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Cheek to Cheek Lab Animal Cells
Making a Wet Mount Slide 1.Use dropper to place a drop of water on center of slide. 2.Take a toothpick and carefully scrape the inside of your cheek to obtain some cells.
3.Gently stir the toothpick in the drop of water and then THROW IT AWAY! Carefully, add 1 drop of stain to the slide.
4. Gently touch the cover slip to the edge of the drop of water to cover the specimen & the water.
5. Using the paper towel, carefully blot the slide. This will remove excess stain and water. 6. Observe the slide under low power.
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4.2 (a) To prepare and examine one animal cell, stained and unstained, using the light microscope.
Animal Cell vs. Plant Cell Lab (Onion, Cheek Cells, and Elodea Lab)
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Cell Observation Lab You will differentiate between a variety of prokaryotic and eukaryotic cells by observing, sketching and labeling organelles and other.
EXTRA CREDIT!!! MAKE YOUR OWN FLASH CARDS BASED UPON WHAT YOU HAVE LEARNED ABOUT CELLS animal vs. plant cells cell structures & functions Minimum of 12.
Procedure for making a wet mount. Step One: Use the lens paper to clean a glass slide and coverslip. Step Two: Place the specimen that you wish to observe.
LAB #12: CELLS THE BASIC UNIT OF LIFE. PURPOSE 1. OBSERVE LIVING & NON-LIVING CELLS UNDER THE MICROSCOPE 2. STUDY & LOCATE, USING THE MICROSCOPE, 5 CELL.
Lesson #2: Plant and animal cells Objective: -Draw and label plant and animal cells -Create your own animal cell slide.
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4.2 (c) To prepare and examine one plant cell, stained and unstained, using the light microscope.
Preparing Wet Mount Slides Using the Microscope Focusing the Microscope Preparing Wet Mounts.
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BELLRINGERS 1. What are the 3 main parts of a typical cell and what are their functions? 2. Explain the difference between a plant cell and an animal cell?
April 7, 2009 Science 7ANNOUNCEMENT: Photosynthesis & Resp. QUIZ RE-TAKES Photosynthesis & Resp. QUIZ RE-TAKES Next Monday & Tuesday during ELO Next Monday.
1 Making and staining a wet mount Refer to the Practical Manual Introduction Sections F.1 and F.2.
1. The cell is the structural and functional unit of all living organisms. Researches had formulated the cell theory that has three principles: 2
A Cell-A-Bration of LIfe Bell work Complete Engage Section on lab key question and student predictions- how would plant and animal cells be different if.
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02 Microscope. A B Carrying a Microscope Return the lowest power objective in place Wrap the cord around the base Return dustcover Storing The Microscope.
Lab # 4 Cell Structure Presented by Kami. What are the building blocks from which all parts of the human body are formed? cells How do you prepare a wet.
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Using a Microscope to View Cells. Learning Targets I can follow a lab procedure I can use prior knowledge, pictures and research to make connection and.
PLEASE DO NOT TOUCH THE MICROSCOPES AT YOUR DESKS!!!
Happy Halloween!! 1. Please take out your Cell Types & Organelle Notes from the last two classes 1. Please take out your Cell Types & Organelle Notes from.
Using a Compound Light Microscope. Part A - Parts.
BIOLOGY & BIOTECHNOLODY DEPARTMENT. In our laboratory, bacterial morphology (form and structure) may be examined in two ways: 1.By observing living.
Experiment Questions Cell Microscopy - Plant and Animal.
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