Exercise 2 a using the field of view calculated in

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Exercise #2 A. Using the field-of-view calculated in Exercise 1 for the high power lens, approximately how far across are each of the cells in the Bacteria Coccus Form slide in Data Table 5 ? Show your calculations.
B. Detail techniques you found helpful for focusing on the various slides in this exercise.
Exercise#3 A. Describe the similarities and differences between the cheek cell wet mount and dental plaque wet mount.
B. How did the process of preparing wet-mount slides become easier as you prepared the second wet- mount slide of this exercise?
The firt time was a little hard because I didn't know what I was doing, I just followed step by step what the Lab manual told me to do. By the end of the first slide, I was able to prepare the second slide without looking at the instructions. Conclusion: I learned a lot of thing in this lab . I learned how to properly use the diferent lens, all the parts of the microscope, how to prepare an specimen, how to get the total magnification of each lens , and my favorite part was that I learned how to measure a specimen. At the beginig I was a little confuse, but I went to a Microbiology Lab from were I work and aske if they could help me understan, It was hard but the results were good. Pictures: Lab kit contents Microscope
Letter e slide Prepared slides
Wet mount slides

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