Essay Lab Report - Plant and Animal Tissues

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Name: DELA PEÑA, REVEN BRYAN E. Date Performed: JULY 15, 2013
Student #: 2013 - 51300 Date Submitted: JULY 22, 2013
Exercise No. 4
Plant and Animal Tissues I. Objectives:
Plant Tissues a. Illustrate, describe, and differentiate the various types of tissues characteristic of vascular plants b. Illustrate and describe how tissues are organized in the regions of the plant organ c. Recognize variations of each of the different tissues in different organs

Animal Tissues a. Illustrate, describe, and differentiate the different types of animal tissues b. Illustrate and describe the organization of different tissues in an animal organ c. Identify the tissues that compromise the anatomical plan of animals in cross
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i. sieve tubes ii. companion cells c. sclerenchyma sheath – darkly red stained; encloses the vascular bundles 5. Draw the vascular bundle and label the xylem, phloem (including components), and the sclerenchyma sheath. Include a brief description.

Animal Tissues A. Epithelial Tissues 1. Examine under LPO a section of the ciliated epithelium. 2. Locate cilia-bearing cells. 3. Draw the cell and label the ciliated epithelial tissue. Indicate the function. B. Connective Tissues a) Vascular Tissue 1. Examine a blood smear under LPO. 2. Locate the erythrocytes, leukocytes, and thrombocytes. 3. Draw and label the blood components. Include a brief description of each. b) CT Proper 1. Examine the slide of an adipose tissue under LPO. 2. Locate the adipose or fat cells. 3. Draw the adipose tissue accompanied with a brief description. c) Cartilage 1. Obtain a slide containing a hyaline cartilage and focus under HPO. 2. Look for the chodrocytes, cartilage cells located in the cavities (lacuna) of the bluish matrix. 3. Draw and label the chondrocytes. Include a brief description. d) Bone 1. Examine a cross section of bone under the scanner. 2. Observe the irregular cylindrical units forming the bone. This is the Haversian System. 3. Focus on one Haversian System and switch to HPO. 4. At the center of

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