Cell lab report

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Aaron Karo Greg Barlow Katie Hill Kayleigh Day October 28, 2007 Cell Lab Report Introduction: In the Cell unit, one of the goals was to understand and be able to measure respiration and photosynthesis. Another goal was to understand how osmosis works and transports across a membrane. All living organisms are made up of cells, either singular or multiple cellular. Plant cells have different structures than animal or bacterial cells. Plant and most bacterial cells have cell walls, while animal cells do not. Bacterial cell walls are composed of a carbohydrate-protein complex. Also, most plant and animal cells have organelles, but bacterial cells do not contain organelles. Osmosis is the movement of water across the plasma membrane. (1) Water will move across a membrane depending on which side of the cell has the greatest concentration of solute and least concentration of water. The water will continue to move across the membrane until both the concentrations have reached equilibrium. It is possible for concentrations to be
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This note was uploaded on 05/05/2008 for the course BIO 105 taught by Professor Haro during the Winter '08 term at Wisc La Crosse.

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