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Since you will be using micropipettes for all of your experiments, the quality of your results will depend on proper operation of the micropipette. Your results will also provide information about whether the pipettes are functioning properly.In these exercises, you will be using the spectrophotometer to determine if your pipetting is accurate and precise.
It may be easy to assume that more closely related organisms look more alike, and while this is often the case, it is not always true. For example, the phylogenetic tree in Figure 1 shows that lizards and rabbits both have amniotic eggs, whereas frogs do not; yet lizards and frogs appear more similar than lizards and rabbits.