When using a light microscope, the object to be viewed is placed on which part of the microscope?Your AnswerD. StageQuestion Number 7 Points: 5.00/5.00 Question TextA __________ is a scientist who studies organisms that live in the world’s ocean. Your AnswerD. marine biologist Question Number 8 Points: 5.00/5.00 Question TextOne drawback of the _____ is that specimens must be dead in order to prepare them for
viewing. Your AnswerB. electron microscope Question Number 9 Points: 5.00/5.00 Question TextThe field of biology that specializes in the analysis of biological evidence found at crime scenes is _______. Your AnswerA. forensics. Question Number 10 Points: 0.00/5.00 Question Text_____ shine a beam of electrons at a specimen and then magnify the image onto a fluorescent screen at the bottom of the microscope. Your AnswerC. scanning electron microscopes Question Number 11 Points: 0.00/5.00 Question Text_____ gets its images by recording the electron current from a very fine pencil-like beam of electrons that is passed over a surface. Your AnswerD. transmission electron microscopes Question Number 12 Points: 5.00/5.00 Question TextThe _____ uses two convex lenses with relatively short focal lengths to magnify very small objects. Your AnswerA. compound light microscope Question Number 13 Points: 5.00/5.00 Question TextA glass slide would be used with a _______. Your AnswerD. compound light microscope. Question Number 14 Points: 5.00/5.00 Question TextCompound light microscopes are used to examine _______ Your AnswerA. living organisms. Question Number 15 Points: 5.00/5.00 Question TextTo examine living organisms on a transparent slide, use a(n) ________. Your AnswerB. compound light microscope.
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