Cell Lab - Dustin Lee Biology Cell Lab Block C Cell Lab...

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Dustin Lee Cell Lab Biology Block C Cell Lab Introduction : In this lab, we were partnered up into groups of two to examine three examples of two types of cells: one animal cell and two plant cells. To view the small cells, we learned how to use microscopes and how to make wet-mount slides. The purpose of this project was to learn how all cells were different and how cells benefit from the structure of each cell to the overall organism. Analysis Questions a. Methylene blue and iodine are used to stain cells because the small cells are nearly transparent. If I used the light of the microscope, I would see right through the cell. So, by staining the cell, I could see it through the microscope. Class Materials b. Onion cells don’t have chloroplast because it does not need them. Onions grow underground so there would be no way it could perform photosynthesis because there is no sunlight underground. Class Materials c. Chloroplasts move in plant cells. There purposes for moving is to let more light
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This note was uploaded on 09/21/2011 for the course BIOG 1110 taught by Professor Randywayne during the Spring '09 term at Cornell University (Engineering School).

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Cell Lab - Dustin Lee Biology Cell Lab Block C Cell Lab...

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