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Name:____________________________________________ Date:_____Virtual Microscope by BIONETWORK Instructions: You can use the “learn” tab to familiarize yourself with the virtual microscope. Click on the “explore” tab to examine specimens. Your sketches should be drawn as you see them in the field of view. Use the adjustments to get a clear image. Sample Slides - Letter E 1. Sketch the view at each magnification. 2. What did you need to do before viewing the slide at 100x? 3. A common mistake for beginners is thinking that the “e” just disappears at the high magnification. How would you explain to a younger student what happened to the e as you increase the magnification? Plant Cells 4. Sketch the view at each magnification. You may need to adjust the light. 5. Label Your Drawings: On the 40x view, center the cell, tiny green dots are visible. These are chloroplasts. Label them on your drawing. You can also see a large, darker circle at this view. That is the nucleus. Label it on your drawing.
Human Blood 6. Sketch the blood cells at each magnification. 7. At 100x, you will see a cell that is larger and has a dark shape in it. This cell doesn’t look like the others because it is awhite blood cell and it functions to protect your body against microbes. Red blood cells do not have a nucleus. White

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