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Karina Santana Lab #2

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Name:Karina Santana Lab section: NET1J Instructor name: Medialdea& Forest Lab 2: Population Growth Part 1: Read all six pages. Then fill in the chart below, noting what variables you use . (1 point ) Initial Population: __1 Growth Rate: __0.5 Time: __10 Time # of bacteria 1 2 2 3 3 4 4 7 5 12 6 20 7 33 8 55 9 90 10 148 Part 2: Click on “Menu #2” Do experiment #2. A. Fill in the table below with your results. Record each organism’s growth for 17 generations. ( 1 point ) Initial Population: ___1 Time Growth rate 0.3 Growth rate 0.4 Growth rate 0.5 Growth rate 0.6 Growth rate 0.7 Growth rate 0.8 1 1 1 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 3 3 4 6 3 2 3 4 6 8 11 4 3 5 7 11 16 25 5 4 7 12 20 33 55 6 6 11 20 37 67 121 7 8 16 33 67 134 270 8 11 25 55 121 270 600 9 15 37 90 221 543 1336 10 20 55 148 403 1094 2971 11 27 81 244 734 2202 6611
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12 37 121 403 1337 4434 14708 13 49 181 664 2435 8927 32723 14 67 270 1095 4436 17972 72804 15 90 403 1805 8081 36182 161976 16 121 601 2975 14722 72844 360369 17 164 897 4904 26821 146655 801759 B. Provide a graph for the data above. To keep your graph reasonable, please graph the time points only up to 300 bacteria. Your graph should have 6 curves on it. You may use graph paper or graph the data using excel. (
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