Coming to an End by Janay Cammock
While I had experienced a somewhat slow immersion into the program (due to being slow to work). Which resulted in a certain strain with in the program to catch up with the rest of my peers, I fortunately was able to adapt to the lab work and experimentation along with everyone else, while mastering all the necessary skills required for the lab work. I also acquired additional skills that would prove useful in the future that I had not indicated would be necessary. Throughout the program I had learned how to differentiate male and female fruit flies from each other, how to sedate them with ice and CO2, as well as learning how to find percentages of different amounts of liquids. Though by far the hardest and most stressful thing to learn in the lab was learning how to transport flies from different vials without sedating them, which required good timing and concentration to avoid losing flies. Thankfully as I continued with that process it became mundane and a lot less stressful.
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