Prepare for squid lab by researching Loligo vulgaris (common squid) to find out about its classification, body plan/structure, respiration, excretion, circulation, reproduction, digestion/feeding, mobility/appendages, nervous system, and ecological importance.
Squid external anatomy diagram labels can be found here:
Complete all parts of the clam lab, and staple together parts 1 (external anatomy) and 2 (internal anatomy). Include the balanced chemical equation for the acid test that you performed (hydrochloric acid drop on the scraped clam shell to test for the presence of calcium carbonate). Due next class.
Continue working on the mollusk review package, and research the squid anatomy in preparation for the next dissection.
Velocity V. Time graph: Sketch the velocity versus time graph representing a single jump on a trampoline, starting at the moment the person’s feet leave the trampoline and ending at the moment their feet touch the trampoline again. You do not need to number the axes, but do be sure that you label them properly and that you give the graph a suitable title. Be sure to use a ruler to draw the axes.
Be sure you have finished the graph of Activity 8-1C and the two questions.
Complete the Activity 8-1D in the textbook, and answer the included questions.