Microscopic Inquiry Set Class Summary Practice Slide 1

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Microscopic Inquiry Set Class Summary / Practice

Microscopic Inquiry Set Class Summary / Practice

Slide 1. Bacillus bacteria • Does this cell have a nucleus? – no •

Slide 1. Bacillus bacteria • Does this cell have a nucleus? – no • Three distinctive features – – Single cell No nucleus Rod shape Cell walls

Slide 2. Cyanobacteria • Does this cell have a nucleus? – no • Three

Slide 2. Cyanobacteria • Does this cell have a nucleus? – no • Three distinctive features – – Single cell No nucleus Chain like shape Cell walls

Slide 3. Amoeba • Does this cell have a nucleus? – yes • Three

Slide 3. Amoeba • Does this cell have a nucleus? – yes • Three distinctive features – Single cell – has nucleus – blob shape

Slide 4. Euglena • Does this cell have a nucleus? – yes • Three

Slide 4. Euglena • Does this cell have a nucleus? – yes • Three distinctive features – – – Single cell Has a nucleus Rod shape Cell wall Flagellum

Slide 5. Privet leaf • Does this cell have a nucleus? – yes •

Slide 5. Privet leaf • Does this cell have a nucleus? – yes • Three distinctive features – – many cells Has nucleus Cell walls Layers of cells

Slide 6. Corn stem • Does this cell have a nucleus? – yes •

Slide 6. Corn stem • Does this cell have a nucleus? – yes • Three distinctive features – – Multiple cells Has a nucleus Cell walls Cells in bundles

Slide 7. Human Cheek Cell • Does this cell have a nucleus? – yes

Slide 7. Human Cheek Cell • Does this cell have a nucleus? – yes • Three distinctive features – Multiple cells – Have a nucleus – No cell walls

Slide 8. Cardiac muscle • Does this cell have a nucleus? – yes •

Slide 8. Cardiac muscle • Does this cell have a nucleus? – yes • Three distinctive features – Multiple cells – Has nucleus – Cells close together

The Case of “Reckless” Ronnie Fender-bender • Ronnie Fender-bender loves cars, but he has

The Case of “Reckless” Ronnie Fender-bender • Ronnie Fender-bender loves cars, but he has already been in several minor accidents. Recently, Ronnie brought in his 1966 Ford Thunderbird to the auto body repair shop with a massive dent in the front bumper. He told Tony, the repair technician, his insurance would cover the repair because it wasn’t his fault. He claims a deer ran in front of his car. The insurance company doesn’t believe the damage could have been done by a deer. They send Clint, a claims assessor, who collects samples from Ronnie’s bumper and labels them “unknown”. What type of cells are on the unknown slides?

The accident was so damaging it changed the kind of car!

The accident was so damaging it changed the kind of car!

Unknown #1 • What slide is this? • Is this a bacterial, protist, plant,

Unknown #1 • What slide is this? • Is this a bacterial, protist, plant, or animal cell? • How did you identify this? • How did this get on the bumper of Ronnie’s car?

Unknown #2 • What slide is this? • Is this a bacterial, protist, plant,

Unknown #2 • What slide is this? • Is this a bacterial, protist, plant, or animal cell? • How did you identify this? • How did this get on the bumper of Ronnie’s car?

Unknown #3 • What slide is this? • Is this a bacterial, protist, plant,

Unknown #3 • What slide is this? • Is this a bacterial, protist, plant, or animal cell? • How did you identify this? • How did this get on the bumper of Ronnie’s car?