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1 Microscope Portfolio NAME: Date Started:

2 SLIDE TITLE: (SPECIMEN) Information on slide (W.M, C.S) Date Viewed: Magnification: INSERT SLIDE PHOTO HERE: TEMPLATE

3 Station #1 a.How is genetic information inherited in humans? i.Is the offspring an exact copy? Why? ii.HINT: Human InheritanceHINT: Human Inheritance b.How is genetic information inherited in budding? i.Is the offspring an exact copy? Why? ii.HINT: BuddingHINT: Budding

4 Station #1: Answers a.A: i.A: b.A: i.A:

5 SLIDE TITLE: (SPECIMEN) Information on slide (W.M, C.S) Date Viewed: Magnification: INSERT SLIDE 98 PHOTO HERE:

6 SLIDE TITLE: (SPECIMEN) Information on slide (W.M, C.S) Date Viewed: Magnification: INSERT SLIDE 201 PHOTO HERE:

7 SLIDE TITLE: (SPECIMEN) Information on slide (W.M, C.S) Date Viewed: Magnification: INSERT SLIDE 202 PHOTO HERE:

8 Station #2 a.What do these slides have in common? (NOT THAT THEY’RE MOUTHS!) b.Consider some factors why the mouthparts would be different in these insects? c.Do they all serve the same purpose? HINT: – Honey Bee Honey Bee – House Fly House Fly – Grasshopper Grasshopper

9 Station #2 Answers a.A: b.A: c.A:

10 SLIDE TITLE: (SPECIMEN) Information on slide (W.M, C.S) Date Viewed: Magnification: INSERT SLIDE 94 PHOTO HERE:

11 SLIDE TITLE: (SPECIMEN) Information on slide (W.M, C.S) Date Viewed: Magnification: INSERT SLIDE 95 PHOTO HERE:

12 SLIDE TITLE: (SPECIMEN) Information on slide (W.M, C.S) Date Viewed: Magnification: INSERT SLIDE 242 PHOTO HERE:

13 Station #3 a.Find and take a photo of the different phases of cell division; label each photo i.Interphase ii.Prophase iii.Metaphase iv.Anaphase v.Telophase vi.Cytokinesis vii. (HINT: Pages )

14 Station #3 Answers a.Completed by taking photos in next 4 slides

15 SLIDE TITLE: (SPECIMEN) Information on slide (W.M, C.S) Date Viewed: Magnification: INSERT SLIDE 80 PHOTO DURING PROPHASE HERE:

16 SLIDE TITLE: (SPECIMEN) Information on slide (W.M, C.S) Date Viewed: Magnification: INSERT SLIDE 80 PHOTO DURING METAPHASE HERE:

17 SLIDE TITLE: (SPECIMEN) Information on slide (W.M, C.S) Date Viewed: Magnification: INSERT SLIDE 80 PHOTO DURING ANAPHASE HERE:

18 SLIDE TITLE: (SPECIMEN) Information on slide (W.M, C.S) Date Viewed: Magnification: INSERT SLIDE 80 PHOTO DURING TELOPHASE HERE:

19 Station #4 a.Compare the cornea of the insect to that of a human. a.HINT: Cornea FunctionCornea Function b.In higher functioning organisms, how is vision attained by the compound eye? (The process of sight.) a.HINT: Human Vision DiagramHuman Vision Diagram

20 Station #4 Answers a.A: b.A:

21 SLIDE TITLE: (SPECIMEN) Information on slide (W.M, C.S) Date Viewed: Magnification: INSERT SLIDE 248 PHOTO HERE:

22 Station #5 a.What diseases does the mosquito carry? a.HINT: Mosquito Carried DiseasesMosquito Carried Diseases b.What is the frequency of Malaria in Africa? a.What are some preventative measures to combat this disease? b.HINT: Malaria StatisticsMalaria Statistics

23 Station #5 Answers a.A: b.A: i.A:

24 SLIDE TITLE: (SPECIMEN) Information on slide (W.M, C.S) Date Viewed: Magnification: INSERT SLIDE 245 PHOTO HERE:

25 Station #6 a.What do all these slides have in common? a.(HINT: Pages in text) b.What level of cell specialization are they? a.(HINT: Pages in text) c.What body systems are associated with these slides? a.(HINT: Pgs , , in text) d.Give an example of an organ found in each body system. a.(HINT: Pgs in text)

26 Station #6 Answers a.A: b.A: c.A: d.A:

27 SLIDE TITLE: (SPECIMEN) Information on slide (W.M, C.S) Date Viewed: Magnification: INSERT SLIDE 62 PHOTO HERE:

28 SLIDE TITLE: (SPECIMEN) Information on slide (W.M, C.S) Date Viewed: Magnification: INSERT SLIDE 65 PHOTO HERE:

29 SLIDE TITLE: (SPECIMEN) Information on slide (W.M, C.S) Date Viewed: Magnification: INSERT SLIDE 81 PHOTO HERE:

30 Station #7 a.What is a linking factor between these three slides? b.What area of the body does each infect? a.What is a disease of sickness associated with each of these organisms? T. cruzi Nematoda Trichinella

