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Test Upload Week 1

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Test Upload Week 1 Test 101

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Michaela H
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This 2 page Class Notes was uploaded by Isett Notetaker on Monday August 29, 2016. The Class Notes belongs to Test 101 at University of Alabama - Tuscaloosa taught by Michaela H in Fall 2016. Since its upload, it has received 3 views.


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Date Created: 08/29/16
Rodriguez 1 Isett Rodriguez Dr.Waldron DE Anatomy 23 September 2015 Lab: Onion Root Tips Materials:  ­ HCl acid ­ Carnoy ­ Onion Root Trips in Ethanol  ­ Tweezers ­ Measuring cup ­ Microscope ­ Paper Towels ­ Water ­ Microscopic slide ­ Toluidine Blue ­ Microscopic slide cover  In this lab we observed the mitosis of onion root tips. We filled a measuring cup of to 2 mL  of HCl acid and another one up to 2 mL of carnoy. After we used the tweezers to get 1 root tip  from the ethanol and put it in the measuring cup of HCl acid. After letting it sit for 4 minutes we  switched it to the measuring cup of carnoy. for another 4 minutes. Using a paper towel, we then  dried it. We later cleaned the root tip of carnoy with drops of water. Once the previous  procedures were done we put the onion root tip on a slide and added 2 drop of toluidine blue and  added the slide cover. Lastly we examined it using the microscope at 400x magnification.  Mitosis is simply the duplication of a cell and all of its parts. It is composed of 5 stages:  prophase, metaphase, anaphase, telophase, and interphase. During prophase the DNA is  duplicated. In metaphase the DNA aligns itself to prepare for the big split. The centrioles connect Rodriguez 2 to the DNA using tubules and the DNA condenses into chromosomes. Next comes anaphase, in  which the cell begins to separate by pulling half the chromosomes to opposite ends. After it  moves on to telophase where the cytoplasm also splits up and the cell membrane closes in so that there are 2 new identical daughter cells. Lastly, interphase is the normal state of a cell before it  undergoes mitosis. 


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