Date post: 2017-11-08 03:10
Why did you calculate the percent change in mass rather than simply using the change in mass? The differences in mass don’t deal with the proportional aspect of the solutions, making the real results less accurate. The percent was calculated to give the exact difference, along with considering the quantities of solution.
Lab 6D – The materials used in conducting this experiment are as follows: graph paper, pencil, a ruler, a calculator, and colored pencils.
What would happen to the red blood cell? Why? The red blood cell would take in a lot of water and might lyse due to pressure inside. This is a possibility because animal cells have no tolerance under hypotonic situations.
Your paper should begin with an introduction that describes previous findings regarding your topic of interest, explains the goals of your current research, and describes your hypothesis —what you expect to discover as a result of your research. In order to provide a thorough and sufficient overview of past research, your introduction will likely be several pages long. Be sure to cite all sources using proper APA style.
Describe the appearance of the onion cells after the NaCl was added. The plasma membrane shriveled from the cell wall, causing plasmolysis. The cells looked wrinkly or weak. The turgor pressure dropped tremendously.
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In a plant cell, turgor pressure is necessary. This is a pressure available to plants in a hypotonic environment. Turgor pressure gives plants their structure and strength. When a plant cell is in an isotonic solution, the turgor pressure decreases, causing wilting in the plant structure. In hypertonic solutions, plants plasma membrane shrinks away from the cell wall, an action termed plasmolysis.
This template can help students organize a lab report for any experiment. It includes the basic layout of a report: title, introduction, hypothesis, materials and methods, data, and conclusions.
Lab 6D : Simple mathematical errors always occur, so there is always room for simple algebraic mistakes in this section of the lab.