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Unformatted text preview: Laboratory Exercise Cells OBJECTIVES This exercise is designed to reinforce material we have recently discussed in class, including: *0 cell types, and *1 the function and structure of cells organelles. GRADING check for less than three points taken off check minus for more than three points taken off zero for not handed in on time PROCEDURE Work in groups of three or four. Try to answer the questions below without first looking in your notes. Check your answers before turning in this lab to the homework file before you leave class. Picture 1. What type of cell is this: eukaryotic or prokaryotic? List two characteristics that make it the kind you think it is. Identify the following parts: 1., the background material of the cell. 2, a single circle. 3, used for attachment. 4, a phospholipid bilayer. 5, a strong outer structure. 6, a structure that spins....
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- Spring '09