Lab 5 - Vertebrate Phylogeny

Lab 5 - Vertebrate Phylogeny - Vertebrate Phylogeny By...

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Vertebrate Phylogeny By Jamal Farah 6407480 BIO1130 Section B7 Demonstrators: Gleb Mironov and Shinjini Pal November 29 th , 2011 Department of Biology University of Ottawa
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Hypothesis: The plant, Alnus incana grows in transition zones drier than the bog such as the forest and sandy dune ecotone. This has been supported by the observations of 5 different groups at 5 different location refer to table 1.Although there was a sampling error at station number one by group number 5, the over all result shown in the graph supports that station 4 and 5 the best environment for Alnus incana . Therefore the well drained soil allows the growth of small trees 2-4 m tall. The acidic environment increases the growth rate of the Alnus incana . Prediction: 2. A) Prediction if there is partial water drainage of the Mer Bleue marsh : If there was a change in water level at Mer Bleue, this will not have a huge impact on the Alnus incana . This plant prefers to live in a drier environment, (particularly in the forest
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