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A tour of various eukaryotic and prokaryotic cellsCells Lab Ch. 7 A tour of various eukaryotic and prokaryotic cells
Human Cheek Cell Squamous cell epithelium A human cheek cellEukaryotic Obvious nuclei Cell Membrane Cytoplasm
Frog’s Blood Both red cells (erythrocytes) & white cells (leukocytes)Frog red cells have a nucleus White cells are dark purple staining
Human Blood Notice human red blood cells have no nucleusWhite cells are purple stained. Notice the difference in the shape of white cell nuclei
Onion Cell 100x Notice obvious cell wall Notice obvious nucleusPlant cells have a cell membrane interior to cell wall (cellulose)
Onion Cell 400x (notice nuclei)
Elodea Wet Mount Notice the obvious cell wallsNotice the green chloroplasts Most slides show multiple cell layers
Elodea Wet Mount Regular repeating structure/arrangement of plant cell walls
Elodea Wet Mount
Bacteria Slide 400x (gram stain)Bacteria are extremely small Bacteria are prokaryotes Bacteria lack membrane bound organelles & nucleus Bacteria multiply rapidly
The Basic Unit of Life Lab 12 **When you see this: draw what you see!!
POST LAB: Bacterium, Plant & Animal CELLS Glue lab on page 63 in Notebook.
Cell Types Microscope Lab Ms. McCaughan LSHS.
Animal Cell vs. Plant Cell Lab (Onion, Cheek Cells, and Elodea Lab)
Lab: Comparing Plant and Animal Cells B I O L O G Y I. PURPOSE: 1. Use staining techniques to identify some of the basic structures found in animal and.
Prokaryotic vs. Eukaryotic Cells Eukaryotic Cells Prokaryotic Cells.
Cells Section 1 – Cell Structure A. Common cell structures – outer covering called cell membrane and internal gelatin like cytoplasm. A. Comparing cells.
Make up Cell Lab Obtain a copy of the lab from your teacher and read it over before you even think of starting this!
CELL LAB HOW DID YOU DO??? I love cheek cells!!. Your animal cells (cheek cells) should have looked like this:
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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.
Word Bank Cells: Blood cellNerve cell Muscle cell skin cell onion skin cell elodea leaf cell cork cell guard cell Cell Parts: cell wall, cell.
Microscopy Cell Images from Cell Structure & Function/Microscopy (Laboratory 4) and from Diffusion and Osmosis (Laboratory 5)
CELL LAB HOW DID YOU DO??? I love cheek cells!!. Magnification.
Virtual Cell Lab General biology- LCS. Cells Alive m m.
CELLS …..as units of Life. Ch. 7.1 A View of the Cell.
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.
Introduction to the Cell Cell Theory, Prokaryotes and Eukaryotes.
Prokaryotes Vs. Eukaryotes. Prokaryotes Pro = Before/in place of Karyo = Nucleus Prokaryote = cell with no nucleus.
They are all made of cells Nucleus Cell wall.
Topic Question: Are bacteria, plant and animal cells prokaryotic or eukaryotic?
The Cell Theory 1.The cell is the unit of structure in all living things. 2.The cell is the unit of function in all living things. 3.All cells come from.
Cell theory notes. The Cell Theory Robert Hooke- (1665) examined a piece of cork under a microscope and discovered cells. Schleiden (1873) concluded.
Cell Types Daily Quiz 1. List 4 differences between Eukaryotic cells and Prokaryotic cells.
Cheek Cell LAB. 5. Why is Iodine necessary? Our cheek cells are clear. Iodine is a brown color. It is also a stain. I will turn our cheek cells a.
Plants vs. Animal Cells. All Cells All cells have three basic components: Cell Membrane 2. Nucleus 3. Cytoplasm Animal Cells have similarities.
Organelle nucleus mitochondria cell membrane chloroplast cytoplasm cell wall ribosome lysosome Golgi bodies vacuole endoplasmic reticulum Function controls.
The Cell and Cell Structures How are cells structured to do the “right” thing?
OBSERVING THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN PLANT AND ANIMAL CELLS September 2014.
Cells Word of the day Organism: any living thing.
Cell Structure and Function Lab 4. Cells The cell is the basic unit of life. Cell theory – all living things are composed of cells. Cells only come.
Cells Types. So what type of cells are there? Plant & Animal Cells This is a plant cell.
CELL LAB REVIEW. ALL EUKARYOTIC CELLS LEAF; CORK; ONION; SKIN CELLS FROM CHEEK AND ARM What organelles are visible with the light microscope? How is each.
Biology Review L.14.3 – Prokaryotic and Eukaryotic Cells Animal and Plant Cells, Cell Transport Compare and contrast the general structures of plant and.
Cells: Prokaryotic vs. Eukaryotic. Cells Cells – basic unit of living organisms. Level of organization: < cell < tissue < organ < organ system < organism.
LN# 8 Cells.
Cell Structure and Function Notes. What is a cell? The basic unit of structure and function in organisms. The basic unit of structure and function in.
Cell Structure: (1) Cell Membrane Proteins & carbohydrates are also associated with the cell membrane. Some proteins stick to the surface. Other proteins.
Lab Practical Know the following slides Be able to identify the type of cell Plant cell or animal cell.
Monday December 1, 2014 Planner: – ReTEST today after school or Wednesday before school in this room You Need: – Today: Daily 5! Do Now: – Take out the.
What is a cell? What pictures comes to your mind?.
Unit 3 Cell Structure and Function Section 7.1 Cell Theory.
The cell and Osmosis Lab #4 Prof. Santos LaGuardia Community College.
Building A Cell What are the three main cell types?
CELL MICROSCOPE INVESTIGATION Objective: –To learn characteristics of all cells –To identify cell parts –To compare and contrast various cell types- Plant.
Catalyst 1.What is the proper way to carry a microscope? 2.What is the purpose of making a wet mount? 3.What topics from this cell unit are you most and.
1 Cells & Organelles Quick Quiz 3 Press the button when you’re sure… remember to take your time as you only get one chance!
Cells: The Way of Life. Cell Theory 1)All living things are made up of one or more cells. 2)Cells are the basic units of structure and function. 3)All.
Cell Structure & Function
Cell structures & Functions Animal Cell Plant Cell Bacterial Cell.
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