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Bio-110 Review for Lab Quiz 1 Labs 1 - 6 Lab 1 Introductory Investigations Three states of matter; density Relative densities of water at different temperatures; densities of liquid and solid water What is the significance of the cooling and heating properties of water to living systems? Why ice floats? Lab 2 Basic Chemistry Atomic number and atomic mass; how to calculate a number of neutrons in an atom Be able to draw electron configurations of atoms (Bohr’s model of atomic structure) Be able to draw structural formulas of molecules Lab 3 Light Microscope I Parts of the light microscope Magnifications of lenses of the light microscope and total magnification Orientation of the image viewed under the microscope
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Unformatted text preview: What happens to the field of view with the change in magnification? How is the image viewed under the microscope? Lab 4 Metric System Basic units and prefixes of the metric system Conversions within the metric system Lab 5 Light Microscope II Recognize and label specimens viewed under the microscope Questions from Lab 5 Lab 6 Light Microscope III Types of plant tissues; functions of plant tissues Recognize and label leaf and root cross sections viewed under the microscope Types of animal tissues; functions of animal tissues Recognize and label tissue samples viewed under the microscope Modes of locomotion of microorganisms viewed under the microscope...
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This note was uploaded on 11/01/2010 for the course BIO 110 taught by Professor Drazkiewicz during the Fall '09 term at San Mateo Colleges.

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