User talk:Lila Glansberg/Notebook/Biology 210 at AU
3/21/2015 You did an admirable job considering that you didn't have much data to work with. You need to include the concentration of sodium chloride that you used and the stage of the embryos when you started the experiment. You can make graphs of % survival and hatched. Since you won't have much in the results section, make sure you really do a good job on the intro and discussion - think about why, physiologically, salt can damage organs or cells. LS
3/6/2015 Great job on your purpose and methods. You need to consult with your lab members about whether A or D is Chryseobacterium as I have seen different things on the OWW pages. I can't tell from your previous entry if your samples were taken from the tet or non-tet plates. LS
Vert lab - Excellent, you are a good artist! I'm glad you included organisms from all 5 labs. Something may eat the protists...
Invert lab - Good job, you included everything needed. LS
2/15/2015 Good job on the plants lab. It is good that you were able to identify the Genus of your plants, but Trifolium and Lactuca are dicots. If you really have Lycophyta, it is a vascular seedless plant, so it can't be a monocot or a dicot. Next time add some photos so you can go back and verify what you identified. LS
2/6/2015 Fantastic! LS
1/30/2015 Nice use of ecology terminology! I also liked your drawings. LS