Presentation on theme: "Plant and Animal Cell Structures"— Presentation transcript:
1Plant and Animal Cell Structures -You will be working in groups of 2 or 3.-You will need one computer for your group-Write the lab report in your lab notebookOrder of the lab:Background – you can write the background found on the lab.Purpose – found on the lab. Hint – leucoplasts store starch.HypothesisMaterials – see labProcedures – see labObservations – for each of the drawings you can cut out the circle and tape it into your lab notebook.Analysis and Conclusion – write out the question and answer each of the questions.**You will not be making slides. You will not be using a microscope. This powerpoint contains all the images (slides)
2Part I – Animal Slides-Cheek Cell on Low Power -Cheek Cell on High *Use the next slide to help you draw and Label the cheek cell*
4Part II – Plant Cell (Elodea) Elodea under Low Power Elodea under High *Use the next slide to help you draw and Label the elodea*
5CentralVacuoleThere are no nuclei seen on this slide. It does not mean the plant cell does not have one – you just can’t see it while the chloroplast are in focus
6If you use a stronger microscope look at the elodea leaf and the chloroplast throughout the whole plant cell. Pretty cool, right?
7Part II – Potato cellPotato Cells under Low Power Potato Cell under High PowerUse the next slide to draw the potato cells and the leucoplast. To make this slide, I put iodine on top of the potato. Remember, Iodine turns black when there is starch. Leucoplasts are specific organelle in a potato cell – this is where the starch is store.