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The Amateur Scientist
The Amateur Scientist
The Amateur Scientist I was on my way to work, when I started to read this interesting story and I don't deny that I was a little sceptical in the beginning. But the more I read, the more I wanted to know about this man and his unique ways to define Science. I finished reading it in about 15 minutes, it literally sucked me in. This is an attempt to analyze and explain to the audience, what my personal point of view is regarding this great genius, great mind, great scientist Richard Feynman. De
Names: Hui Ling, Luisa, Anyelina Juliet The Effect
Names: Hui Ling, Luisa, Anyelina Juliet The Effect
Names: Hui Ling, Luisa, Anyelina Juliet The Effect of pH Levels on The Speed of Paramecium Abstract: This experiment was a combination of in class observation and M. Saeed Heydarnejad \' s experiment. The purpose of this experiment was to compare the swimming speed of paramecium at acidic level of pH 5 to a control group of pH 6.8. The speed of 30 paramecium was collected under two environments: basic and acidic. The alternative hypothesize was accepted; paramecium swimming speed will be simnifi
Sanjana Ahmed
Sanjana Ahmed
Sanjana Ahmed Mariam Afzal, Marya Lopez, Chaya Sussman Lab Report 1 The Effect of NaCl on the Swimming Speed of Paramecium tetraurelia Hypothesis: An experiment was conducted to see how different pesticides affect organisms, such as Paramecium tetraurelia. Paramecium tetraurelia is a unicellular ciliate from the kingdom Protista. Paramecium move with the assistance of cilia. Cilia are hair like structure surrounding the Paramecium (McMahon, 2016). Paramecium moves in a straight line in water an
Daria Williams
Daria Williams
Daria Williams Lab Partners: Rachel Payne, Teddy Ofosu , and John Vlahos Biology Lab 10100 02 April 2017 Professor Yadesh Ramdihal The Effects of Potassium Chloride on the Motility of Paramecium Tetraurelia Cells Background Information Paramecium tetraurelia is a unicellular organism from the kingdom Protista. These cells can be cultures in laboratories easily because it poses no ethical or health concerns. The cilia on the paramecium allows the cell to move so it can find food, interact, and a
The Effects of KCl on the Swimming Behavior of the
The Effects of KCl on the Swimming Behavior of the
The Effects of KCl on the Swimming Behavior of the Paramecium Tetraurelia By John Vlahos, Teddy Ofossu, Daria Williams, Rachelle Hill Introduction The study of the swimming behavior of Paramecium tetraurelia has procured insightful information about the swimming behaviors of similar unicellular organisms . Furthermore, general knowledge for the interaction of chemical substances in the behavior of unicellular organisms can be obtained by c onducting relevant experiments o n the Paramecium tetra
Review sheet for Lab Exam 1
Review sheet for Lab Exam 1
: Review sheet for Lab Exam 1: Experimental Design (Paramecium) Lab The scientific method: the experimental approach Formulating hypotheses Control treatments versus experimental treatments Hypotheses versus experimental predictions The importance of replications Independent and dependent and standardized variables The importance of data analysis Independent samples Be able to design an experiment given a specific scenario Case studies Be able to analyze a case like you did with the Lyme disease
Sarah Alsilwi
Sarah Alsilwi
Sarah Alsilwi Diana Cardenas, Emely Dominguez The Effect of Potassium Chloride on the Swimming Speed of Paramecium Tetraruelia Introduction: Paramecium tetraurelia is a unicellular organism from the kingdom Protista, that can digest food and reproduce. Paramecia can move in all directions because of the hair-like protrusions on the surface of the cell (CCNY Lab Manual, p. 7). Some initial observations that the class groups presented were that the Paramecium tetraurelia swam at quick velocity an
Alessio Belaj
Alessio Belaj
Alessio Belaj Bio 10100 Samms / Heriberto June 16th, 2017 Lab Partners: Jennifer Rodriguez, Dior Dieng The effect of Magnesium Chloride on the Speed of Paramecium Introduction, Hypothesis Justification: A ciliate is a single-celled animal of a phylum distinguished by the possession of cilia. An example of a ciliate would be a Paramecium tetraurelia -- a free-living, unicellular ciliate from the kingdom Protista. They thrive in warm, fresh environments such as rivers and lakes. Paramecia are per