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Lab review 1. The room temperature is 72 , and convert it to . 2. _________________is the basic unit in length, and ____________________ is the basic unit in mass. 3. Work in the lab, we commonly use __________________________________ and ________________________________ to measure the liquid volume. 4. Conversion 13mm = ____________________________ m 0.37 g + 782 mg = ________________mg 0.671ml = ____________________________ul 6730ul +341ul = _________________ ml 2.9 g+ 4273mg = ___________________ mg 0.0437g =___________________ mg 5. In the lab, we have a 50 ml graduated cylinder and a small rock, which can put into cylinder, briefly describe how to use graduated cylinder to measure the volume of the small rock. 6. Label the parts in a compound light microscope 7. List 2 major differences between compound light microscope and stereomicroscope. 8. If the diameter of a field is 1.7mm with the 10X objective lens, and you count 45 consecutive plant cells from one end of the field to the other, how wide is each cell in micrometer (um)? And also study the field of view 9. Briefly describe the necessary steps for observing a slide under a compound light microscope. 10. Draw out Plant and Animal life cycles, and indicate the major differences between their life cycles.
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