Experiment 1: Viewing Preserved Species of Protists
In this lab you will look at preserved specimen slides of the Protist kingdom.
While examining the slides, pay close attention to the individual characteristics of
each organism (i.e. flagella, color, et
Experiment 1: Identifying Cell Structures
The structure of a cell dictates the majority of its function. You will view a
selection of slides that exhibit unique structures that contribute to tissue function.
Onion Root (Allium) Digital Slide Ima
Experiment 2: Virtual Microscope
Virtual Microscope on Student Portal
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Exercise 1: Safety Contract
eScience Labs feels confident that with the knowledge of the safety procedures you
will be able to create and maintain a safe laboratory experience. With your
cooperation you will be able to eliminate, prevent, and correct poss
1. Based on the scientific name Streptococcus agalactiae, what morphology would
you expect these cells to have?
Based on the name I would expect it to be spherical (Cocci)
2. Name at least three animal structures that would be analogous
Experiment 3: The Importance of Cell Cycle Control
Some environmental factors can cause genetic mutations that result in a lack of
proper cell cycle control (mitosis). When this happens, the possibility for
uncontrolled cell growth occurs. In some instanc
Experiment 2: Effect of
Temperature on Enzyme Activity
Yeast cells contain catalase, an enzyme
which helps convert hydrogen peroxide to
water and oxygen. This enzyme is very
significant as hydrogen peroxide can be toxic
to cells if allowed to accumulate.
Animal Physiology Lab Report
Complete the report either during or after the Virtual Frog Dissection.
1. Fill in the blanks next to the terms on the left, to provide the function of each item.
Experiment 2: Viewing Live Specimens
While observing the protists, you will notice that each member will exhibit
different types of locomotion, speed, etc. You will observe a slowing reagent in
part of the lab to get a better look at the fast moving proti
1. What should you always wear to protect your eyes when you are in the chemistry
laboratory? Safety Glasses
2. Should you add acid to water or water to acid?
Always add acids to water
3. Where should you dispose of broken glass?
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