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Lesson 16: 16.1 Daphnia
QUESTION: What type of organism is a Daphnia?
HYPOTHESIS: I believe a Daphnia is a …. because …
PROCEDURE: Page 190
DATA: Your data will consist of a microscope diagram: –Magnification = 40X –Title = Daphnia
DATA ANALYSIS: 1. What organism does the Daphnia resemble? 2. To what Kingdom do you think Daphnia belong? 3. To what Phylum do you think Daphnia belong?
4. What makes Daphnia different from other Arthropods that we’ve studied? 5. To what class do you think Daphnia belong?
VOCABULARY: Daphnia Arthropod Exoskeleton Appendages Crustacean Gills
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