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Microscopic unicellular eukaryotic organism 13 what

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Microscopic unicellular eukaryotic organism. 13. What protist will you be viewing in this exercise? Paramecium 14. List two types of vacuoles, and the function of each, found in this protist. Contractile – fills with excess water and contracts to expel the water. Food – stores food Exercise 4.4: 15. List the characteristic features of the Fungi. Multicellular eukaryotes that absorb nutrients from the environment. Known as saprophytes or saprobes. Their cell walls are made of chitin rather than cellulose. 16. What fungal group will you be looking at in this exercise? Rhizopus stolonifer or Penicillium or similar. Exercise 4.5: 17. List the plants you’ll use to investigate characteristics of plant cells. 18. List the characteristics of a plant cell. Cell wall, Chloroplasts, Nucleus, Vacuole Exercise 4.6: 19. List the animal structure you’ll use to investigate the following animal cell structure: a) cell b) tissue adipose (fat) tissue c) organ Mammalian small intestine
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