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Creating Biological Drawings. Proper Biological Drawings. Name Date. Type of Cell (Total Magnification) e.g. 400 X. Note: Use blank white paper Use pencil Use a ruler No colouring No shading, use stipling No arrows Labels must line up vertically Label lines are parallel

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proper biological drawings
Proper Biological Drawings

Name

Date

Type of Cell (Total Magnification) e.g. 400 X

  • Note:
  • Use blank white paper
  • Use pencil
  • Use a ruler
  • No colouring
  • No shading, use stipling
  • No arrows
  • Labels must line up vertically
  • Label lines are parallel
  • (Label lines do NOT cross)

label 1

label 2

label 3

lab observing cells
LAB: OBSERVING CELLS

Recall: Microscope usage

Proper Biological Diagrams

Preparing Slides

Your Task: Prepare a slide and draw a proper biological diagram of each of the following cells.

lab observing cells4
LAB: OBSERVING CELLS
  • Your Task:Write a Formal Lab Report.
  • Note: Discussion questions (1 – 4) are as follows.
  • 1. What cell organelles were stained by methylene blue in cheek cells?
  • 2. What cell organelles were you unable to find? Suggest two possible reasons for
  • this.
  • 3. Describe the colour and shape of tomato chromoplasts, and their size relative to
  • the nucleus.
  • 4. Summarize in chart form the similarities and differences between plant and
  • animal cells based on what you examined in this lab. Include differences in cell
  • sizes in your answer.