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Living_Chemistry 02-04-2006 08:33 PM

Need a project ASAP!!!
 
Hello. :embarassed:

I am in terrible distress. Science fair is on March 1st, and I still don't have a project! Please help me. :cry:
I am interested in microbiology. I need an experiment with variables, and it can't be under high school level. If I don't get to regionals, my grade goes down to a C. Our school has very high standards, and I am a wreck.
PLEASE HELP!!!


:unlove: Yours truly,

Science_Girl 02-05-2006 04:54 AM

Did you try looking in Biology(grades9-12) It has some ideas for microbiology.

Ps.I'm sure you can do it...:star:

dreamerofeternity 02-05-2006 02:54 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Living_Chemistry
Hello. :embarassed:

I am in terrible distress. Science fair is on March 1st, and I still don't have a project! Please help me. :cry:
I am interested in microbiology. I need an experiment with variables, and it can't be under high school level. If I don't get to regionals, my grade goes down to a C. Our school has very high standards, and I am a wreck.
PLEASE HELP!!!


:unlove: Yours truly,

Here, see if you like this...

From one culture of paramecia (order from school), make a few cultures (to make paramecium food, you need to boil rice). One culture should be a different pH, around 5-7. The cultures should be exactly the same except for the pH. Try mixing some HCl and NaOH and find the pHs. So once a day, spend around 20 minutes looking at them under a microscope. Count the number of paramecia in one drop of culture water. Use Lugol's iodine solution to kill and stain them so they're countable. Your question is what pH would be the best for paramecium growth.

Living_Chemistry 02-05-2006 11:40 PM

Thank You!
 
I am so terribly greatful, and I now have a project.

I love you all!

:love: Yours truly,

dreamerofeternity 02-06-2006 01:27 PM

What project did you decide on? And remember to update us! Bonne chance!:D

Living_Chemistry 02-14-2006 11:27 PM

Loverly.
 
:rolleyes: Okay. I've decided to test the effects of different household cleaning agents on the E.Coli and Salmonella bacteria.
It's going great too! I've already made the bacteria and plan to put them on the Agar plates tomorrow!

:unlove: Like it or love it? :love:

:boy_hug: HAPPY VALENTINES DAY!!! :girl_hug:

:D Yours truly,

dreamerofeternity 02-19-2006 05:38 PM

Glad you have your project worked out. Update us on how it goes!


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