Talk:2009 Lab 6

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--Mark Hill 10:30, 23 April 2009 (EST) I have now moved this version to the actual Lab page.

Group 2

Total for [A] Phenotypes: A - 1 B - 9 C - 35 D - 98 E - 35 F - 0

Total for [B] Phenotypes: A - 10 B - 57 C - 92 D - 87 E - 20 F - 18

--Nathan Holloway 12:47, 23 April 2009 (EST)


Total for A Phenotypes: A-0, B-7, C-41, D-81, E-64, F-1

Total for B Phenotypes: A-3, B-32, C-95, D-155, E-28, F-21

--Thomas Fox 12:57, 23 April 2009 (EST)


Total for A01-A10: A = 0 B = 9 C = 34 D = 98 E = 35 F = 0

Total for B01-B10: A = 7 B = 85 C = 103 D = 54 E = 28 F = 0


--Emily Sutherland 12:55, 23 April 2009 (EST)

Total for A01-A05

A = 0

B = 5

C = 24

D = 35

E = 49

F = 0


Total for B01 - B07

A = 3

B = 53

C = 40

D = 32

E = 29

F = 47


--Daniel Lee 12:52, 23 April 2009 (EST)

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GROUP 3: PART 1

  • Group A slides (A01-A10)
    • Phenotype A - 6
    • Phenotype B - 20
    • Phenotype C - 50
    • Phenotype D - 101
    • Phenotype E - 104
    • Phenotype F - 9
  • Group B slides (B01-B10)
    • Phenotype A - 14
    • Phenotype B - 25
    • Phenotype C - 29
    • Phenotype D - 55
    • Phenotype E - 40
    • Phenotype F - 12

GROUP 3: Part 2

  • Genotype A
    • The cells with Genotype A have differentiated to have multiple processes. It is highly branched and the number of processes range from 3 to 6.
  • Genotype B
    • The cells with Genotype B have differentiated into having 2 stringed, very thin processes. The two processes are extending opposite to each other. --Danielle Martinez 12:52, 23 April 2009 (EST)