What cell parts did you find in the onion cell but not in the cheek cells?
The onion cells are much more rectangle shaped, than the cheek cells and the nucleus in the onion cell is much more bigger and better seen in the microscope.
Describe how the onion and cheek cell were different in observed parts what parts did they have in common?
Describe how the onion and cheek cell were similar in observed parts what parts did they have common?
Describe how the onion and cheek cell were similar in observed parts what parts did they have common? Well they are similar because they both have a nucleus and cytoplasm. They are different because in an onion cell there is a cell wall, doesnt have chlorplast, and it is a plant. For a cheek cell it has a cell membrane, doesnt have a cell wall, and is an animal.
What structures were you able to observe in onion skin cells that are not found in human check cells?
When looked at under a light microscope, features that are observable in onion skin cells (onion epidermis) but not a human cheek cell (cheek epidermis) are the following: cell wall- this surrounds the cell membrane and gives the cells their rectangular appearance vacuole - these are present roughly in the middle of the onion epidermis cell
What are the differences in cell organelles between onion cells potato cells cheek cells and lettuce cells?
Onion cells are plant cells, so they have a cell wall and more angular shape (but no chloroplasts, like some plant cells, since they are not part of the photosynthesizing part of the onion plant) Human cheek cells are animal cells, so the biggest difference is that they have no cell wall and thus a rounder shape.
Cheek cells are only found in animals, whereas onion cells are found in platns, particularly onion cells. Cheek cells, being animal cells, do not contain a cell wall as onion cells do becasue cell walls are found only in plant cells for structure and rigidness. Onion cells, unlike most plant cells, do not have chlorplasts becasue it does not need sunlight for photosynthesis as other plants do. Being grown underground, it receives nutrients directly from…
Well, one is a cell from a plant and another is from an animal, so they're very different. Onion cells have a cell wall, a large central vacuole and plants-only organelles like chloroplast. Cheek cells lack cell walls, has a significantly greater amount of mitochondria and has lysosomes while plant cells very rarely have any lysosomes.
An onion cell is a plant cell, and a cheek cell an animal cell. The main differences between plant and animal cells are that plant cells have: * Cellulose cell wall * Large vacuole * Chloroplasts (if the plant is green) Animal cells have none of the above. A cheek cell is a flat (squamous) cell from the inner lining of the mouth. The lining is a mucous membrane similar to those found all throughout…
Answer Iodine was used to stain onion epidermal cells so you could see the cells more clearly and examine them. Naturally, the cell parts are difficult to see because they are clear. You put iodine on onion cells in order to make parts of the cell which were translucent, more visible. This is because iodine stains starch present in the onion cell.
Can you clearly see as a structure the cell membrane in check cells and the cell wall inthe onion skin clls?
When the onion cell is placed in the pure water the size of the cell would be bigger after one hour but when you placed the cheek cell into the pure water it will burst why is that so?
The cheek cell is an animal cell and the Elodea cell is a plant cell. Both cells have have a Nucleus, Nucleolus, Nuclear Membrane, Mitochondrion, Centrosome, Rough ER, Smooth ER, Ribosomes, Golgi body, Cell membrane, Cytoplasm and Vacuole. However, there are some parts that the animal cell have that a plant cell does not and there are some parts a plant cell have that an animal cell does not. You can look at the pictures…