Homework #1 - Brianna Haynes Kenneth Ruiz BIO Lab 1431...

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Brianna Haynes Kenneth Ruiz BIO Lab 1431 Homework #1: 1. What are the null and alternate hypotheses that you are testing in the plant competition experiment? Null Hypothesis: If we increase the amount of growing organisms within the treatment to observe any intraspecific competition, then there will be no change in the overall development in the of B. rapa; no change in biomass. Alternate Hypothesis: If we increase the amount of growing organisms in the treatment to observe any intraspecific competition, then the overall development of B. rapa will be will be altered negatively, a less healthy and sizeable plant; plant will have less biomass. 2. Read section and answer questions about species being studied by biologist. a. Tufted Titmouse a.i. Null Hypothesis: There will be no difference in the observed vs. the expected when the amount of Tufted Titmice on the ground vs. in trees is recorded. a.ii.
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This note was uploaded on 02/21/2012 for the course BIO 1131 taught by Professor Faculty during the Fall '10 term at Texas State.

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Homework #1 - Brianna Haynes Kenneth Ruiz BIO Lab 1431...

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