yeast experiment

profileDeam
YeastdataHA.xlsx

Sheet1

Percent Budding
0°C 35°C 99°C
26 23 9
25 15 16
24 35 29
24 64 30
15 24 17
57 25 0
9 14 13
30 60 25
17 18 10
7 25 8
55 48 45
16 27 21
1 10 0 Graph
10 11 7 0°C 20.4736842
2 8 4 35°C 27.4210526
12 13 8 99°C 16.2631579
41 47 10
15 14 11
3 40 46
Mean 20.4736842105 27.4210526316 16.2631578947
Stdev 15.7726225869 16.5857129053 13.0418036582
Sample size 19 19 19
SE 3.6184877858 3.8050234979 2.9919949572

How is budding success of yeast impacted by temperature? Does it bud better at cold, moderate, or hot temperatures? Look at your graph to answer these questions. How does 0°C compare with 35°C? How does it compare with 99°C? How does 35°C compare with 99°C? ? Is there a significant difference in budding between temperatures? Remember that a significant difference is not the same as simply a difference. In other words, just because you see a differrence, that does not necessarily mean that there is a significant difference. With that in mind, what conclusions can you draw from your results about yeast budding and temperature?

0°C 35°C 99°C 20.473684200000001 27.421052599999999 16.2631579

Temperature

Percent Budding

1) 2)