2. Microscopy and Cells Lab(1).pptx

Steps to use 1 rotate the low power objective into

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Steps to Use: 1. Rotate the low power objective into place and make sure the stage is all the way down. 2. Place slide on stage making sure object to be viewed is centered over the hole in the stage. Use the stage clips to hold the slide in place. 3. Turn light on. 4. Focus first with the coarse adjustment knob. Once in focus on low power, turn the nosepiece until the next higher lens is in place. 5. Use FINE adjustment knob ONLY and focus the object.
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Recording what you see: Include: 1. Figure #: and Title 2. Labeled drawing of the field of view. Label on the right using straight lines which should never cross. 3. Common and scientific name of organism. 4. Magnification you were viewing when you drew the organism: ocular X objective
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Complete Activity 3: Examination of a Prepared Slide Page 23 in your Lab Book Be sure to follow all directions do not skip steps. It would be wise to read the entire activity before beginning any step. Create a place to record what you see on the top right of page 24 in your Lab Book.
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Making a wet mount:
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Wet Mounts: Poorly Done: Nicely Done:
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Remember: 1. If you are seeing perfectly round, clear circles then you just may be looking at air bubbles.
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