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Unformatted text preview: Explorelearning Gizmos Name: Salma Date:_ Student Exploration: Cell Types protist He eukaryote, multicell Vocabulary: ATP, bacteria, carbon dioxide (CO2), cell, cellular respiration, compound light multicellular, muscle ce blood cell, root hair root hair cell, tissue ce cell, neuron, organelle ell, tissue, unicellular, white sun , organelle, photosynthesis lular, white blood cell otosynthesis, prokaryote. Prior Knowledge Questions (Do these BEFORE using the Gizmo.) How do you know if something is alive? Describe some of the characteristics of living things. For example We knod a Virus and a rock an Humans, plants and mushrooms are all alive. What do these organisms have in common? an and fungi share a Common ansostor A banchod away from La kins e mus Staroons human than plants. hehled to Gizmo Warm-up In the Cell Types Gizmo TM, you will use a light microscope to compare and contrast different samples. On the LANDSCAPE (Turn on Show all samples if you can't find it. ) Switch to the MICROSCOPE tab to observe the sample as it would appear under the microscope. By default, this microscope is using 40x magnification. 1. Drag the Coarse focus slider until the sample is focused as well as possible. Then, improve lecdanaular the focus with the Fine focus slider. What do you see? _ Select the 400x magnification. If necessary, adjust the fine focus. Now, what do you see? 2. Surround na the outside Green Orcolor Orbs See edge of the cells and \ See that the cell Are actualy either The individual chambers you see are cells, the smallest functional unit of an organism....
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