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How many feet are in a yard? How many yards are in a mile? How many feet are in a mile? How many feet are in a nautical mile?
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B. English System How many ounces in a pound? How many pounds in a ton? Short Ton Long Ton Big Questions English vs. Metric System What are the strengths and weaknesses of each system? Why do we use the Metric System in science? Should I Measure with a Beaker or a Graduated Cylinder? Check for Understanding Why should we use a 10 ml Graduated cylinder when measuring small quantities? Why not just measure everything with a 100 ml Graduated Cylinder? Closure 9 grams equals how many milligrams? 12 centimeters equals how many meters? When measuring 2 ml of a liquid, should you measure with a 10 ml, 25 ml, or a 100 ml graduated cylinder? Why? VI. What is Biology?
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A. Biology What is biology? The study of ________ B. Characteristics of Life What does it mean when we say something is living? What are the characteristics of life? B. Characteristics of Life Composed of ______ ____________ Activity Maintain ____________ Growth Reaction to __________ Reproduction Evolution Is it easy to distinguish between what is living and what is nonliving? Why or why not? (Discuss with your partner) Closure VII. Microscopes
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A. Microscope Functions Base - Used for _____________ Arm - Supports the _____________ and connects it to the base Body Tube - Connects the _____________ to the objective lenses Ocular - The ____________ that you look through. It also magnifies the image _________ . Revolving Nosepiece - Allows you to easily ______________ and __________ objective lenses Scanning-Power Objective Magnifies the image ________ Low-Power Objective Magnifies the image _______ High-Power Objective - Magnifies the image _________ Stage - The flat platform where you place your _________ Stage clips - Hold the __________ in place Diaphragm - Varies the _______________ intensity that is projected upward into the slide Coarse Adjustment - It allows you to focus in on the specimen Fine Adjustment: It allows you to fine-tune the focus after you used the coarse adjustment. Light Source - Illuminates the slide. Closure Quiz your partner about the parts of the microscope and their functions.
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