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Chris Gumulya Bio 126M Unique # 51870 Light Microscopy Lab Report 1) General: In this lab, the most of us students re-familiarized ourselves with the light microscopes. We went over the common terms that are frequently used in microscopy such as magnification and resolution, and relearned how to calculate both. Before we started looking at specimens, we quickly reviewed how to handle and use our light microscopes. Lastly, we looked at 4 different cultures (stained Bacillus cereus cells, a mixed cell suspension, a hay infusion, and epithelial cells), each at 3 different focuses, and proceeded to sketch a picture for each view. a) Purpose: The purpose of this lab was to review concepts and usage of the light microscope, to prepare us for future labs where knowledge of light microscopy will be beneficiary. b) Procedure: The procedure consisted of the examination of 4 different bacterial cultures through the use of a light microscope. They are as follows: i) The first culture we looked at were pre-stained
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This note was uploaded on 11/10/2008 for the course BIO 126L taught by Professor Saxena during the Fall '08 term at University of Texas.

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