bis_104_midterm_exam_i_fall_07

bis_104_midterm_exam_i_fall_07 - BIS 104-001 Fall, 2007...

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BIS 104-001 Name ____________________________________ Fall, 2007 (last) (first) Exam #: _____ MIDTERM EXAMINATION I Cover sheet. Do not detach. INSTRUCTIONS: There are 6 pages not counting the cover sheet. Print your name on each page. Write clearly in the spaces provided; illegible writing will receive a score of zero. Point values are given in parentheses; 62 points total. My signature affirms that I have complied with the U C Davis Honor Code. Signature Page 1 Name ______________________________
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PART I 1. In the equation: d = (0.61) ( ) / N.A., what exactly does “d” represent? (2) 2. In the above equation, N.A. stands for “numerical aperture”. What exactly is the numerical aperture? (2) 3. In your haste to view an interesting specimen on your microscope, you forget to put a drop of immersion oil on the cover slip prior to using your 63x oil immersion objective lens. Will this omission affect the magnification of your specimen? Will it affect the resolution of your specimen? Why or why not? (2) 4. What specific feature of electron microscopy (EM) provides for increased magnification and resolution compared to light microscopy? (2) Page 2 Name ____________________________________
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5. What is meant by the term, “empty magnification”? (2) 6. Without going into the detailed mechanisms, briefly describe how both scanning confocal fluorescence
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This note was uploaded on 08/18/2011 for the course BIS 104 taught by Professor Scholey during the Fall '08 term at UC Davis.

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