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Chapter 1 / Exercise 24
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Estimate the size of a typical onion cell.  Record the cell size and magnification used. m
EXERCISE 12  – Animal and plant cell structure Label the parts of both animal and plant cells. Animal Cells 1. Rough ER 9. Cell membrane  2. Mito chondria  10. Mirco tubles 3. Centriole  11. Nucleus  4. Microtubules 12. Nucleaopore  5. Vacuole 13. Golgi body  6. Nucleoplasm 14. Nucleus envelpe 7. Nucleolus 15. Smooth  ER 8. Lysosome 16. Ribosome ©  Access Learning Systems
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Lab Report – Page 9   Plant Cell 1. Ribosomes  10. Cell wall  2. Chlosoplast  11. Plasma membrane 3. Peroxisome  12. Microtubules 4. Nucleous  13. Outer nucleus  5. Nucleoplasm 14. Golgi body 6. Nuclear envelope  15. Rough endoplasmic reticulum 7. Amyloplast 16. Ribosome 8. Vacuolar membrane  17. Cytoplasm  9. Central vacuole  ©  Access Learning Systems
Lab Report – Page 10   Summary Questions 1. Describe the function of each of the following microscope parts:
Objective lens For maginifaction viewing  Condenser
Revolving nosepiece
Fine adjustment knob
Coarse adjustment knob
2. Describe the proper procedure for preparing a wet mount.
3. Explain how the microscope is used as an instrument of measurement.
4. Determine the magnification of a microscope which has an eyepiece lens (10X) and an objective lens (10X).
5. Name three structures common to all cells.
6. State three postulates of cell theory.
7. What percentage or fraction of the field of view is occupied by a 500  μ m long specimen being viewed under low power (100X)?
8. Compare magnification, resolving power, and contrast.
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Lab Report – Page 11   9. A specimen fills 1/3 of the field of view under high power (400X).  What is the specimen size in  µ m? m
10. If you are observing an onion epidermal cell under the microscope and the whole image is very pale, what might you  do to improve the contrast?
11. Compare the size of bacteria cells you observed with human cheek cells and  Elodea  cells.
12. Name three differences between animal and plant cells.
13. Do  all  living plant cells contain chloroplasts?
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