02 MICROSCOPY 1 2007 - Biology 206L Class website

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Unformatted text preview: Biology 206L Class website www.bio.utexas.edu/courses/bio206/ Test of CPS System A question will be posed Are you here today? A. Yes B. No LAB 1: Microscopy Objectives 1. Learn parts and become comfortable using a light microscope in a proper fashion 2. Learn concepts of magnification, contrast, resolution 3. Learn how to use your condenser (Khler illumination) 4. Learn about phase contrast 5. Examine stage of mitosis in onion root tip 3 major concepts in light microscopy Magnification can we enlarge objects to see them? Contrast can we see what we enlarge? Resolution exactly how small a part can we see? Lenses and Magnification Note principle here The position of light in the focal plane determines the angle of light emerging from the other side of the lens. Question If we place an object at the focal plane of an lens, will an image form on the other side? A. Yes B. No Note principle here The angle of light rays entering a lens determines the position these rays have in the focal plane on the other side of the lens. Conjugate Planes Planes are conjugate if an image focused in one is focused in the other. Conclusion:...
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