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Lab Practical 1 Study Guide 1.) Measurement a. Techniques b. Tools c. Accurate reporting of appropriate units 2.) Forensic Microscopy a. Compound and dissecting microscopes i. Structure ii. Function iii. Total magnification iv. Methods of use and maintenance b. Identification of evidence material i. Blood ii. Fibers 3.) Nature of Science a. Hypothesis testing b. Prediction 4.) Bacteria and Cyanobacteria a. Identification: i. Types (specific names) of bacteria ii. Shapes of bacteria iii. Diseases caused by various bacteria iv. Structures and functions v. Environments that they are found in b. Gram Staining i. How ii. Why iii. Specific products used c. Measuring Zones of inhibition
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Unformatted text preview: 5.) Protista a. Identification i. Species ii. Phylum iii. Structures/functions iv. Composition 6.) Fungal Diversity and Symbiosis a. Identification: i. Species/Phylum ii. Structures/functions b. Diseases caused by various species c. Types of symbiosis i. Specific examples of symbiosis through identification of species 1. under microscope 2. Naked eye 3. 7.) Plant Diversity I a. Identification of species i. Name/phylum ii. Structures/functions iii. Life cycles b. Evolutionary changes 8.) Plant Diversity II a. Species i. Division/phylum ii. Structures/functions b. Life cycles...
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