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    Hi there, I was doing a write up for an experiment we did today in class. For some reason we had to work out lobe density, which is number of lobes divided by the length of the left. Why can't we just measure the number of spines I don't understand this reason, it took me 10 minutes to work it all out and it is pointless for me.
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