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Cell Lab Worksheet

Cell Lab Worksheet

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Published by: Bri Hooker on Aug 05, 2011
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Date:___________ 
Biology Cell Lab
Student Name(s): _____________________________  _____________________________ Objective:
To observe and analyze plant and animals cells under a microscope.
Lab Materials:
Lab Coat
Goggles
Microscopes
Latex gloves
10 Glass plates (cover slips)
Medicine dropper 
Distilled water 
5 Plant samples
4 Animal samples
Iodine
Methylene blue
Colored pens or pencils
Garbage dispenser (disposal of lab materials only)
ALL STUDENTS MUST WEAR CLOSED TOE SHOES. A STUDENT WHOFAILS TO WEAR CLOSED TOE SHOES WILL NOT BE ABLE TOPARTICIPATE IN THE LAB AND WILL RECEIVE A ZERO FOR COMPLETION.Procedures:Part A: Preparing for Lab
 Before beginning the lab students should physically prepare for the lab by following these procedures:
1.Proceed to your lab station when instructed to do so wearing closed toe shoes.2.Check to make sure no materials are missing from the station. If any materials aremissing notify the teacher as soon as possible.3.Put on goggles, latex gloves and lab coat.4.Make sure to write the name(s) at the top of this worksheet.5.Listen to teacher demonstration on how to do the lab.6.Begin working on lab after instructed to do so.
Part B: Observing Plant Cells
1.Take a sample of the onion and place on the microscope slide.2.Use a medicine dropper to obtain iodine.3.Use 3 drops of iodine on the onion sample and place cover slip over it.
 
4.Place microscopic slide sample under the microscope and examine the cells at twodifferent levels.5.Sketch (in circles below) what you have seen before and after viewing thespecimen under the microscope.6.Below the picture write the magnification you viewed each image at. Make sureto use color for more detail.7.Take a sample of another plant (grass, mushrooms, dandelion, leaf) and place iton a new microscope slide.8.Use medicine dropper to obtain iodine.9.Use 3 drops of iodine on the specimen and cover it with a new cover slip.10.Place the microscopic slide sample under the microscope and examine the cell attwo different levels.11.Sketch (in circles below) what you have seen before and after viewing thespecimen under the microscope.12.Below the picture write the magnification you viewed each image at. Make sureto use color for more detail.13.Repeat steps 7- 12 by choosing another plant sample.
PLANT: _________________________ ------------------- ------------------- -------------------PLANT: _________________________ 
 
------------------- ------------------- ------------------PLANT: _________________________ ------------------- ------------------- -------------------Part C: Observing Animal Cells
1.Take a sample of the feather and place on the microscope slide.2.Use medicine dropper to obtain iodine.3.Use 3 drops of iodine on the feather sample and cover with a cover slip.4.Place microscopic slide sample under the microscope and examine the cell at twodifferent levels.5.Sketch (in circles below) what you have seen before and after placing specimenunder the microscope.6.On the line below the picture write the magnification you viewed the image at.Make sure to use color for more detail.7.Repeat steps 1-6 using two other animal samples (fish scales, dog hair, snakeskin).
ANIMAL: _________________________ 

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