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Moore, Timothy

Moore, Timothy

Instructor: Mrs. Tammy Moore

Class: VHSG Online Biology

27 June 2009



EXPERIMENT 3.2


Subkingdom Protozoa

Examination of a Protozoa



Abstract

[What you will put here: Summarize the whole report in one, concise paragraph of about 100-200 words. You cannot write the abstract until after you've completed the report. Because it assumes that you will speak to your conclusion or what you learned in brief.]



Introduction

[What you will put here: In this introduction, some background is provided for the reader (sources are noted in the reference section at the end of the report).Typically, the introduction states the problem to be solved or the experiment to be performed and explains its purpose and significance. It also provides whatever background theory, previous research, or formulas the reader needs to understand to perform the experiment (or solve the problem).]


Methods and Observations

Materials



  • Microscope

  • Prepared Slides: amoebae, paramecia, Euglena and Volvox


AMOEBA, Phylum Sarcodina:

I observed the organism at all three magnifications. [include a sketch or photograph of what you saw with the following structures labeled: psuedopod, food vacuole, contracting vacuole, ectoplasm, nucleus, endoplasm (labeled diagrams in the text if you need help)]


PARAMECIUM, Phylum Ciliophora:

I observed the organism at all three magnifications. [include a sketch or photograph of what you saw with the following structures labeled: macronucleus, micronucleus, food vacuole, contractile vacuole, oral groove, gullet, mouth pore, anal pore, cilia (labeled diagrams in the text if you need help)]


EUGLENA, Phylum Mastigophora:

I observed the organism at all three magnifications. [include a sketch or photograph of what you saw with the following structures labeled: eye spot, contractile vacuole, pellicle, chloroplast, flagellum, nucleus (labeled diagrams in the text if you need help)]


VOLVOX, Phylum Mastigophora:

I observed the organism at all three magnifications. [include a sketch or photograph of what you saw .


Conclusion

My observations [You must explain, analyze, and interpret your results, being especially careful to explain any errors or problems.]



References

[Use MLA citation standards. This is commonly used in lab reports, but APA is used in some colleges too. I encourage you to do some of your own research too and add to the introduction section of the lab report from what you learn.


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