Bio1AL_Sum09_lab1_wksht - Safety, Micropipetter, Microscope...

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A3 – Summer 2009 Safety, Micropipetter, Microscope and Cells Worksheet. Due at the end of your lab. Name GSI & Sect # Station # Lab Partner’s Name 1) Microscope # Interpupillary distance = . 2) Diameter of “Field of View.” (also record the data in table I in your lab manual) Objective Magnification Ocular Magnification Total Magnification* Field Diameter ( μ m) 10X 10X 40X 10X 3) Calibration data: (also record the data in table II in your lab manual). Total Magnification # of Divisions in 100 μ m Calibration ( μ m)= (Distance between divisions) 100X 400X 4) Use the circle on the right to draw the glass rod and tube slide. Use 100X total magnification and draw the location where they intersect. Label the drawing using the guidelines as shown on the example to the left. Please explain how you determined which image represents the hollow glass tube. Be sure to discuss optical sectioning in your answer (described on pages 26 & 27 of the lab manual). Is the hollow glass tube on top of, or beneath the solid glass rod?
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This note was uploaded on 07/04/2009 for the course BIO 1al taught by Professor Pederson during the Summer '08 term at University of California, Berkeley.

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