Make sure not to mix the presses for palatable dough

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Unformatted text preview: produce strings stretched out on wax paper. Make sure not to mix the presses for palatable dough (white, pink) and quinine–containing dough (red). Cut the strings into 25 mm-long pieces. (If the dough is too soft, place it in the freezer for 5-10 min.) You should now have: – 400 white strings (no color, no quinine); – 150 red strings (5% quinine); – 50 pink strings (no quinine). Now make the worms out of the strings. Combine 1 white string with 1 colored string to make the following numbers of worms: palatable (white + white) : 100 worms model (white + red): 150 worms mimic (white + pink): 50 worms To make each worm, place the 2 strings together, press them firmly, and twist them twice so they intertwine. Now sort the worms into 3 plastic boxes: palatable white (100 worms); model (100 worms); model + mimic (50 worms each) Field work: Your TA will now take you to Downer Woods, where you will finish preparing the experiment. Bring clothes that will let you work outdoors comfortably....
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This document was uploaded on 03/25/2014 for the course BIO SCI 310 at Wisconsin Milwaukee.

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