1.Chloroplast-converts sunlight into glucose
2.Vacuole-used for storage
3.Lysosomes-protect cell from invaders; break down worn- out cell part
4.Centrioles-make up cilia and flagella.
5. Nucleus-stores genetic information
6.Rough Endoplasmic Reticulum-Contains a combination of proteins and enzymes. It has a number of ribosomes giving it a rough appearance. Its function is to synthesize new proteins.
7.Ribosomes-link amino acids to form protein
8.Golgi apparatus-processes, sorts, and delivers protein
9.Vesicles-transport materials from place to place within a cel
10.Mitochondria-supplies energy to the cel
11.Cytosketeton-helps position and transport organelles; provides strength; aids in movement
12.Nucleolus-Ribosomal RNA is synthesized from instructions from the DNA
13.Smooth Endoplasmic Reticulum-Synthesizes lipids, detoxifies drugs and poisons, and stores calcium ions
14.Cytoplasm-Jelly-like material present outside the nucleus in which the cell organelles are located
15.Peroxisome-contains enzymes that transfer hydrogen to water, producing hydrogen peroxide as a by product, which is converted into water by other enzymes.
1.Differential Staining - is a staining process which uses more than one chemical stain.
2.Gram Staining - is a technique used to differentiate two large groups of bacteria based on their different cell wall constituents.
3.Acid fast Staining - is a differential stain used to identify acid-fast organisms i.e members of the Genus Mycobacterium.
4.Endospore Staining - is a technique used in bacteriology to identify the presence of endospores in a bacterial sample, which can be useful for classifying bacteria.
5 Simple Staining - is a technique that only uses one type of stain on a slide at a time.