Lab 1-6 Review Catherine

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Lab 1 The microscope and experimental design
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Plant and animal cells Cells (Basic structural and functionnal unit of all organisms) Tissue (A group of similar cells united to perform a specific function: nerve and muscle tissue, xylem…) Organ (Structural and functional unit formed of several tissues united together: heart, lungs, root, stem…) Organ system (A group of organ working together: respiratory system, digestive system…)
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Elodea leaf Nucleolus Cytoplasm Nuclear membrane Thorn cell
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Buttercup (Ranunculus acris) root Lignified cell walls (xylem) Purple starch grains
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Amphiuma small intestine c.s. Villi Epithelial cell Nucleus (with nucleolus inside) (Dark pink)
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Amphiuma kidney c.s. Tubules Epithelial cell Nucleus (with nucleolus inside, darker dot) Cytoplasm Lumen
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Lab 2 MICROBIOLOGY I: BACTERIA
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BACTERIAL COLONIES Shape: round or irregular Elevation : flat or convex Size: large, small or pin point Color : pigmented or non-pigmented Consistency : buttery, hard, mucoid
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Serratia marcescens Round Convex Small Pigmented mucoid
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Bacillus subtilis Irregular Flat Large Non-pigmented Buttery
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Staphylococcus epidermidis Round Flat Pin point Non-pigmented Mucoid
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Gram staining Reagents: Basic dye (gentian violet) Mordant (iodine) Decolorizing agent (alcohol) Counter stain (carbol fuchsin) What’s the purpose of the mordant? Fix the dye to the bacteria Why did we add the counter stain? To visualize gram negative bacteria (pink)
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Serratia marcescens Gram negative Rods
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Bacillus subtilis Gram positive Rods
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Staphylococcus epidermidis Gram positive Cocci
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Number of generations that were produced in 120min. 2ⁿ= b/B Where: n= # of generations b= # of cells at 120min. B= # of cells at zero time
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This note was uploaded on 08/23/2008 for the course BIOL 111 taught by Professor Brianmcgill during the Fall '07 term at McGill.

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