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2 Assignment#1: Biological Drawing- Onion Root Mitosis

3 Instructions:   1)Using a microscope and prepared slides of onion roots, find specimens undergoing each of the five stages of the cell cycle (four stages of mitosis (PMAT), and interphase).   2) Prepare a properly labelled, and titled biological drawing of each stage. Use at least half of a page for each drawing.   3) Label the magnification you used when studying the cell in the upper right hand corner of each drawing.   4) Provide an appropriate title, centered, at the bottom of each drawing that describes the stage of the cell cycle drawn, e.g. An Onion Cell in Anaphase.   5) Label as many organelles as you can. Use a straight edge to draw the lines from your label to what it is referring to.

4 Some Things to Remember About Proper Biological Drawings  Always use a pencil  Use a ruler or straight edge for labels  The drawing should take up at least half of a page  Write the magnification at the top right hand corner of the drawing  Write a descriptive title, centered, at the bottom of the drawing  Only use blank, white paper.

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7 Interphase Figure 1.0: Onion root tip cell showing interphase

8 Prophase Figure 2.0: Onion root tip cells showing early and late prophase.

9 Metaphase Figure 3.0: Onion root tip cells showing metaphase.

10 Anaphase Figure 4.0: Onion root tip cells showing anaphase.

11 Telophase Figure 5.0: Onion root tip cells showing early and late telophase.


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