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    Plant Cell Experiment

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    understand the cell. The students will understand the characteristics of the Cell. 2. Describe background information from your lab manual or other references? Amylopast: An organelle in some plant cells that stores the waste of the cell. Cell membrane: thin layer of protein outside of cell that protects the whole structure. Cell Wall: can be found only in plant cells, provides more protection to the cell. Centrosome: helps the cell divide. Cytoplasm: organelles are located within this jelly-like structure. Golgi Body: produces membranes that surround the lysosomes. Lysosome: enzymes that digest cell nutrients. Mitochondrion:…

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    Includ Plant Cells

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    Plant cells are eukaryotic cells, or cells with a membrane-bound nucleus. Unlike prokaryotic cells, the DNA in a plant cell is housed within the nucleus. In addition to having a nucleus, plant cells also contain other membrane-bound organelles, or tiny cellular structures, that carry out specific functions necessary for normal cellular operation. Organelles have a wide range of responsibilities that include everything from producing hormones and enzymes to providing energy for a plant cell.…

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    Observation of plant and animal cells through a light microscope. A cell is the most basic structure of any living organism and is capable of independently reproducing. Cells can be grouped into two categories, prokaryotic and eukaryotic. In a eukaryotic cell there are small organelles that carry out specific functions which can be compared to the organs in the human body. Some of these organelles include the nucleus, which holds the cells DNA, mitochondria, which produce ATP from glucose and…

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    Running head: DIFFERENCES OF ANIMAL CELLS VS. PLANT CELLS Differences of Animal Cells Vs. Plant Cells Hosheni Lakeraj Hudson County Community College DIFFERENCES OF ANIMAL CELLS VS. PLANT CELLS A plant cell is a eukaryotic cell, which is basically a membrane-bound nucleus. The DNA is located in a plant cell which is contained in the nucleus. Along with having a nucleus, plant cells have membrane-bound organelles. These organelles are accountable for constructing hormones and…

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    Solute Plant Cells

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    With a cell inside of a hypotonic solution, the amount of a solute outside of the cell is less than the amount of solute inside the cell. The cell has more of the solute on the inside, which means the water will move into the cell. Water will move by osmosis to the area of greater solute concentration in order to balance the amount of solute and water. If a cell receives too much water as a result of a hypotonic environment, it may lyse, or burst, because of the influx of water. Plant cells…

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    town I can get farther than just the nucleus. To start off, I am going to start with the one in charge of the whole cell or town. The one that is in charge of the cell is the nucleus. In a town it is the mayor or the town hall. There is a reason why I way that is because the mayor makes the laws in the town hall, so basically the mayor is the nucleolus and the town hall is the nucleus.…

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    eukaryotic cells and is a very important part. The function of the nucleus is to be the control center of the cell and contains most of the cells DNA. Chromatin and chromosomes are also contained within the nucleus. The nucleolus is a small, dense region that is located at the center of the nucleus. The nucleolus' function is to make ribosomes, "the beginning". The nuclear envelope is made up of two membranes, which surround the nucleus. The nuclear envelope has small openings all across it…

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    “No!” the king's wife cried. “My husband has fallen upon the ground, dead! Oh, how could this ever happen to me! What have I done wrong!” How would you feel if I told you that this dramatic play had something to do with a plant cell? Well, first off, it’s not just dramatic plays, any play will do. Secondly, there are a lot of organelles in a plant cell so I will just be stating the organelles that I think best correspond with different parts needed to produce a play. This piece of writing will…

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    contrast: Plant & Animal cells. Although plant and animal cells contain numerous similarities, they also feature prevalent significant differences. Animal and plant cells not only have functional differences but also have structural differences. Plant and animal cells both have a nucleus which is the control centre of the cell, it controls how the cell develops and how it reproduces. DNA is the genetic makeup of a cell, organ and body systems, the DNA in a cell is held and organised into…

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    Photosynthesis Lab Report

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    epidermis, cell wall, guard cell, stoma, chloroplast, palisade cells, mesophyll cells, sieve plate, nucleus, sheath cell, xylem, and intercellular space b. The nucleus of a cell contains all of the DNA information of that cell. DNA is stored as chromatin in the nucleus. Without this information and the nucleus, cell replication and all activity in the cell would not be possible. Chloroplasts are plastids that contain chlorophyll and house photosynthesis (Investigating Plant Cells 4). They…

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