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Study Guide Exercise 2: •Know and understand the following: - calculate the density of a substance if placed in water. -calculate the median, range, standard deviation and know why they are used. •Know the purpose of a pipette and how to use a pipette •Know how to measure solution in a beaker •Know how to convert units Exercise 3: Know the parts and functions of a compound microscope, magnification, how to measure field of view Exercise 4: The Cell •Be able to distinguish and know the characteristics off the following including its structure. Study the techniques of what you used in your lab experiment to view under microscope. Know chemical, i.e. stains used if any. -cyanobacteria -Paramecium -Ameoba -Elodea -Onion Cells -Potato -Cheek Cells Exercise 5 : Be able to calculate Molarity, make solutions, dilutions, measure pH, Know how to calculate the pH based on the equation in your book, Know how to Exercise 6: Carbohydrates Know the difference in Positive and negative controls.
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  • Fall '10
  • GORDON
  • Enzyme, Molarity, Enzyme inhibitor, Benedict, Study Guide Exercise, -Cheek Cells Exercise

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