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Title and number:Microscopy for Microbiology -Use and functionPurpose:the purpose for this laboratory experiment is to get more experience with the Microscope andthe specific parts of the microscope, specifically with the diferent types of ojective lenses.Also to learnhow to calculate the total magnification and field-of-view for the lenses.Procedure:the first thing that I did was assemble the micrsoscope, and make a meticulous analizationof the microscope and its parts.Ater this I practiced how to take the approximate field-of-view of eachobjective lens.Once I felt more comfortable with using the microscope, I began to practice how tofocus the specimen by placing the “letter e” slide on the stage of the microscope and noting thedifference when I changed the diferent types of objective lens.After practicing how to focus the lens inthe “letter e”, I proceeded to differenciate the appearance of the prepared microbe slide of amoeba,bacteria bacillus, bacteria coccus, bacteria sperilum, penicillum, and yeast; and to recognize which typeof lens works better with each slide.I got to prepare the cheack cells and the dental tartar, and to see thetransparency and shape of them.Observation/Data tables:Slide4x10x40x100xLetter eCompleteperspective ofthe letter and itssurrounding.The focuss wasonly on theletter, not whatsurrounded it.See the letter only inparts.AmoebaSmall black andpink spots.Spots wherebigger and theyhad an unevenshape.Amoeba clear shapeand how it looksIt's a closer look of thespecimen.

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Term
Spring
Professor
humphrey
Tags
Microbiology, Bacteria, Telescope, dental plaque, objective lens

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