Lab enhancements

Updated links to Capstone work on the GitHub LabDocs page.

Beginning process of creating a lab inventory of all drawers and cabinets.

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OA Geoduck Morphology

All usable geoduck larvae tubes have been measured (data). The images in the google drive folder have been updated to only include those tubes that were measured. A list of tubes that were not measured for either containing all empty, dead shells or having fewer than 10 larvae can be found here.

OA Geoduck Morphology

Measured tubes M99, M106, M107, M109, and M110. M99 only had one measurable larvae. M106 had 9 larvae and M109 had 13. After talking with Hollie, empty shells will not be measured because it is unknown when the larvae died. Measuring the trail 2 larvae is nearly complete!

OA Geoduck Morphology

Measured tubes M114 through M119. However, M114, M115, M116, and M119 had fewer than 15 measurable larvae.

OA Geoduck Morphology

Today, tubes M94, M95, M97, M98, M120, M121, and M122 were measured. Tubes M99-M119 have less than 20 larvae or are mostly empty shells, so I will discuss with Hollie what to do from here for the rest of the tubes.

OA Geoduck Morphology

Measured tubes M82-M93 today. All of these tubes had at least 20 distinguishable larvae.

OA Geoduck Morphology

Measured more geoduck larvae tubes. Tried using the R script that Hollie wrote with the added tube measurement data, but it didn’t work – I think because there are some added tests on the script from when Hollie was determining the statistical difference between my measurements of larvae and those of an undergraduate volunteer of the same larvae.