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science fair project - Martin Science 6th 1 Procedure 1 Get...

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Martin Science 6 th 10/26/04 1.
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Procedure 1. Get microscope 2. Get newspaper 3. Get E. coli 4. Get eye dropper 4. Get metal swabs 5. Get vitamin C tablets 6. Get 3 dishes 7. Get distilled water 8. Get Hammer 9. Get Plastic bag 10. Get Box 11. Put the newspaper on a table 12. Put microscope on newspaper 13. Put all dishes over newspaper 14. Dip a metal swab in for each of the 3 dish (experimentals and control) 15. Wipe E. coli on each dish 16. Put dishes with E. coli in the box 17. Wait 3 days 18. Repeat steps 1-10 again. 2.
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19. Place newspaper down 20. Crush up vitamin C tablet in plastic bag until it is very fine 21. Add crushed vitamin C to bottle 22. Add distilled water to bottle, fill up ½ of the bottle 23. Shake thoroughly for thirty-seconds 24. Get eye dropper. 25. Measure out 60 milliliters of vitamin C mix with eye dropper 26. Apply to dish 1 27. Measure out 150 milliliters of vitamin C mix with eye dropper 28. Apply to dish 2 29. Measure out 60 milliliters of distilled water with eye dropper 30. Apply to dish 3 31. Wait 2 days 32. Count how many E. coli are left, record data 33. Repeat steps 1-33 3 times, leaving out steps 29 and 30 3.
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Table of Contents 1. Title page 2. Table of contents 3. Problem/ and or question 4. Hypothesis 5. Background 6. Materials 7. Edited Procedure 8. Results 9. Conclusions 10. Bibliography 11. Abstract 2.
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Problem E. coli is a very can be a very dangerous bacteria. It has had a very large out break in 1993 were 477 people were infected because of undercooked hamburger. That is a very big problem and it must be solved. This experiment has been done to try and see if vitamin C, which has been said to help prevent and help subjects get better a little sooner when a disease is caught, can protect from getting the dangerous bacteria E. coli. 5.
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Background This experiment is being preformed to find out if vitamin C has any affect on E. coli but first information about E. coli should be known. E. coli also known as Escherichia coli is a very deadly bacterium that lives in human and animal intestines. The natural E. coli in human and animal intestines does not cause a problem, but when E. coli is digested from foods it can causes serious illnesses.
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This note was uploaded on 02/03/2011 for the course ENGLISH 14231 taught by Professor Bissett during the Spring '11 term at DeVry Plano.

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