The Effect Of Germination On The Cellular Respiration Of Peas
?The Effect of Germination on the Cellular Respiration of Peas?
Abstract Does temperature affect the rate of cellular respiration for peas In this experiment collect 25 three-day-old germinated peas, 25 five-day-old germinated peas, and 25 non- germinated peas and test the rate of cellular respiration. Place the three-day-old germinated peas that were at room temperature into a respiration chamber and twist the CO2 gas sensor stopper into the opening. Then measure the concentration of carbon dioxide in the chamber and collect this data for five minutes using the computer. Hold down the mouse button on the point where the data began to increase and then drag it to the end of the data. By clicking the Regression button a floating box will appear with the formula for the best-fit line. Repeat these steps for the five-day-old germinated peas as well as the non-germinated peas. Also, cool the three day old and the five-day-old germinated peas by placing them in ice water. Once cooled and dried repeat the previous steps explained. The three-day-old germinated peas at room temperature had a respiration rate of 201 ppm/min and the five-day-old germinated peas at room temperature had
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