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Part 1 of the lab was to observe the characteristics of the volvocine chlamydomonas, gonium, and volvox.
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Gonium - contained 2 cells and were about 12.5um contained flagellum for movement
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Volvox - contained 6 cells and was 300um
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Chlamydomonas - contained about 500 cells and contained flagellum for movement and a chloroplast
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==Version 1.0==
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Part 2 of the lab was to observe a certain transect located on American University and note the characteristics.
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Transect 5 Characteristics
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These pages are all used to create new instances of the OWW Lab Notebook.  
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Location - In front of Hurst in Eric Friedheim Quadrangle.
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Topography - The land is generally flat with grass and concrete. There is a mound where the soil is piled up under the bush.
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To find out more about this, please read the [[Lab Notebook|OWW Lab Notebook]] page for more information.  
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Biotic factors - grass, bushes, bugs, weeds
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Abiotic factors - concrete, stones, bench, rocks, sign, soil, litter, leaves
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Please contact either [[User:Bill_Flanagan|Bill Flanagan]] or [[User:Ricardo_Vidal|Ricardo Vidal]] for more information.
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Part 1 of the lab was to observe the characteristics of the volvocine chlamydomonas, gonium, and volvox. Gonium - contained 2 cells and were about 12.5um contained flagellum for movement Volvox - contained 6 cells and was 300um Chlamydomonas - contained about 500 cells and contained flagellum for movement and a chloroplast

Part 2 of the lab was to observe a certain transect located on American University and note the characteristics. Transect 5 Characteristics Location - In front of Hurst in Eric Friedheim Quadrangle. Topography - The land is generally flat with grass and concrete. There is a mound where the soil is piled up under the bush. Biotic factors - grass, bushes, bugs, weeds Abiotic factors - concrete, stones, bench, rocks, sign, soil, litter, leaves


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