We are doing a gummy bear lab. Gummy bears come in different sizes, shapes, and colors. Gummy bears are squishy, chewy, and sticky, they are made of sugar which are glucose and glucose are carbohydrate. We predict that during this stage of lab the solute and solvent will go through the stages of hypertonic, hypotonic and isotonic. We get 4 gummy bears and 4 cups filled half way with different types of liquid, such as Salt-Water, Coffee-Creamer, Vinegar, and Soda.
Unknown Lab Report Mikee Lianne Gonzales Biol 351- 1005 Holly Martin Unknown: # 76 Abstract This report is about identifying the respective genus of the given unknown organism. The goal is to show and prove the student’s understanding of microbiology and laboratory learned experimental techniques.
In our gummy bear lab experiment, we experienced osmosis, the water version of diffusion. My lab partner, Maggie, and I were given two yellow gummy bears. The first one measured at 10 mm in both thickness and width, and 21 mm in height. The approximate volume was 2,100 mm^3, and the mass was 2.567 grams. The second one was 11 mm in thickness, 9 mm in width, and 20 mm in height.
Elijah Brycth B. Jarlos IX-Argon 1. Multicellularity is a condition of an organism to have multicellular cells. An example of a organism who has multicellular cells are plants, animals, and humans. The main reason of why scientists have a hard time finding a good set of existing organisms to compare. Is neither the first set of organisms which is being compared is dying as fast as the second specimen is being examined or they just can’t find the right species.
In this three-week long experiment conducted in the Bio 13 Lab, we were able to analyze a single nucleotide polymorphism (SNP) in our own genomic DNA and then determine our genotype at this specific SNP. In week one, we extracted genomic DNA from our cheek cells with swabs and prepared our DNA for PCR (Polymerase Chain Reaction) that would amplify the region with the intended SNP of interest. After one week and after the PCR was run outside of the lab section, the resulting PCR product was purified and treated with restriction enzyme Ahdl in order to prepare for the final analysis of our genotypes. In the third and final week of the project, we analyzed our PCR products by means of agarose gel electrophoresis. By the conclusion of the experiment, we had completed the analysis at the SNP of interest and determined our genotypes for this SNP.
Forces and Newton II Elias Ghantous PHYS 151 – Section NQ Thursday 10:10am Hasbrouck Lab Room 214 October 13, 2017 Abstract In this experiment, I studied how forces cause an object to accelerate. I also studied the relationship between force vectors, mass and acceleration. Gathering of data took place through the use of a force table and a PAScar track system.
I don't accept my current grade, because it is wrong, and my grade should be higher than D in anyhow according to Dr.Scandale's grading policy. The following explanation is made on my behalf. Lab 1.1 grade = 0 "what should be the correct grade?", and if different, explain why
ST Report In the experiment, the problem was the contaminants that were affecting the quality of the water samples. To fix this issue, three scientists had to determine the contaminants that were present in the samples. One sample was from the school sink and the second sample was from an unknown source. The scientists conducted many tests to figure out what pollutants were present in the water.
Group 1: All the elements that were tested from group 1 had a pH level of 12. This meant that all the tested elements produce an alkaline solution. Group one elements readily lose their valence electron as they wish to form a full valence shell this gives them all a low electron affinity. The group one elements have different electronegativity going down the group. Electronegativity of the elements decreases with the increasing the atomic radii.
In both articles "Posture Affects Standing,and Not Just the Physical Kind" by Jane E Brody and "Your iPhone is Ruining Your Posture-and Your Mood"by Amy Cuddy. In these two articles, both author talk about how we are ruining our posture in life and how dangerously it affects us. Both authors make good points they show many details and example for their argument. In my opinion from these two articles i believe that Amy Cuddy gave more information and details. In the article of "Posture Affects Standing, And Not just the Physical Kind" by Jane E Brody, she speaks about how posture is ruining us emotionally and physically.
During this project, labeled Body Farm, we watched how the decomposition progress affected pigs. We used pigs because there body is very similar to us humans. This project expanded over a period of 15 days, but we only observed 11 days. Before we started this experiment there was 10 different questions/theories that we had to think about and answer. So every day we would go outside and observe the pigs and record what happened over the course of one day.
The selected paper is purposed by Roger A. Browse and Scott A. Little titled “The Effectiveness of Real-Time Graphic Simulation in Telerobotics”. The objective of the experiment is to test the effectiveness and performance of the real time graphic simulation in teleoperational robotic systems (telerobots) by having perspective control of simulation. Effectiveness of the telerobotics also has been compared by using different display methods. The method used in this experiment was displayed an animation sequence of the robot moving the gripper toward a block placed in the scene. Collision between the gripper and the block were predicted.
One of the strongest points in Avatar specially in the fight scenes as all the creatures and characters are active in those scenes, are the cg figures. Developers in Weta Digital created a new skeletal and muscle simulation system to achieve one of the most realistic anatomy simulation as Dan Lemmon VFX supervisor says in of his interviews with 3D World magazine "There are tissue layers, tendon sheets and all the critical parts of how a muscle system works. It gives a much more realistic starting point for creating believable creature deformations such as all the sliding under the skin and the dynamics of flesh as it
Although Bakhtin does not gender the grotesque body, he subconsciously establishes a mutual liaison between the grotesque and the female body. These laughable hags are associated with grotesque imageries of the female body such as “copulation, pregnancy, childbirth, the throes of death, eating, drinking, or defecation” which make it perceived as “the ever unfinished, ever creating body” (26). To explain more, the female body has a close affinity to the process of reproduction; it is ready for fertilisation, gets pregnant, conceives children, experiences the proximities of life to death in giving birth/death throes and gives birth to children and becomes a consuming body. Mary Russo consolidates this connection between the pregnant hang and
In this lab when looking at cells, we observed the salinity and osmolarity of the cell when placed in the environment. With the different concentrations of NaCl, we are able to see how different environment can constrain an organism and see the wide range of responses to regulate in cell’s osmolarity. The cells we studied was sheep red blood cells (erythrocyte), because they are the most studied membrane system and therefore used as ideal membrane to study the relationship between water and the passing of the different concentration of NaCl across the membrane. The purpose of the experiment was to observe the cell and infer which direction of the flow of the water due to the cell volume change.