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cell_lab_plant - Scanning Low Power High Power Label the:--...

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Viewing Plant Cells 1. What is the function of chloroplasts? 2. Name two structures found in plant cells but not animal cells. 3. Name three structures found in plant cells AND animal cells. 4. What structure surrounds the cell membrane (in plants) and gives the cell support. PART A - Onion Cells Obtain a prepared slide of onion cells. View under scanning, low and high power. Sketch the cells at each magnification. . Scanning Low Power High Power Estimate how many cells you can see under low power: _______ high power: _______ PART B - Elodea Cells View a prepared slide of an elodea (a simple water plant). Sketch the cells at each magnification. As the slide warms, you may see chloroplasts moving.
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Unformatted text preview: Scanning Low Power High Power Label the:-- Cell Wall-- Nucleus-- Cytoplasm Label the:-- Cell Wall-- Chloroplasts-- Cytoplasm Estimate how many cells you can see under low power: _______ high power: _______ Post Lab Questions 1. Describe the shape and the location of chloroplasts. 2. Why were no chloroplasts found in the onion cells? (hint: think about where you find onions) 3. Which type of cell was smaller the onion cells or the elodea cells? 4. Fill out the Venn Diagram below to show the differences and similarities between the onion cells and the elodea cells. ONION CELLS ELODEA CELLS...
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This note was uploaded on 01/02/2012 for the course BIO 105 taught by Professor Mickle during the Fall '07 term at N.C. State.

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