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Zebrafish Experiment

Question: Will more zebrafish embryo hatch with more salinity or less salinity? In which concentration will the hatched embryo be the most normally developed?

Hypothesis: More embryos will hatch with less salinity and will be more developed than those with the most salinity.

Experiment: 18 embryos in the control group 22 embryos in experimental group

   -13 with 2ml of salt water
   -9 with 1 ml of normal water and 1 ml of salt water 
  • numbers turned out like that because of error in putting embryos in slots.


  - no light
  - room temperature






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