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PRACTICAL REPORTS

BASIC OF BIOLOGY
THE SHAPE AND THE STRUCTURE OF CELLS









By
Name : Bella Rhea Lavifa Sanjaya
NIM : 120210153038



BASIC OF BIOLOGY LABORATORY
TEACHER TRAINING AND SCIENCE EDUCATION FACULTY
UNIVERSITY OF JEMBER
2012
I. TITLE : The Shape and Structure of Cells

II. PURPOSE:
1. Explaining the structure of animal cells and plant cells.
2. Describing the various shape of cells.

III. BASIC TEORY
Campbell
The cells http://web.jjay.cuny.edu/~acarpi/NSC/13-cells.htm
Excell at cells http://library.thinkquest.org/5420/cellwhat.html

IV. RESEARCH METHODS
4.1 Tools and Materials
4.1.1 Tools
1. Microscope
2. The object glass and cover glass
3. Pipette
4. Beaker glass
5. New razor
6. Lap of the shirts fabric
7. Scalpel
4.1.2 Materials
1. Epithelial cells of the oral
2. Onion bulbs
3. The fiber of Ceiba petendra
4. Leaf blade of plant
5. Leaf blade of grass
6. The maristem tissue of plant
7. Cross section of stem
8. Water
9. Alcohol 70%
10. Methilen blue
11. Suction paper
4.2 Employment Schemes
a. Observed the animal cells ( materials : epithelial cells of the oral)
b. Observed the plant cells ( materials : onion bulbs)
c. Observed the plant cells (materials : fiber of Ceiba petandra)
d.
V. THE RESULT OF OBSERVATION
VI. DISCUSSION
Observations made using animal cells of oral epithelium. epithelium were
performed in this experiment include flat epithelium that serves as protector. used in
this observation at 400X magnification microscope. the parts that appear in epithelial
cells of the oral cavity is mebran cell, cytoplasm and cell INTU / nucleus. cell
membrane is a layer that protects the cell and the cytoplasm and serves as the entry
and exit of substances that are needed and unneeded cells. cytoplasm is a fluid
encased by the cell plasma membrane that serves as a solvent for chemical
substances as well as a medium for chemical reactions the cell. cell nucleus / nucleus
is the organelle found in eukaryotic cells, the main function of the nucleus is to
maintain the integrity of genes and control cell activity by managing gene expression.

VII. CONCLUSION
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http://kentsimmons.uwinnipeg.ca/cm1504/15lab42006/lb4pg5.htm
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http://www.emc.maricopa.edu/faculty/farabee/biobk/biobookanimalts.html
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http://users.rcn.com/jkimball.ma.ultranet/BiologyPages/A/AnimalTissues.html
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http://kentsimmons.uwinnipeg.ca/cm1504/15lab42006/lb4pg5.htm