4 - BIO 205L September 25, 2005 Laboratory Entrance Quiz...

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Unformatted text preview: BIO 205L September 25, 2005 Laboratory Entrance Quiz questions for this week will be taken from:- Chapter 4 of the laboratory manual,- Today's lecture (including information on microscopy),- Information and instructions in Exercise 4 of the Lab manual. Fluorescence microscopy of cells treated with antibodies is one of the most powerful tools of modern cell biology. It allows intracellular structures whose size is below the limit of resolution of light microscopes to be visualized in situ . Cell biologists study cell components in various conditions with respect to their condition within a living cell. In vivo : The cell component of interest is studied within the living cell. In vitro : The cell component of interest separated from the cell. In situ : The cell component of interest is studied while it remains in the same relative position within the cell as it was when the cell was living. Def. Exponential growth of a population: Exponential growth means that rate of increase in the size of the population at any given time is proportional to the population size at that time. Def. Def....
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4 - BIO 205L September 25, 2005 Laboratory Entrance Quiz...

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