Sand Shrimp Project - Dustin Lee Biology Block C...

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Dustin Lee Biology Block C Observations - The longest shrimp was about 27 millimeters and the shortest shrimp was 25 millimeters - Each shrimp has 3 pairs of legs - They have 2 antennae - I think that they are used for feeling around objects or sensing other organisms - Sketch: Problem: The sand shrimp are placed in the container with a fiddler crab Hypothesis: If the sand shrimp are placed in a box where they can choose to be near the crab or away from the crab, they will choose to stay away from the fiddler crab. Design Questions a. The variable factor in the experiment is a crab. b. My control factors include water, temperature, and the amount of gas in the water. c. The variable factor will be measured with d. The supplies you need to conduct this experiment are a choice container, one fiddler crab, and 3 sand shrimp. e. First you put the three sand shrimp in the middle of the container. Then you put the crab on one of the sides of the container. f.
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This note was uploaded on 09/21/2011 for the course BIOG 1110 taught by Professor Randywayne during the Spring '09 term at Cornell University (Engineering School).

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