31 Station #7 Answers a.A: b.A: a.T. cruzi: b.Nematoda: c.Trichinella: c.A: a.T. cruzi: b.Nematoda: c.Trichinella:

32 SLIDE TITLE: (SPECIMEN) Information on slide (W.M, C.S) Date Viewed: Magnification: INSERT SLIDE 3 PHOTO HERE:

33 SLIDE TITLE: (SPECIMEN) Information on slide (W.M, C.S) Date Viewed: Magnification: INSERT SLIDE 129 PHOTO HERE:

34 SLIDE TITLE: (SPECIMEN) Information on slide (W.M, C.S) Date Viewed: Magnification: INSERT SLIDE 212 PHOTO HERE:

35 Station #8 a.Is this a plant or animal cell? How can you tell? a.(HINT: Pg. 175 in text) b.List the organelles commonly associated with this cell type. a.(HINT: Pg. 175 in text) c.What is the largest species of tree in existence? i.What is the scientific name of this tree? i.HINT: Largest Tree and its scientific nameLargest Tree and its scientific name

36 Station #8 a.A: b.A: c.A: a.A:

37 SLIDE TITLE: (SPECIMEN) Information on slide (W.M, C.S) Date Viewed: Magnification: INSERT SLIDE 122 PHOTO HERE:

38 Station #9 a.Which of these is a prokaryote? i.How can you tell? ii.(HINT: Pgs in text) b.Which is the eukaryote? i.How can you tell? ii.(HINT: Pgs in text) Give an example of a prokaryote and a eukaryote – (HINT: Pgs in text)

39 Station #9 Answers a.A: i.A: b.A: i.A: Prokaryote Example: Eukaryote Example:

40 SLIDE TITLE: (SPECIMEN) Information on slide (W.M, C.S) Date Viewed: Magnification: INSERT SLIDE 290 PROKARYOTE PHOTO HERE:

41 SLIDE TITLE: (SPECIMEN) Information on slide (W.M, C.S) Date Viewed: Magnification: INSERT SLIDE 290 EUKARYOTE PHOTO HERE:

42 Station #10 a.Using the given iodine solution, stain a piece of celery and make a slide from it. b.Write down observations you see.

43 Station #10 Answers a.Followed given staining procedure b.A:

44 SLIDE TITLE: (SPECIMEN) Information on slide (W.M, C.S) Date Viewed: Magnification: INSERT YOUR STAINED CELERY SLIDE PHOTO HERE:

45 Station #11 a.Take a piece of a leaf and create a wet mount slide of it. b.While under a light, observe what you see and record these observations. c.Is there anything moving? What process could be happening? a.(HINT: Pg. 180 in text)

46 Station #11 Answers a.Made a proper wet mount slide b.A: c.A: a.A:

47 SLIDE TITLE: (SPECIMEN) Information on slide (W.M, C.S) Date Viewed: Magnification: INSERT YOUR LEAF WET MOUNT SLIDE PHOTO HERE:

48 Station #12 a.Observe the movement of the algae b.What organelle inside them makes them green? a.Given this, what assumptions can you make about the organelles within the algae? a.(HINT: Pg. 180 in text) b.What is an algal bloom and how are they detrimental to lake/ pond ecosystems? a.HINT: Harmful Algal Blooms InfoHarmful Algal Blooms Info

49 Station #12 Answers a.A: b.A: a.A: b.A:

50 SLIDE TITLE: (SPECIMEN) Information on slide (W.M, C.S) Date Viewed: Magnification: INSERT YOUR ALGAE SLIDE PHOTO HERE:

51 Station #13 a.In section 7-1 in your biology book, you will find the different types of microscopes used in the world today. a.(HINT: Pgs in text) b.Make a list and provide a brief description of these microscopes.

52 Station #13 Answer List of Types and Descriptions:

53 Station #14 a.Take a pipette filled with pond water and deliver it into a Petri dish. b.Place the Petri dish under the dissection scope and observe. c.Record what you see (organisms, movement, etc.) d.Which famous pioneer in the field of cell’s experiment have you just replicated? (HINT: Chapter 7 in your text)

54 Station #14 Answers a.Delivered pond water into Petri dish b.Completed by answer below c.A: d.A:

55 SLIDE TITLE: (SPECIMEN) Information on slide (W.M, C.S) Date Viewed: Magnification: INSERT YOUR POND WATER PHOTO HERE:

56 Station #15 a.Using the dissection scope and the given dichotomous key (follow the link), classify this organism down to its genus and species. b.What is this organism?

57 Station #15 Answer a.Organism’s Common Name: a.A: b.Organism’s Scientific Name: a.A:

58 SLIDE TITLE: (SPECIMEN) Information on slide (W.M, C.S) Date Viewed: Magnification: INSERT YOUR NOW KNOWN SPECIMEN PHOTO HERE:


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