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FC: Outbreak Performance Assessment | By Skylar Mabry
1: This science project is dedicated to Ms. Mayer, who is an amazing science teacher.
2: Scenario Four
3: To warn you, there is nothing humorous about what you are about to see. The words you are reading are the only humor you will encounter during the entire presentation, so get a load of it!!!!!!!!!! :)
4: Protist The Culprit | The protist occurs in all three of the victims.
5: The Protist
6: The protist is single-celled and has a cell membrane instead of a cell wall. It is the only single-cellular cell that has a nucleus.
7: The other cells in the three victims do not occur in all of the stomach contents.
8: Victim 1: 1. A protist cell 2. A bacteria cell 3. An animal cell 4. A protist cell
9: Victim 2: 1. A bacteria cell 2. A bacteria cell 3. A protist cell 4. An animal cell
10: Victim 3: 1. An animal cell 2. A plant cell 3. A plant cell 4. A protist cell
11: Those were the victims' stomach contents.
12: Similarities | 1. The protist cell occurs in the stomach contents of all three victims. 2. The protist cell looks the same in all three victims. 3. All three of the victims had at least one protist and animal cell in their stomach contents. 4. All of the victims have at least one single-celled organism. 5. The victims all have a common outbreak source. 6. All three victims have at least one multi-cellular organism.
13: Differences | 1. Victim three has three plant cells. 2. Victim one and two don't have any plant cells. 3. Victim one and two have bacteria cells. 4. Victim three doesn't have any bacteria cells. 5. Victim one has two types of protist. 6. Victims two and three only have one type. (Common Outbreak Source)
14: Protist The common cell.
15: Thank You For...