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Click to edit Master subtitle style Physiological Effect of  Acidic and Basic  Pinal Patel Amber Reeves Spencer Callaghan Jessica Topolewski
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Outline of Presentation Introduction  Methods Results Discussion
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Introduction Importance of pH Within an Aquatic  Ecosystem. Factors Influencing pH. Natural Occurrences Human Influence
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Our Experiment The Goal of the Experiment.
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Daphnia 1 % HCl solution 1% NaOH Solution Distilled Water  pH 4 pH 3 pH 1 pH 7 pH 6 pH 5 pH 13 pH 11 pH 9 Pipettes Slides Litmus Paper Petri Dishes Beakers First Step: Preparation of a Range of pH Levels.
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Method
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Unformatted text preview: Second Step: Observe Locomotion of Daphnia Daphnia Placed in Gridded Petri-Dish. Distance Traveled Observed for 2 Minutes. Third Step: Calculate the Heart Rate of Daphnia. Using a Slide and Compound Microscope. Count the Heart Beat for 30 Seconds. Results Quantitative Data GRAPH Results Qualitative Data Discussion Effects of Acidified Environment on Daphnia. Effects of Alkaline Environment on Daphnia. Future Avenues of Research Long Term Studies Comparison Studies: Fish Versus Daphnia Questions?...
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This note was uploaded on 08/10/2011 for the course BIOL 1108L taught by Professor Stanger-hall during the Spring '09 term at University of Georgia Athens.

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