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By Doris R.; Helms, Carl W.; Kosinski, Robert J.; Cummings, John R. Helms

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________ e. If you have a cup that holds 50 ml of coffee, would it be full if you poured 50,000 ␮l of coffee into the cup? ________ 3. When measuring the number, mass, length, or volume of objects, scientists write numbers in scientific notation. A number is expressed in scientific notation when it is written as a product of a decimal number between 1 and 9 and the number 10 raised to the proper power. 9 ϫ 10Ϫ3. (Note: When a number is larger than 10, the decimal point must be moved left. 0 ϫ 101.

A) Bulb type: S is pinched to suck up liquid and E is pinched to release the liquid. If a blow-out pipette is used, A must also be squeezed to remove all liquid. (b) Plunger type in which a wheel is turned to suck up or release liquid; a plunger can be used for rapid dispensing. A E S (a) (b) 1. Examine the pipettes on demonstration in your laboratory room. Notice the variety of types and scales. Before using a pipette, always examine the tip and read the markings on the upper part of the pipette shaft.

These are chloroplasts, organelles responsible for photosynthesis in plant cells. The movement you observe is called cyclosis, or cytoplasmic streaming. As the cytoplasm moves around the large central vacuole, it carries with it dissolved substances as well as suspended organelles. Does cyclosis occur in the same direction in all cells? Figure 1C-2 A cell of an Elodea leaf. The small round bodies in the cell are chloroplasts. b. What might be the practical advantage of cyclosis to the cells of the leaf?

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