Lab VI Informal Report

Lab VI Informal Report - L ab VI: Cellular Respiration and...

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Lab VI: Cellular Respiration and Photosynthesis Informal Lab Report Biology 115 Lab Section 03 Sara Martinson Part One 1.
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2. Our results support the hypothesis regarding room temperature in that the germinating peas in a warm bath consumed oxygen at a much faster rate than germinating peas in a cold bath and an even faster rate than the dry peas and beads in either water bath. 3. According to the results, we can assume that the peas are alive but are in a dormant state. These dry peas remain dormant until ideal conditions are met and then germination occurs. Germination increases the rate of cellular respiration. Part Two 1. Tube 20 Minutes 40 Minutes 0 – pH, Distilled Water, Plain 1 – Room, Dark .394 .388 2 – Cold, Dark .471 .427 3 – Room, Light .416 .410 4 – Cold, Light .409 .405 2. The higher the number the darker the solution and the darker the solution means the less photosynthesis that took place. The results show that light intensity and temperature do in fact play a role in the process of photosynthesis. The effects on the amount of light can
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This note was uploaded on 09/24/2011 for the course BIO 115,116 taught by Professor Staff during the Fall '10 term at Northwestern IA.

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Lab VI Informal Report - L ab VI: Cellular Respiration and...

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