LabReport_taxis

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Title >> main biological idea main method used Abstract (100 - 200 words; 1 or 2 sentences per section) summary of purpose To determine if the assortment of Armadillidium vulgare is random or not in response to phototaxis and hydrotaxis. methods/techniques Two petri dishes and were fastened for each taxis experiment. For phototaxis, one dish excluded light and was attached with a dish that let light through. In the hydrotaxis experiment, a circle was cut out of a paper towel to the diameter of the bottom of the petri dish. After it was placed it in the dish, the towel was moistened. numbers recorded >> >> ultimate results Phototaxis: Hydrotaxis errors Intro (at least one citation per statement of not common knowledge) purpose/summary In this paper I report evidence to determine if Armadillidium vulgare assorts randomly in response to phototaxis and hydotaxis. Many organisms have the ability to recognize light, moisture, or both to guide themselves to locations within the environment. def/background taxis a motion or orientation of a cell, organism, or part in response toward or away from an external stimulus. phototaxis the bodily movement of a motile organism in response to light, either positively toward or negatively away from the source of light. hydrotaxis positive or negative response toward water kinesis an undirected movement of an organism involving a change in activity caused by an external stimulus. isopods
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