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1 Farley Conor Farley BMZ Lab Section BA Lenna Odstroka 30 October 2011 There Can Only Be One Fungi Hypothesis: In basic solution, the sample of Aspergillus niger will extrapolate the sample of Aspergillus flavus, due to a more aggressive growth rate. Results: The average initial growth rates of each fungal culture drawn from six trials and the class data were as follows: A. niger had an average growth rate of 4.71 cm squared per day, A. flavus had an average growth rate of 2.42 centimeters squared per day, and P. camembertii had an average growth rate of 2.31 centimeters squared per day (Table 1). Three separate Petri dishes were used in this experiment as the experimental samples, with a combination of fungi samples from Aspergillus niger and Aspergillus flavus . The three experimental dishes were treated with a basic solution to monitor growth rate of both fungal species, in regards to the hypothesis stated above. In all three dishes, A. flavus actually extrapolated A. niger completely, with no trace of A. niger to be measured. In Dish 1, A. flavus was measured at 46 cm squared after sitting for seven days, and the growth rate of this sample was measured at 1.64 cm squared per day (Table 2). The sample of A. flavus in Dish 2 was measured at 12 cm squared after sitting for
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2 seven days, and the growth rate of this sample was measured at 0.429 cm squared per day (Table 2). Finally, Dish 3 of the experimental plates held a sample of A. flavus measured at 45 cm squared, after sitting for seven days, with a growth rate of 1.61 cm per day
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This note was uploaded on 02/01/2012 for the course BMZ 115 taught by Professor Cheng during the Fall '11 term at Miami University.

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