Microscope Pre Lab

Microscope Pre Lab - Colin Van Es Biology 1201 AA September...

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Colin Van Es Biology 1201 AA September 11, 2007 Before reviewing the assigned websites (How To Use A Microscope and Microscope notes), I knew that microscopes were used to help humans see smaller things that cannot be seen with the naked eye. I also knew many of the various parts, how to use these parts to better suit the needs of the experiment, and basic techniques of operations. I learned the subsequent facts from the websites (How To Use A Microscope and Microscope notes) that were provided: 1) never use the red lens, 2) always use a pencil when drawing, 3) label every arrow starting from the outside in, 4) animal cells should always include cytoplasm, nucleus and nuclear membrane, cell membrane, and cytoplasm, 5) plant cells should always include the cell wall and membrane, nucleus and nuclear membrane, chromatin, chloroplast (not always present), and cytoplasm, 6) the definitions of magnification and resolution, 7) Compound light microscope has limitations based on limitations of light, 8) electron microscope uses a beam of electrons
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This note was uploaded on 04/07/2008 for the course CHEM 1124 taught by Professor Mohan during the Fall '07 term at Seton Hall.

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