1. How did different types of microorganisms move?
Some microorganisms moved like snails others by doing some sort of walking movement using there tentacles.
2. What cell parts were you able to identify in the microorganisms?
I couldn't identify any cell parts.
3. Were there similar characteristics among the different organisms?
No, because every microorganism had its own way of moving and eating.
4. What unique characteristics did you observe in the microorganisms?
I didn't observe any unique characteristics in the microorganisms.
5. There are many bacteria in the freshwater samples and you may or may not have observed them. They about 100 times smaller than the unicellular eukaryotes we observed in the water samples. How do you think the bacteria and the observed organisms are interacting?
Maybe scared since they a running all over the slide.
6. How do these microorganisms compare to plants and animals?
Well these microorganisms compare to plants and animals because they live and so have cells. They compare to us because they function the same way we do.
7. It may have not been evident in this lab, but all organisms are part of a food chain in this micro-environment. Describe any possible evidence of a food chain you observed, or describe a possible scenario of a food chain in that drop of water.
Well when I was observing the microorganisms I saw that bigger microorganisms ate smaller ones. This might be a micro food chain.