|MadSci Network: Zoology|
I am going to be doing my science fair project this year on meiofauna and I need to know if the meiofauna WILL be affected by different salinity levels. I have been working with meiofauna for three years now and I know how to collect them and strain them. I also do not know how I should go about observing the salinity level's affect on the meiofauna. If I strain them through a 48 micormeter sieve and then place the meiofauna into petri dishes of different salinities and then watch them through a stereoscope, how long will I have to look at them to see if the salinity is taking a toll on their way of life? I would appreciate it a lot if anyone could help me with my problem. If you have any ideas for me please email me at email@example.com Thank you.
Re: Are meiofauna affected by different salinity levels?
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