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Research article powepoint - Method Second Step Locomotion...

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Click to edit Master subtitle style Acidic and Basic Environment Effect on Daphnia Pinal Patel Amber Reeves Spencer Callaghan Jessica Topoleswski
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Introduction
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Materials & Method Daphnia same culture 1 % HCl solution 1% NaOH Solution Tap 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 Cups First Step, Preparation of different pH of water.
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Unformatted text preview: Method Second Step, Locomotion of Daphnia Daphnia placed in one of pH water. Time for locomotion for 2 minutes. Third Step, Count the heart beat of Daphnia. Place the slide with drop of water and Daphnia under Compound Microscope. Count the heart rate for 30 seconds. Two Trials for each pH of water. Results Discussion Questions?...
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