Amoeba Lab 3 - The contractile vacuole of an Amoeba...

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The contractile vacuole of an Amoeba proteus –volume throughout the systole and diastole cycles By Lauren McKenzie 7275922 BIO1140 Section B1 Demonstrators: Rebecca Rochman and Hong Meng Yew February 24 th , 2014 Department of Biology University of Ottawa
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Figure 1: The volume of a contractile vacuole of an Amoeba proteus as observed throughout its cycle. n=30. Each pair of students quantitatively observed the diameter of the CV for the 480 seconds, (the
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Unformatted text preview: diameter was then converted to volume) for two cycles. The graph shows the combined findings of the class. The y-axis represents the volume of the contractile vacuole. The x-axis represents shows the times at which the volume was measured, every 30 seconds....
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  • Winter '07
  • FENWICK
  • Vacuole, Cycle, Cartesian product, contractile vacuole, Hong Meng Yew

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