Microscope and Cell Lab

Microscope and Cell - Microscope and Cell Lab This practice quiz is based on the Lab#4 Microscope and Cell Lab After thorough preparation for your

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This practice quiz is based on the Lab #4: Microscope and Cell Lab. After thorough preparation for your lab exam, to help test your readiness, quiz yourself and determine which concepts need more attention. The actual exam will not be the same as this one, however some questions may repeat. You may repeat taking this quiz. Questions will vary. Please note that the actual lab exam will be mostly one word or short answers. For this quiz most questions are multiple choice because this computer corrected version will only count your answer as correct if your answer is exactly the same as the answer key. Therefore some correct answers may be marked wrong. 1. How many micrometers are in a millimeter? a bazillion 100 10,000 1,000,000 1,000 Use the image of the microscope to answer the following questions that pertain. 2. Give the letter that indicates the location of the slide holder adjustment. 3. Give the letter that indicates the location of the coarse focus. 4. When observing a specimen with the high powered lens (40X), how many times will the object be magnified (total magnification)? 400
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This note was uploaded on 12/21/2010 for the course BIO 10 taught by Professor Fautley during the Fall '08 term at Santa Rosa.

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Microscope and Cell - Microscope and Cell Lab This practice quiz is based on the Lab#4 Microscope and Cell Lab After thorough preparation for your

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