Cells and Homeostasis: Graphing

Yesterday students analyzed the results of all of the Eggsperiment data from my five class periods.  They calculated the average change in egg mass for two or more experimental conditions and then graphed the results.  Each student is responsible for making their own graph, and the graph must include the condition of their egg, along with one or more relevant control conditions, or conditions that can used as a basis of comparison when writing the discussion section of their lab report.  The graph must include a title, labeled x-axis and y-axis with appropriately labeled increments, and a key explaining the groups on the graph.  Most students made a bar graph.

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