Cryfish cardiac physiology

*** I’m only looking for the Discussion and confusion section only for you to write.*** I have provided a great example you can use at the template but no two words can be the same *** and I will check and also yous Turnitin to check for plagiarism This is my hypothesis you need it for discussion and conclusion section  ” The hypothesis of this experiment is as follows: if the crayfish is exposed to stress, epinephrine, acetylcholine, or serotonin, then the heart rate will increase in response to external stimuli since the heart rate in crayfish is controlled through neurons. If the crayfish is exposed to a cold environment, the heart rate will decrease since it is a Poikilotherm. The impedance converter will measure the heart rate of the crayfish.” Discussion  **you will use the figure graph** provided in the file to talk about discussion  also  2-3 sources reacquired for this section look at the example *  This portion of the laboratory report should critically consider the results obtained in light of prior data from the field. Are the results in variance or in agreement with known information? If so, why? If not, why not? It is important to look not only at the rationale of the experiments performed, but also at the techniques utilized, the skill of the experimenters, and other factors that may explain differences or similarities between the data and the expected results. This section should go over each treatment and explain, using citations, the reasoning behind the phenomena that are observed in the experiment. It would not be unreasonable when writing a laboratory report to include a short paragraph summarizing what was learned from both methodological and conceptual standpoints.

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