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Comparative Physiology Prac Report

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Practical report based on black worms for comparative physiology. The report covers the results, discussion and references.

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Neurochemistry Medicine Clinical medicine Anxiolytics Nicotinic agonists Teratogens Smoking Ethanol Nicotine Electronic cigarette Heart rate
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Neurochemistry Medicine Clinical medicine Anxiolytics Nicotinic agonists Teratogens Smoking Ethanol Nicotine Electronic cigarette Heart rate
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As a stimulant, nicotine should increase the pulsation rate of Blackworms. 2. As a depressant, ethanol should reduce the pulsation rate of Blackworms. Results: 35 30 25 20 15 10 5 0 G1 G2 G3 G4 G5 G6 G7 G8 G9 G10 G11 G12 G13 G14 G15 G16 Groups Figure 1: The mean basal pulsation rate of Blackworms measured collectively prior to being exposed to various chemical concentrations. The mean sum of the total groups’ calculation of the basal pulsation rate of Blackworms was 18.6 beats per minute (bpm). ________________ Nicotine: At the concentration of 0.01mM of nicotine, the mean pulsation rate of the Blackworms were around 20.4 bpm. This can be contrasted to the mean rate of 0.05mM concentration of nicotine, where it had increased dramatically to 23.6 bpm. It should also be noted that at 0.1mM concentration of nicotine, the pulsation rate of the Blackworms decreased slightly...
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