Exercise 8 Content
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After completing this lab, the students will be able to:
- know the similarities and the difference between Prokaryotic and Eukaryotic cells.
- recognize the typical structures found in bacteria.
- recognize the typical structure found in protists.
- recognize the typical structure found in animal cells.
- recognize the typical structure found in plant cells.
- Identify the major components of each type of cell and describe the function of each.
Read the following materials before you begin the experiment.
- Cell Structure (Openstax)
- 4.1Studying Cells
- 4.2Prokaryotic Cells
- 4.3Eukaryotic Cells
- 4.4The Endomembrane System and Proteins
- 4.5The Cytoskeleton
- 4.6Connections between Cells and Cellular Activities
- Key Terms
- Chapter Summary
2. Module 4: Cell Structure and Function (Lumen Learning)
3. Module 5: Cell Structure and Function: Cell Diversity (Lumen Learning)
4. Chapter 6 Prokaryotic Cells (Hostos Community College)
5. Eukaryotic Cells (Hostos Community College)
6. Cells Lab (contains 6 slides)
7. Collection of diagrams, anatomy models, and slides of Prokaryotic and Eukaryotic cells in PDF. You can download in the link below.
Watch the following videos on the scientific method before you start the lab activity.
- Open the link Organelle Slides (http://medcell.med.yale.edu/histology/cell_lab.php) and set up in study mode. Then, click the following links below to study parts of the cell:
- Cell Membrane
- Euchromatin and Heterochromatin
- Rough Endoplasmic Reticulum
- Rough Endoplasmic Reticulum EM
- Smooth Endoplasmic Reticulum
- Smooth Endoplasmic Reticulum EM
- Golgi EM
- Secretory Granules
- Secretory Granules EM
- Prometaphase and Metaphase
2. Cell alive animation.
- Click on Eukaryotic Cell Organelles or Prokaryotic Cell Model to start.
- Then click Start the animation button.
- Choose Animal cell or Plant cell to begin by clicking the words in green color.
- Now you can explore the organelles with your cursor.
3. Observing Elodea, Cheek cells, Euglena, and three types of Bacteria.
Please download Quick Time to run the full features of this tutorial.
Here is the link to download quick time:
4. Virtual microscope with Cheek cells slides, Onion root tip slide, E-letter slide, and Bacteria capsule slide.
You need to turn on the flash player on your computer to run the full feature of this material.
- Worksheet for animal cell
- Worksheet for plant cell
- Worksheet for bacterial cell