this is not accurate, all members of the group will receive a zero for this assignment. Your signature below indicates that: 1) you agree with the percent contribution indicated for yourself 2) you agree with the percent contributions indicated for other group members 3) you understand that consistently low contributions by you will lower your course grade 4) you have read the final version of your group’s report and approve of it Name % Contribution Signature 1. ___________________ ____________ _______________________________ Your task: _______________________________________________________________ 2. ___________________ ____________ _______________________________ Your task: _______________________________________________________________
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3. ___________________ ____________ _______________________________ Your task: _______________________________________________________________ 4. ___________________ ____________ _______________________________ Your task: _______________________________________________________________ 5. ___________________ ____________ _______________________________ Your task: _______________________________________________________________ 6. ___________________ ____________ _______________________________ Your task: _______________________________________________________________ Jan-Kristine Bayabo Samuel Regalado Katherine Bai Jessica Daud Amie Cai Title Abstract In order understand the advantages and disadvantages of certain ecological niches, we referenced earlier studies of Charles Darwin and his Galapagos finches. In his study, we focused on two different kinds of finches that developed different ecological niches corresponding to their habitat (Tebbich et al., 2009). Both finch species evolved their beaks in a way that was more advantageous to their habitat (Grant, 2008). To gain further knowledge in this idea, we conducted our own experiment. The first set of the experiment—demonstrating intra-specific competition—involved monitoring the feeding and reproduction rates of two species having the characteristics of spoons and forks. Separately, each species were given kidney beans as a food source. Reproduction depended on how much food was consumed. Before beginning the experiment, we hypothesized both the spoons and forks would increase in population until it reached carrying capacity in which the population would then decrease until it can stabilize. We also hypothesized that the growth rate of the forks would be much slower than the spoons. Our
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