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Lab Report – Page 1 BioLab3Lab Report 3Microscope and the CellStudent Name:I.Purpose of the MicroscopeDefine the following terms.MagnificationThe degree to which the image of a specimen is enlarged.Resolving PowerHow well specimen detail is preserved during the magnifying process. ContrastThe ability to see specimen detail against its background. Stains and dyes are added to section of biological specimens to increase contrast. II.The Compound MicroscopeEXERCISE 1 – Label the parts of the compound microscope1.Eye peace 2.Arm3.Course adjustment 4.Fine adjustment 5.Revolving nosepiece 6.Objective lenses7.Stage clips8.Stage 9.Iris Diaphragm level10.Condenser 11.Light source 12.Base © Access Learning Systems
Lab Report – Page 2 Define the following terms.EyepieceThe power of the microscope ArmThe handle Course Adjustment KnobFine adjustment knobRevolving nosepieceObjective lensesStage clipsAttached to the stage to secure the slide StageLarge platform just below the lens system where the slide placed beneath the stage clips Iris diaphragm leverCondenserLight sourceBaseLower most part of the microscope in contact with the table.© Access Learning Systems
Lab Report – Page 3 EXERCISE 2 – Calculate microscope magnificationCalculate the total magnification for each lens combination.Lens Lens Power Ring Color Total MagnificationUnaided Eye1Xnone 1X x 1X = 1Xeyepiece10Xnone1X x 10X = 10XScanning 4Xblack10X x4X=40XLow Power 10Xgreen10X x10X=100xHigh Power 40X yellow10X x40X=400XOil Immersion 100X red10X x100X=1000XIII. Viewing Microscope SlidesEXERCISE 3 – Focusing the microscopeDefine the following terms.Parcentral

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