Make a transparency of "Magnifying Cells" page.
Why raise vinegar flies? To observe their development, to observe the chromosomes of their salivary glands during division, to perform experiments on genetics, finally as food for amphibians that have just completed their metamorphosis.
In this case it is necessary to breed a species that can't fly. You can obtain individuals with vestigial wings wings which are not fully developed at a university Biology or natural sciences department. Culture medium recipe for drosophila: Nipagin M is used as a preservative in foods and cosmetics, like agar-agar, you can buy it at the stores that sell science items for laboratories.
Mix the yeast and the sugar, add agar-agar and water and simmer for 3 minutes.
Turn off the heat. Dissolve the nipagin in alcohol and add to the rest when it has stopped smoking. Mix and let it set.
You can find other recipes at the following websites: For people who own amphibians, it is an important source of food.
Making such a farm is very easy. You have to simply make a heap of soil and mix some cut grass and other kitchen vegetable scraps and fruit. This culture does not need special care, except for keeping it humid, watering at least every two days in summer.
Once in a while, add other vegetable waste and every two weeks mix the heap with a shovel. You can observe earthworms' digestive and circulatory systems by dissecting them.
Do not believe you will immediately have these beautiful insects, in fact for most of the time you will have to raise caterpillars and preserve pupae. Only at the end will you have butterflies. To culture these pretty insects, you first have to read texts about lepidoptera and practice in the field.
In this way you will learn how to find butterfly eggs, to raise caterpillars and to keep pupae, waiting for the butterfly to emerge.
Usually, butterflies prefer one or a few kinds of plants called hostplants. Caterpillars feed only on these plants and it is only on these that the adult female lays her eggs. So, in order to find the eggs of a given species of butterfly it is necessary to know which are its hostplants and when they lay eggs.
You should breed caterpillars in well ventilated cages. They have to be closed with mosquito net to avoid predators figure In fact, many bugs lay their eggs in the body of caterpillars.
You have to feed your caterpillars with fresh leafy branches of the host plant.
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To do this you can pot these plants and insert them in the cage, or you can insert the cage over a branch without cutting it from the plant. If this is not possible, cover a branch of the plant with a cloth bag including the caterpillars.The fast growing roots of plants have cells which actively divide.
Observe with a compound microscope the apex of an onion, garlic, or bean root. You can observe cells and their chromosomes in various stages of the cellular division, or mitosis.
Disccusion: In our experiment, in order to achieved our objective which are to observe and determine cellular repiration in yeast/onion cells, we have to measured respiration rate using different substrates and we also have to measure respiration rates at different temperatures in Task 1, Task 2, Task 3.
(These cells from the outer cell layer of the onion bulb segment are likely to contain clear crystals, which are not included in the table.) If the slide you stained has abundant cell divisions, use it to observe cells. Otherwise, use the prepared slide.
In the previous laboratory, you learned how to determine gamete and offspring. Biology CP – Curriculum Pacing Guide – Anderson School District Five 4 Content Areas Unit 3 – Photosynthesis and Cellular Respiration Pacing 8 days Conceptual Understanding H.B.3A Cells transform energy that organisms need to perform essential life functions through a complex sequence of reactions in which chemical energy is transferred from one system of .
Cellular respiration that uses O2 is called aerobic respiration. Most of the time, the cells in our bodies use aerobic respiration: When oxygen is not available, cells use anaerobic processes to produce ATP.
(The "an" in front of aerobic means "not aerobic".) Under anaerobic conditions, many cells use a process called fermentation to make ATP. Observing Cellular Respiration in Yeast Objective: Observe cell respiration in yeast.
Background: Respiration is the process by which cells take in oxygen and release carbon dioxide and energy.