Exercise 4 - The Cell Anatomy & Division
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Exercise 4 - The Cell Anatomy & Division

Course Number: BIOL 2401, Summer 2010

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Richland College Biol. 2401 Marieb A&P Lab Manual - 9th Edition EXERCISE 4 CELL STRUCTURES AND MITOSIS OBJECTIVES 1. To identify and give functions of cell structures using models. 2. To identify the following cellular regions and to list the major function of each: nucleus, cytoplasm, and plasma membrane. 3. To identify and list the major functions of the various organelles studied. 4. To compare the...

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College Biol. Richland 2401 Marieb A&P Lab Manual - 9th Edition EXERCISE 4 CELL STRUCTURES AND MITOSIS OBJECTIVES 1. To identify and give functions of cell structures using models. 2. To identify the following cellular regions and to list the major function of each: nucleus, cytoplasm, and plasma membrane. 3. To identify and list the major functions of the various organelles studied. 4. To compare the specified cells with the concept of the generalized cell. 5. To define interphase, mitosis, and cytokinesis. 6. To list the stages of mitosis and describe the events of each stage. 7. To identify the mitotic phases on models and slides. 8. To explain the importance of mitotic cell division its and product. ACTIVITY 1-4: IDENTIFYING PARTS OF A CELL Models used for cell structures Cell structures and functions ACTIVITY 5: OBSERVING VARIOUS CELL STRUCTURES Identify variety of different cell types using microscope: 10X and 40X objective lens epithelial cells from cheek (use wet mount) teased muscle cells (microscope slide) sperm cells (microscope slide) blood cells in blood smear (microscope slide) ACTIVITY 6: IDENTIFYING THE MITOTIC STAGES Identify stages in life cycle of a cell in models, including events occurring: interphase mitotic phases: prophase metaphase anaphase telophase cytokinesis Identify mitotic stages in a microscopic slide: whitefish blastula 1

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