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Study Guide for the 1 st Lab Practical LAB #1 – Chapter 1 Know how to use a meter stick to measure length Know how to convert m into cm or mm and vice versa Know how to use measure volume with graduated cylinder, beaker and graduated pipette Accuracy of graduated cylinder, beaker and graduated pipette Know how to convert l into ml and vice versa What is meniscus? Know how to measure weight in g on a triple beam balance Know how to use a thermometer to measure temperature in ºC LAB #1 – Chapter 2 Know the parts of a compound microscope and a dissecting microscope Know how to use microscope, how to observe a slide Know what is the total magnification used to observe a microscope slide Know when immersion oil is used Be able to identify mammalian and non-mammalian red blood cells LAB # 2 – Chapter 4 What are the 5 conditions of Hardy–Weinberg equilibrium?
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