Question: A. EFFECT OF OSMOSIS ON ANIMAL CELLS Sheep Blood Provides Excellent Cells For Use In Osmosis Experiments Because The Cells Are Simple And Abundant (about 5 Billion Per Milliliter). Sheep Blood Cells Lack The Nucleus And Organelles Of Other Cells, So Are Basically Membranes Surrounding A Bag Of Hemoglobin. 1. EFFECT OF TONICITY ON SHEEP RED BLOOD CELLS …

Question: A. EFFECT OF OSMOSIS ON ANIMAL CELLS Sheep Blood Provides Excellent Cells For Use In Osmosis Experiments Because The Cells Are Simple And Abundant (about 5 Billion Per Milliliter). Sheep Blood Cells Lack The Nucleus And Organelles Of Other Cells, So Are Basically Membranes Surrounding A Bag Of Hemoglobin. 1. EFFECT OF TONICITY ON SHEEP RED BLOOD CELLS …

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A. EFFECT OF OSMOSIS ON ANIMAL CELLS Sheep blood provides excellent cells for use in osmosis experiments because the cells are simple and abundant (about 5 billion per milliliter). Sheep blood cells lack the nucleus and organelles of other cells, so are basically membranes surrounding a bag of hemoglobin. 1. EFFECT OF TONICITY ON SHEEP RED BLOOD CELLS Procedure 1. Obtain 3 test tubes, label them 1, 2 and 3, and place them into a test tube rack. 2. Fill each with 5 ml of the appropriate NaCl solution as listed in table 2. ie. -add 5 ml of 0.9% NaCl to tube #1 -add 5 ml of deionize H20 to tube #2 -add 5 ml of 10% NaCi to tube #3 3. Carefully add 3 drops of blood to tube #1. 4. Mix it for 60 seconds in front of a printed piece of paper in good light. if the cells burst (lyse) due to osmotic movement of water into the cell, the solution will become transparent and you will be able to see the print while looking through the test tube. 5. Record whether or not lysis (bursting) occurred in Table 2. 7. Go on to test tubes #2 and #3 and do the same procedure Table 2: Effect of Tonicity on Red Blood Celis Tube # Contents Tonicity of Lysis (y/n) Explanation (in terms of osmosis) solution 1 0.9% NaCI IN DI H2O (0% NaCI) 3 10% NaCl 2. EFFECT OF TONICITY ON THE APPEARANCE OF RED BLOOD CELLS Procedure: 1. Remove a drop of solution from test tube #1 above, using a long skinny pasteur pipette, and place it on a microscope slide. Dont forget the coverslip! Examine the cells under the microscope using the 40X objective. 2. Remove a drop of solution from test tube #2, place it on a slide and examine it under the microscope. Do you see any cells? 3. Remove a drop of solution from test tube #3 and examine it under the microscope. Compare these red blood cells to those seen in tube #1 and record your observations below. 4. Put the slides in the ‘dirty slides’ container. Table 3 : Effect of Tonicity on appearance of red blood cells Tube # Contents Tonicity of Lysis Appearance of red blood cells and solution (y/n) explanation 1 0.9% NaCl N DI H2O 10% NaCl 10 djurent has been made, you or your dental ng such request to Delta Dental at the is for your request, include the ENROL Sur claim for benefits. You or your den relevant to the claim. Upon request and rotocol, and/or explanation of the scien eferred to one of Delta Dental’s regions atental association for evaluation. You wil group health plan is subject to the Em ly ption, regardless of whether such infort 0.92 Naci plan is subject to ERISA, you may bring ast your dental plan lth Care is responsible for regulating h Id first telephone your health plan at 1 rtment. Utilizing this grievance proced pt. If you need help with a grievance is plan, or a grievance that has remaine also be eligible for an independen is ta as 1 nt has been made, you or your dental g such request to Delta Dental at the 1 for your request, include the ENROL ar claim for benefits. You or your dent levant to the claim. Upon request an otocol, and/or explanation of the scien ferred to one of Delta Dental’s regiona tal association for evaluation. You wil vo group health plan is subject to the Em tion, regardless of whether such infor Della Dental by a person who is neither 102 Nach PS SS 8 ist your dental plan 1 lth Care is responsible for regulating b sl id first telephone your health plan at 1 rtment. Utilizing this grievance proced ou. If you need help with a grievance in h plan, or a grievance that has remaine may also be eligible for an Independent of medical decisions mad na as Ent has been made you or your dental g such request to Delta Dental at the for your request, inchide the ENROL u claim for benefits. You or your dent elevant to the claim. Upon request an ptocol, and/or explanation of the scien ferred to one of Delta Dental’s regiona tal association for evaluation. You wil group health plan is subject to the Em ) tion, regardless of whether such infort Delta Dental by a person who is neither ) DIH.O inst your dental plan Alth Care is responsible for regulating b old first telephone your health plan at 1 artment. Utilizing this grievance proced rou. If you need help with a grievance in th plan, or a grievance that has remained may also be eligible for an Independent partial review of medical decisions mad coverage decisions for treatments that 3 m