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Assignment: SCIE207 Phase 2 Lab Report

Title: Animal and Plant Cell Structures

Instructions: Your lab report will consist of the completed tables. Label each structure of the plant and animal cell with its description and function in the tables provided.

When your lab report is complete, post it in Submitted Assignment files.

1. Animal Cell: Observe the diagram showing the components of an animal cell. Using the textbook and virtual library resources, fill in the following table:

Animal Cell

|Number |Cell Structure |Description and Function |
|1 | Nuclear pore |Microscopic channels allow certain materials in and |
| | |out of nucleus |
|2 |Chromatin (DNA) |Made up of DNA/protein. pkgs. DNA into smaller volume|
| | |to fit in cell and serves as mechanism to control |
| | |expression and DNA replication |
|3 |nucleolus |Synthesizes components of ribosomes |
|4 |Nuclear envelope |Regulates movement of materials in and out of the |
| | |nucleus |
|5 |nucleus |Container for chromosomes |
|6…...

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