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In respect to this, how do you calculate corrected difference?
Record the water level in the six pipettes every 5 minutes for 20 minutes. * difference = (initial reading at time 0) – (reading at time X) ^ corrected difference = (initial pea seed reading at time 0 – pea seed reading at time X) – (initial bead reading at time X).
Subsequently, question is, how can you measure the rate of respiration? Respirometer. A respirometer is a device used to measure the rate of respiration of a living organism by measuring its rate of exchange of oxygen and/or carbon dioxide. They allow investigation into how factors such as age, or chemicals affect the rate of respiration.
Just so, what does corrected difference mean?
When the corrected difference is negative, that means that the pressure increased in the vial, as discussed above. The dried peas actually had a negative corrected difference, which indicates either an increase in pressure or increase in temperature.
Why is it necessary to correct the readings of the Respirometers?
It was necessary to correct the readings from the peas with the readings from the beads because there is a possibility that the water temperature and pressure was changed, but not due to the reactions of the peas.
What is the purpose of KOH in this experiment?
Why do germinated seeds respire more?
How do Respirometers work?
Why do germinating peas consume more oxygen?
Why do germinated peas undergo cell respiration?
Why is it necessary to correct the pea readings with the bead readings?
Why did the vial have to be completely sealed?
What was used as a measure of the rate of respiration in the lab?
How does temperature affect cellular respiration?
What was the purpose of the beads?
What affects cellular respiration?
Why will we be using vials with glass beads only?
What is the difference between germinating and Nongerminating seeds?
What is the role of KOH in the cellular respiration experiment quizlet?
Are non germinating peas alive?
What is the equation for cellular respiration?
What is the purpose of the beads in Lab 5?