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Venn Diagram comparing Prokaryotic to Eukaryotic Cells

Label and color the two cells:  if they have a cell membrane, flagella, nucleoid region, nucleus, cytoplasm, ribosome, cell wall or mitochondria.

 

On the second page, write down the features both types of cells have in common and the features of each type of cell that are different using the work you completed on prokaryotic and eukaryotic cells.

Two Experiments, September 12

Do water molecules move?  Write your claim

 

2 Experiments

 

1) Put water in a clear glass and set on a flat surface.  When still, add one to two drops of food color to the water (as close to the surface as possible).  Check to see what happens, every three minutes.  Write down your observations each time you check.  You can draw a model of what happened to the food color.  Collect data for 10 minutes.

 

2)  Place a shallow bowl or cup of water on a flat surface.  When still, add ground pepper to the surface.  Write down or model what the pepper flakes do.  Then, using a toothpick or paperclip end, dip the end into dish soap (just need a little bit; not a big drop).  Place the end with the dish soap into the pepper flakes.  Write down your observations.

 

Analyze your results to determine if you have enough evidence to support your claim.  Then, based on what you know and what you saw, write a conclusion that includes your reasoning about how the evidence supports your claim. 

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