Organisms, Populations and Communities
This method allows large amounts of data to be put onto the chip unlike normal tags. It is also harder for the tags to dislodge or fall off as they are secured under the animals skin, not connected to it like normal tags. However, this method would be ineffective for small animals such as small crabs and mollusks as the tags would be too big. It is also a very expensive way to mark animals and would be more suited for larger fish, mammals, reptiles and other large organisms.
We used matches to simulate the mark and recapture method counting populations. The practical worked accurately which refuted our hypothesis. The sample number of matches was large enough to use as an example. We also overcame the problem of the marked matches integrating with the unmarked matches by mixing them together in a glass jar. The practical was an accurate example of the mark and recapture method of counting population.
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