Giant Panda Lab Report

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Biology, the study of life, is a broad topic that involves some tiny yet vital things; pH happens to be one of them. PH is the process of helping to decide whether a certain product is an acid, base, or neutral. Some may wonder, how can pH be tested? PH can be measured by using litmus paper, a field kit, and a probe & meter. Each way of use has a different way of results. For example: if you use litmus paper and dip it into a certain substance such as liquid, you will get a certain color on the paper. This color will help determine if this substance is an acid, neutral, or a base. If the color is more towards a dark color such as purple & blue, it is considered a base. If the color is more towards red & lighter colors in the spectrum, it is considered an acid. Whereas if it was green, it would considered neutral. To demonstrate how pH affects other organisms, I’ll be talking about the giant panda. It is a large mammal that is native to the lands of China. It is also referred as the panda bear, giant panda, or panda. The giant panda is known for its distinct white fur, with black patches. They are also acknowledged for their habits of eating…show more content…
Giant pandas are said to have nearly the same circulatory system as humans because it is a closed system. A closed system is when a physical system is confined from having any interactions with its surroundings. Knowing that their system is closed, This could lead to possible health problems, illnesses, and even death; this statement applies the same for pandas. The normal body temperature for a panda is between 36.5-37.5 degrees Celsius. If the temperature falls below or is higher than the designated number, (36.5-37.5 degrees Celsius), this certainly can suggest that the panda is having problems such as: kidney & liver failure. Humans face the same complications as well if they are facing the same

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