coli, mak you believe will grow faster (37° C or 30° C temperature) and why. Results• Time Absorbance 30 °C Absorbance 37 °C Generation time Generation time t=0 min at 30 °C at 37 °C 0.05 0.05 t= 20 min 0.06 0.07 t= 40 min %3D 0.1 0.16 0.28 0.21 0.44 t = 60 min t= 80 min %3D 0.95 Complete the graph. Make sure this figure has a description and all other labels are included. Once you have completed graphing the points, draw a best-fit line for each of your data sets by eye Questions: 1. Which data point can be the first to be considered in log phase for each line? (It will be the first point that seems to be described by your best-fit line.) For the 30° C culture the -minute point is the first one likely to be in log phase. For the 37° C culture the -minute point is the first one likely to be in log phase. Incubation Temperatures - Growth Bio 40- Fall 2019 Page 6

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coli, mak
you believe will grow faster (37° C or 30° C temperature)
and why.
Results•
Time
Absorbance 30 °C
Absorbance 37 °C
Generation time
Generation time
t=0 min
at 30 °C
at 37 °C
0.05
0.05
t= 20 min
0.06
0.07
t= 40 min
%3D
0.1
0.16
0.28
0.21
0.44
t = 60 min
t= 80 min
%3D
0.95
Complete the graph. Make sure this figure has a description and all other labels are included.
Once you have completed graphing the points, draw a best-fit line for each of your data sets by eye
Questions:
1. Which data point can be the first to be considered in log phase for each line? (It will be the
first point that seems to be described by your best-fit line.)
For the 30° C culture the
-minute point is the first one likely to be in
log phase.
For the 37° C culture the
-minute point is the first one likely to be in
log phase.
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coli, mak you believe will grow faster (37° C or 30° C temperature) and why. Results• Time Absorbance 30 °C Absorbance 37 °C Generation time Generation time t=0 min at 30 °C at 37 °C 0.05 0.05 t= 20 min 0.06 0.07 t= 40 min %3D 0.1 0.16 0.28 0.21 0.44 t = 60 min t= 80 min %3D 0.95 Complete the graph. Make sure this figure has a description and all other labels are included. Once you have completed graphing the points, draw a best-fit line for each of your data sets by eye Questions: 1. Which data point can be the first to be considered in log phase for each line? (It will be the first point that seems to be described by your best-fit line.) For the 30° C culture the -minute point is the first one likely to be in log phase. For the 37° C culture the -minute point is the first one likely to be in log phase. Incubation Temperatures - Growth Bio 40- Fall 2019 Page 6

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