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Click to edit Master subtitle style Physiological Effect of  Acidic and Basic  Spencer Callaghan Pinal Patel Amber Reeves 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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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.
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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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