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OTHER LIVING THINGS BESIDES PLANTS AND ANIMALS

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by Sherryl Buella on 25 September 2012

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Transcript of OTHER LIVING THINGS BESIDES PLANTS AND ANIMALS

OTHER LIVING THINGS
BESIDES PLANTS
AND ANIMALS What makes up
the living world? animals animals
and
plants groups of
fungi
(mushrooms) algae
"lumot" bacteria We are all
a part
of this living
world. ACTIVITY 3.
What Do These Living Things Look Like Under the Microscope 1. Get a small part
of the white,
cottony growth
on the
decomposing banana/
bread mold/
lumot
and bacterial colony
on the potato Materials Needed:
slides and cover slips
dissecting needle
(may be improvised)
dropper
cotton, gauze or clean
absorbent cloth
clean water PROCEDURE:
1. Get a small part of the white,
cottony growth on the decomposing banana/bread mold/lumot and bacterial colony on the potato. 2. Spread it with a needle
until only a thin layer
is on the middle
of the glass slide. 3. With a dropper,
wet the spot
with a drop of water. 4. Cover with the cover slip
by putting down
one side first
and gently laying down the cover slip
until it is flat over the specimen Materials Needed:
slides and cover slips
dissecting needle
(may be improvised)
dropper
cotton, gauze or clean
absorbent cloth
clean water 5. Place it on the microscope stage just under the LPO
Q1. draw what you see.






6. Focus until clear, then shift to the HPO.
Q2. Draw what you see.





Q3. Describe what you see under the LPO and HPO.









Q4. Label the parts based on a reference photo or drawing your teacher shows you.
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