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Concept Check Lectures #1-5
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Concept Check: The maximum magnifica;on of our laboratory bright-field microscope is: A. 5X B. 10X C. 100X D. 1,000X E. 10,000X
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Concept Check: Parfocality of a microscope, is the ability to: A. Have mul;ple objec;ves B. Increase resolving power C. Decrease resolving power D. Magnify the sample E. Maintain focus amongst objec;ves
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Concept Check: Resolving power is dependent on all of the following, except? A. Wavelength B. Magnifica;on C. Numerical aperture D. Index of refrac;on of the medium E. All of the above are components of resolving power
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Concept Check: Oil immersion increases the resolu;on and decreases the numerical aperture of the lens? A. True B. False C. I have no idea!
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Concept Check: You wish to characterize the movement of a thin, difficult to stain microorganism. You are not terribly concerned with the internal structures. Which form of microscopy would you choose? A. Bright-Field B. Dark-Field C. Phase-contrast D. Electron E. Any of the above will do
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Concept Check: With today’s technology, we have the ability to visualize the a[achment, entry and budding of viruses in-vivo: A. True B. False C. Depends…
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