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John McmuffinStudent exploration: Cell TypesActivity A:1. Matching microscope parts1.Stage: B2.Eye piece: A3.Coarse focus knob: C4.Fine focus knob: D5.Objective lens: E6.Slide:F2. A. As the image moves to a higher power, the magnification increases.B. 40x = coarse focus 400x = fine focusC. Around 17 um.17 um / 1000 = 0.017 mm.
A)All samples have a nucleus, cytoplasm, and cell membrane. They differ in size,organelles (some have a chloroplast, others a vacuole, etc.), and types of cell (animal orplant and eukaryotic or prokaryotic).B)These cells are eukaryotic because they all have a nucleus and are membrane boundorganelles. To identify which is which, an examination of the organelles must be done.For example, if it has a nucleus its eukaryote and if it doesn't it is prokaryote.3. A) around 1.8 um (0.0018mm)B) Cytoplasm, Cell membrane, Cell wall, nucleoid, pilus, and flagellum.C) Nucleus, vacuole, chloroplast, and vacuole.D) E. Coli is classified as a bacteria which is a prokaryotic cell because it doesn’t have anucleus.

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Bacteria, DNA, Cell nucleus

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