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Unformatted text preview: Safety,
Micropipetter,
Microscope
and
Cells
Worksheet.

Due

at

the
end
of
your
lab.
 Name

 
 
 
 Lab
Partner’s
Name

 
 1)

Microscope
#


 
 Objective
Magnification
 
 10X
 
 40X
 
 Total
Magnification
 100X
 400X
 
 
 
 
 
 

GSI
&
Sect
#

 
 
 
 
 






.

 
 
 
 
Station
#
 
 




Interpupillary
distance
=

 2)

Diameter
of
“Field
of
View.”

(also
record
the
data
in
table
I
in
your
lab
manual)
 Ocular
Magnification
 
 10X
 
 10X
 Total
Magnification*
 Field
Diameter
(µm)
 

 

 3)
Calibration
data:
(also
record
the
data
in
table
II
in
your
lab
manual).
 #
of
Divisions
in
100
µm
 Calibration
(µm)=
(Distance
between
 divisions)
 
 
 
 
 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?

How
did
you
make
that
determination?
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 Please
Turn
Your
Worksheet
Over
 A13
–
Fall
2009
 5)

On
the
left
include
a
drawing
of
one
of
the
gram
stained
bacteria
(indicate
the
color,
if
it
is
Gram
+
or
‐,
and
the
 morphology).

One
ruler
division
equals
one
micrometer.

Always
include
a
scale
bar.

Genus
and
species
names
 should
be
underlined.

On
the
right
include
a
drawing
of
one
of
the
cyanobacteria.
 
 
 6)

On
the
left
include
a
drawing
of
either
Volvox
or
Amoeba
(your
partner
draws
the
other
one).

On
the
right
 include
a
drawing
of
either
Parmecium
or
Euglena
(
your
partner
draws
the
other
one).

Label
appropriated
 details.

 
 7)

On
the
left
include
a
drawing
of
Nitella.

On
the
right
include
a
drawing
of
termite
gut
exudate
showing
at
least
 two
types
of
protists
(indicate
their
names).

Label
appropriated
details.
 A14
–
Fall
2009
 
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This note was uploaded on 01/28/2010 for the course BIO biology taught by Professor Meighan during the Fall '09 term at University of California, Berkeley.

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