PLANT LAB SLIDES - PBworks

PLANT LAB SLIDES - PBworks

PLANT LAB SLIDES Lab #7 Plant Cells Purpose: 1. Observe root and leaf cells 2. Identify and label parts of plant cells

2 Lab #7 Plant Cells Goals Observe and identify structure of plant cells. Elodea

Sketch two magnifications (1/4 page each) Identify and label cell structures Lily Leaf and Stem Sketch low and high power (1/4 page) Identify and label cell structures 3

Cross Section of a Lily Stem Vascular Bundle in Lily Stem

Lab #7 Plant Cells Goals 1. Label Elodea leaf cell sketch with the following parts: Cell membrane, cell wall, chloroplast, cytoplasm. 2. Root cells and structures: Onion Review high and medium power

Sketch one power (1/4 page) Identify and label cell structures I WILL STAMP Potato LABELED View and Sketch medium power. SKETCHES

Label any biomolecule that you observe. 2. Complete data tables. 3. Complete post lab questions. 7

9 LAB #7 Analysis Questions Label the following sketches: A. Elodea cytoplasm, cell wall, cell membrane, chloroplast B. Onion cytoplasm, cell wall, cell membrane, nucleus

C. Potato label the biomolecule you see in the cell 1. The green oval shaped organelles are called chloroplasts. Describe the shape and location of chloroplasts. Why were no chloroplasts found in the onion cells? 2. Create a diagram (box and T chart, Venn diagram, double bubble map) to show the differences and similarities between the onion cells and the elodea cells. 3. Create a diagram (box and T chart, Venn diagram, double bubble map) to show

the differences and similarities between the plant animal cells (go back to lab # 4 as a reference).

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