As we dwindled down to the final days, Olive and I finally broadcasted our poster and oral presentation at the American Museum of Natural History. Here we, along with about 20 other teams are at the Urban Barcoding Research Program.
During our presentation we showed that in our results, that out of 20 samples 16 was successfully amplified. Of the 16 samples 10 were found as algal and six as non-algal.
There were 16 successful blasts and show here there were 6 non-algal samples and 10 algal samples. This shows that all of our samples weren’t want we expected.
Of our non-algal samples most blasts were found in the Animalia kingdom.
This is our second week and now Olive and I are going to finally see what two of our samples turn out to be. While we are here we are also labeling samples (in silica filled bags, and columns ) while referring them to the Master List I created.
Our gel in station nine, here is sample RBSP.2, RBSP. 6, IHP2, and BP. 3.
Research has been changed from the NBG, and now is going to the AMNH. We hope that all will go well with our new mentor.