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Exp 2.1 (Form 4)

Exp 2.1 (Form 4)

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Studying the structure of animal and plant cell
Studying the structure of animal and plant cell

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Published by: IMELDA on Jul 03, 2013
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2.1 Studying the structure of animal and plant cell
Problem statement:
What are the structures found in animal and plant cells?Hypothesis:Certain structure can be found in animal cell only while certain structure canbe found in plant cell only.Variables:a) Manipulated variable: Type of cellsb) Responding variable: Structure of cellsc) Constant variable: Quantity of reagentApparatus and materials:Onion bulb, iodine solution, methylene blue solution, distilled water, glassslides, cover slips, a light microscope, scalpel, a pair of forceps, glassdropper, toothpick, mounting needle and filter paper.Procedure:1.Prepare a slide of epidermal cells from an onion using the following steps:(P1)a)Use a scalpel to cut a piece of onion scale measuring 1 cm X 1 cm.b)Use a pair of forceps to strip the epidermis layer.c)Put a drop of water onto the middle of the slide and place theepidermis on the drop of water.d)With the help of mounting needle, cover the slide with a cover slip at45
angle and observe it under a light microscope.2.Put a drop of iodine on one side of the cover slip. Put a piece of filterpaper at the opposite side of the cover slip to draw the iodine in to stainthe cells. (P1, P2)3.Use a piece of filter paper to absorb the excess iodine solution. (P5)4.Examine the slide under a light microscope using the low power objectivelens and then the high power objective lens. (P3)5.Draw and label your observation. Record the magnification used.6.Prepare another slide of animal cells, scrape the inside of the cheek with aclean toothpick and mount it on a slide with a drop of methylene bluesolution. (P1)7.Repeat step 4 and 5. (P4)
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