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On the other side the fresh plant tissue specifically onion bulb is prepared.A sharp razor blade is used to slice a five (5) thin parts from the onion bulb in different locations. Each thin slice in a labeled one(1) to five(5) glass slides are placed. A liquid dropper is used to add a drop of filtered mayana extract from the small bottle. The upper glass of the slide is placed so it will not be disturb. On the other hand the compound microscopes being used are prepared. After the preparation, each slide is carefully placed in the stage of the microscope and clip it with a stage clip. Each of the microscopes is observed and examined . After the examination and observation, some observations are written in a form of table. The whole procedure is repeated three (3) times to have a defined accuracy. Chapter Four Results and Discussion I have experimented what can be seen when mayana extract is used as biological stain for plants only. I have executed one trial only but I have seen some of the cell parts of the plant organism. I used an onion bulb in testing my biological stain. I slice it thinly. In the table I have specify the cell parts that I have seen. In the first sample I saw a unclear parts cell parts like the vacuole and cell wall, but in the second sample I saw much more clearer than the first sample like cytoplasm and cell membrane. In the third sample I saw other cell parts that did not appear in the first and second like some mitochondrion and chloroplast I also have seen a nucleus. In these results I have proven that mayana extract can be used as biological stain for plants although I have not proven that it can be used also in an animal cell. Samples Description of my observations Sample 1 I saw some unclear vacuoles and cell wall.
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Sample 2 I saw some cytoplasm and cell membrane. Sample 3 I saw some mitochondrion and also chloroplast. I have seen also nucleus. Posted by Jessie Cris at 4:42 PM 2 comments: Home Subscribe to: Posts (Atom) Blog Archive 2007 (1) o September (1) The Feasibility of Using Coleus scutellarioi... About Me Jessie Cris View my complete profile
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