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1 Fundamentals of Biology I Lab Midterm Review Sheet Dr. Susan Petro Lab 1 - Microscopy Significant figures (review tutorial on website link) Metric conversion Requirements for good microscopy How a dissecting microscope differs from a compound microscope How to determine the magnification of a microscope How to calibrate an ocular micrometer Lab 2- Using a Spectrophotometer How does a spectrophotometer work? Why do we blank the machine and what do we use to blank it. Why do we use special cuvettes instead of ordinary test tubes Why do we use absorbance instead of transmittance (hint look at Lambert-Beer Law) Lab 3 - Excel - You may bring a 3x5 index card with as much Excel information on it as you can fit. Know how to do properly formatted single line and multi-line graphs 1. Know how to decide what goes on the x axis and what goes on the y axis 2. Be able to write a good title and properly label axes (with units) 3. Know what the parts of the linear regression formula mean. In y = bx +a know that b is the slope (rate) and
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This note was uploaded on 04/20/2010 for the course BIBC bibc 103 taught by Professor Coleman during the Spring '09 term at UCSD.

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