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    The organisms used in this lab are the Ascomycota fungi Sordaria fimicola. S. fimicola is made of haploid cells in a hyphae. A diploid cell is formed when two haploid nuclei bud off of the hyphae. This diploid cell then undergoes meiosis and mitosis forming eight haploid cells called a tetrad. The cells develop within an ascospore, and a group of ascospores is an ascus. An perithecia contains the asci (Glase, 1995). S. fimicola have a unique feature in their meiotic process which easily lends…

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    Tap Water History

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    History All plants need water, but plants may prefer one type of water over another. There are two main types of water, tap water and rainwater, and each type of water has its pros and cons. Different plants need different amounts of water. Along with that, some plants also need water more frequently. This writing is going to explain about how plants prefer one type of water over another. There are many chemicals added to tap water. The uses of these chemicals is to disintegrate any dirt in the…

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    Mitochondrion

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    Mitochondrion are made of two membranes. The outer membrane covers the organelle and acts as a layer of skin, whereas the inner membrane constantly folds over and creates layered structures called Cristae (The constant folding increases the surface area of the organelle). And the fluid inside the organelle is called the matrix. The matrix carry the specific DNA and ribosomes for the mitochondria, because the organelle carries its own DNA. Site of aerobic respiration and provides energy (ATP) to…

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    Mitochondria

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    In the cell, you have a vast majority of organelles that perform as needed today to support it. These organelles must go by a certain way of processing each of its duties to keep it alive and healthy. It’s like an auto body factory. When one thing goes wrong it causes problems throughout the entire cell. This could cause major discrepancies and dysfunctions that would most likely cause the human body to shut down due to illness, sickness, disease or more severely, death. So it’s a must these…

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    JAA Model

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    Leslie Banesa Lopez Professor Charles Hart Biol 1101L 10Sept. 2016 JAA Q #1: What is the species name of the model/study organism? A: The species name of the green house whitefly is Trialeurodes vaporariorum. Q #2: What is one piece of interesting information found in the introduction? A: The most interesting part I found in the introduction was that almost all entomopathogenic fungal products contain conidia (asexual spores of a fungi) as an active ingredient. This type of production takes…

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    Layers of Epidermis: 1. Stratum basale: The stratum basale or stratum germinativum is a continuous layer which gives rise to keratinocytes. It is usually described as one cell thick .this is the base or bottom made of living cuboidal keratinocytes that undergo cell division (mitosis ) they also have melanocytes that make melanin( dark pigment ). 2. Stratum Spinosum: the stratum spinosum or prickle cell layer is so called because the cells are given a spiny appearance by the numerous desmosomes…

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    Elodea Experiment

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    There were five cells observed while conducting the experiment. The five cells consisted of cardiac muscle, elodea (a plant), paramecium (a protist), rhizopus stolonifer (bread mold, a fungus), and Bacterial cells (bacilli). Each cell was observed under high power lens (except for rhizopus stolonifer) with a total magnification of 400μm and a dFOV of 400μm. The estimated object size, scale bar, and drawing magnification of each cell was found except for cardiac muscle. Each cell appeared much…

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    Centriole Research Paper

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    Centriole (E) Their structure is a small network of protein fibers which are not surrounded by a membrane but are located in an area of the cell called the centrosome. The centriole has its appearance and structure the way it is because its arrangements must be a circular and the triplet fibers that it’s made out of will eventually create a shape that is similar to a barrel when it it is arranged. One of their main function is to contribute/help with processes that involve cellular activities.…

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    Flatworm Essay

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    There are numerous differences between flatworms, roundworms, and segmented worms, both externally and internally. Flatworms is part of the phylum named Platyhelminthes, that is part of kingdom Animalia. They are usually soft and flat, and they also have internal organ systems and tissues. Flatworms are the simplest organisms that have three embryonic germ layers, are bilaterally symmetrical, and have the feature of cephalization. Cephalization is the concentration of sensory organs and some…

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    Endoplasmic Reticulum

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    “I'm super nervous to meet the coach today” she says. She drives to practice. She meets the coach Bob. She thinks in the head the coach is kinda like the chromosomes because they teach you information about softball and how to hit a softball and catch a ball. The chromosomes In the cell Helps direct cell activity and stores necessary information for building proteins. “We are going to run a baseline drill” the coach says. (The girl) says to her friends “ isn't the baseline a little bit like the…

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