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Microscope portfolio

Microscope Portfolio

NAME:

Date Started:


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TEMPLATE

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Station 1

Station #1

  • How is genetic information inherited in humans?

    • Is the offspring an exact copy? Why?

    • HINT: Human Inheritance

  • How is genetic information inherited in budding?

    • Is the offspring an exact copy? Why?

    • HINT: Budding


Station 1 answers

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Station 2

Station #2

  • What do these slides have in common? (NOT THAT THEY’RE MOUTHS!)

  • Consider some factors why the mouthparts would be different in these insects?

  • Do they all serve the same purpose?

  • HINT:

    • Honey Bee

    • House Fly

    • Grasshopper


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    Station 3

    Station #3

    • Find and take a photo of the different phases of cell division; label each photo

      • Interphase

      • Prophase

      • Metaphase

      • Anaphase

      • Telophase

      • Cytokinesis

      • (HINT: Pages 245- 248)


    Station 3 answers

    Station #3 Answers

    • Completed by taking photos in next 4 slides


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    Station 4

    Station #4

    • Compare the cornea of the insect to that of a human.

      • HINT: Cornea Function

    • In higher functioning organisms, how is vision attained by the compound eye? (The process of sight.)

      • HINT: Human Vision Diagram


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    Station #4 Answers

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    Station 5

    Station #5

    • What diseases does the mosquito carry?

      • HINT: Mosquito Carried Diseases

    • What is the frequency of Malaria in Africa?

      • What are some preventative measures to combat this disease?

      • HINT: Malaria Statistics


    Station 5 answers

    Station #5 Answers

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    Station 6

    Station #6

    • What do all these slides have in common?

      • (HINT: Pages 192-193 in text)

    • What level of cell specialization are they?

      • (HINT: Pages 192-193 in text)

    • What body systems are associated with these slides?

      • (HINT: Pgs. 897-903, 926-931, 933-936 in text)

    • Give an example of an organ found in each body system.

      • (HINT: Pgs. 892-893 in text)


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    Station 7

    Station #7

    • What is a linking factor between these three slides?

    • What area of the body does each infect?

      • What is a disease of sickness associated with each of these organisms?

      • T. cruzi

      • Nematoda

      • Trichinella


    Station 7 answers

    Station #7 Answers

    • A:

    • A:

      • T. cruzi:

      • Nematoda:

      • Trichinella:

    • A:

      • T. cruzi:

      • Nematoda:

      • Trichinella:


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    Station 8

    Station #8

    • Is this a plant or animal cell? How can you tell?

      • (HINT: Pg. 175 in text)

    • List the organelles commonly associated with this cell type.

      • (HINT: Pg. 175 in text)

    • What is the largest species of tree in existence?

      • What is the scientific name of this tree?

        • HINT: Largest Tree and its scientific name


    Station 81

    Station #8

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    Station 9

    Station #9

    • Which of these is a prokaryote?

      • How can you tell?

      • (HINT: Pgs. 172-173 in text)

    • Which is the eukaryote?

      • How can you tell?

      • (HINT: Pgs. 172- 173 in text)

  • Give an example of a prokaryote and a eukaryote

    • (HINT: Pgs. 172-173 in text)


  • Station 9 answers

    Station #9 Answers

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  • Prokaryote Example:

  • Eukaryote Example:


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    Station 10

    Station #10

    • Using the given iodine solution, stain a piece of celery and make a slide from it.

    • Write down observations you see.


    Station 10 answers

    Station #10 Answers

    • Followed given staining procedure

    • A:


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    INSERT YOUR STAINED CELERY SLIDE

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    Station 11

    Station #11

    • Take a piece of a leaf and create a wet mount slide of it.

    • While under a light, observe what you see and record these observations.

    • Is there anything moving? What process could be happening?

      • (HINT: Pg. 180 in text)


    Station 11 answers

    Station #11 Answers

    • Made a proper wet mount slide

    • A:

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    Station 12

    Station #12

    • Observe the movement of the algae

    • What organelle inside them makes them green?

    • Given this, what assumptions can you make about the organelles within the algae?

      • (HINT: Pg. 180 in text)

    • What is an algal bloom and how are they detrimental to lake/ pond ecosystems?

      • HINT: Harmful Algal Blooms Info


    Station 12 answers

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    Station 13

    Station #13

    • In section 7-1 in your biology book, you will find the different types of microscopes used in the world today.

      • (HINT: Pgs. 169-172 in text)

    • Make a list and provide a brief description of these microscopes.


    Station 13 answer

    Station #13 Answer

    • List of Types and Descriptions:


    Station 14

    Station #14

    • Take a pipette filled with pond water and deliver it into a Petri dish.

    • Place the Petri dish under the dissection scope and observe.

    • Record what you see (organisms, movement, etc.)

    • Which famous pioneer in the field of cell’s experiment have you just replicated? (HINT: Chapter 7 in your text)


    Station 14 answers

    Station #14 Answers

    • Delivered pond water into Petri dish

    • Completed by answer below

    • A:

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    Station 15

    Station #15

    • Using the dissection scope and the given dichotomous key, classify this organism down to its genus.

      • (HINT: Blue Post It note in Field Guide)

    • What is this organism?


    Station 15 answer

    Station #15 Answer

    • Organism’s Common Name:

      • A:

    • Organism’s Scientific Name:

      • A:


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