Will his father find him?<br />Does Nemo 		Survive?<br />
What do Medaka eggs need?<br />These fish need plenty of water at the right temperature. <br />The medakas must have sprin...
Day One<br />Hello, I’m Nemo! I know I am not a clown fish, but my stupid owners like that name for a fish. Well, I was on...
Labeled Picture: Day one<br />
Day Two<br />Day two was just a normal day, but my eyes were starting to develop. The two circles in the picture are where...
Labeled Picture: Day Two<br />
Heart Beat: 68 beats/minute<br />
Day Five<br />I spent the weekend at the school. It was rather lonely because my owners didn’t take me out and visit with ...
This is me…again<br />My eyes have a space in between them instead of being morphed together.<br />My tail was wrapped aro...
Labeled Picture: Day Five<br />
Heartbeat: 129 beats/minute<br />
Day Six<br />I felt really good April 12. I started to curl around the egg even more for the room. In this picture, my own...
Labeled Picture: Day Six<br />
Heartbeat: 144 beats/minute<br />
Day Seven<br />Heather wasn’t at school that day. It was just Jaelene, but she took care of me. <br />I have grown conside...
Pictures of Me!<br />
Labeled Picture: Day Seven<br />
Jaw Movement<br />
Heartbeat: 144 beats/minute<br />
Day Eight<br />On April 14, I was almost hatched. I started to curl up even more and apply pressure to the egg. I wrapped ...
I’m Nemo<br />I had wrapped around the egg and curled up in preparation for hatching. <br />
Heartbeat: 160 beats/minute<br />
Labeled Picture: Day Eight<br />
Day Nine<br />I am finally free! It feels so good to swim around and not be crammed in my shell. I am fully developed now ...
Labeled Picture: Day Nine<br />
Me again…<br />This is my caudal fin.<br />My head and fins. I am swimming freely.<br />
My old home<br />
I am free!<br />
Day Twelve<br />
Thanks				For			  Watching<br />
Resources<br />The JapeneseMedaka Carolina Biological Supply Company. <br />Google Images to compare our fish to others an...
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Medaka egg project by Jaelene Burkett

  1. 1. Will his father find him?<br />Does Nemo Survive?<br />
  2. 2. What do Medaka eggs need?<br />These fish need plenty of water at the right temperature. <br />The medakas must have spring water in order to survive too.<br />If they are placed in an area with other fish, they can die because the other fish will eat the medakas.<br />These fish will eat flakes and freeze-dried food.<br />
  3. 3. Day One<br />Hello, I’m Nemo! I know I am not a clown fish, but my stupid owners like that name for a fish. Well, I was on stage 18(26 hours) the first day I am looked at. The light of the microscope was somewhat painful because they just left me under it for a long periods of time.<br /> I had a yolk sac, membrane, cytoplasm, filament, and an oil globule to start with. <br />
  4. 4. Labeled Picture: Day one<br />
  5. 5. Day Two<br />Day two was just a normal day, but my eyes were starting to develop. The two circles in the picture are where my eyes will be. <br />I still was not moving yet, but I have a heartbeat. It is under my body in the both this picture and the next one, though.<br />
  6. 6. Labeled Picture: Day Two<br />
  7. 7. Heart Beat: 68 beats/minute<br />
  8. 8. Day Five<br />I spent the weekend at the school. It was rather lonely because my owners didn’t take me out and visit with me. <br />My body grew quite a lot. You can see my eyes better and my tail is starting to form there. <br />I was so young then. Oh, the memories.<br />
  9. 9. This is me…again<br />My eyes have a space in between them instead of being morphed together.<br />My tail was wrapped around me and the egg. I felt so cramped. <br />
  10. 10. Labeled Picture: Day Five<br />
  11. 11. Heartbeat: 129 beats/minute<br />
  12. 12. Day Six<br />I felt really good April 12. I started to curl around the egg even more for the room. In this picture, my owners discussed that I look like a reptile. I found this to be really funny.<br />I am on stage 33 and this is 144 hours. <br />
  13. 13. Labeled Picture: Day Six<br />
  14. 14. Heartbeat: 144 beats/minute<br />
  15. 15. Day Seven<br />Heather wasn’t at school that day. It was just Jaelene, but she took care of me. <br />I have grown considerably since the first day Heather and Jaelene examined me. My jaw has shown and my eyes are now a green tint and my tail is wrapped around the egg.<br />
  16. 16. Pictures of Me!<br />
  17. 17. Labeled Picture: Day Seven<br />
  18. 18. Jaw Movement<br />
  19. 19. Heartbeat: 144 beats/minute<br />
  20. 20. Day Eight<br />On April 14, I was almost hatched. I started to curl up even more and apply pressure to the egg. I wrapped around myself and made it nearly impossible for Jaelene to see. <br />Heather was not there that day again. I was very upset and was worried. I didn’t want to be a child of a single parent.<br />
  21. 21. I’m Nemo<br />I had wrapped around the egg and curled up in preparation for hatching. <br />
  22. 22. Heartbeat: 160 beats/minute<br />
  23. 23. Labeled Picture: Day Eight<br />
  24. 24. Day Nine<br />I am finally free! It feels so good to swim around and not be crammed in my shell. I am fully developed now and am very healthy. I was the first medaka to hatch in Jaelene and Heather’s group. <br />I am on stage 36 now and atleast 264 hours. <br />
  25. 25. Labeled Picture: Day Nine<br />
  26. 26. Me again…<br />This is my caudal fin.<br />My head and fins. I am swimming freely.<br />
  27. 27. My old home<br />
  28. 28. I am free!<br />
  29. 29. Day Twelve<br />
  30. 30. Thanks For Watching<br />
  31. 31. Resources<br />The JapeneseMedaka Carolina Biological Supply Company. <br />Google Images to compare our fish to others and be able to label most things properly. <br />Songs: <br />Only Time by Enya<br />Never Grow Up by Taylor Swift<br />

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