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What is a peice you look threw to see an object in the microscope
eyepeice
What peice connects to the base and supports the microscope head and also is also used to carry the microscope
arm
What part is used to place the specimen slide and moves the specimen slide
stage
what part supports all of the parts of the microscope
base
This part controls the amount of light reaching the specimen and is located below the stage
diaphragm
This is the part that is very inportent because it switches all of the lens (objectives)
revolving nosepeice
What part is very important because they are the key to the microscope they magnify the specimens and have different powers (high, medium, and low)
lens (objectives)
This piece is used to look at it better and closer up and adjust your view
coarse adjustment
This is another piece you can adjust and is more of a clear image
fine adjustment
This part is used to bring light on your specimen so you can see it
lamp
What is a peice you look threw to see an object in the microscope
eyepeice
What peice connects to the base and supports the microscope head and also is also used to carry the microscope
arm
What part is used to place the specimen slide and moves the specimen slide
stage
what part supports all of the parts of the microscope
base
This part controls the amount of light reaching the specimen and is located below the stage
diaphragm
This is the part that is very inportent because it switches all of the lens (objectives)
revolving nosepeice
What part is very important because they are the key to the microscope they magnify the specimens and have different powers (high, medium, and low)
lens (objectives)
This piece is used to look at it better and closer up and adjust your view
coarse adjustment
This is another piece you can adjust and is more of a clear image
fine adjustment
This part is used to bring light on your specimen so you can see it
lamp
How to calculating the power of magnification for all 3 objectives?
The eye piece is magnified by 10 so you multiply that by the amount on the lens
How does the image change under the microscope? (letter "e" lab)
Under the microscope everything is blown up and magnified and it changes how small things you see with your eyes
Which part of the cell provides and stores energy
mitochondria
This part is found in the cell and stores and releases waste products
vacuoles
this part allows food, water and unneeded wastes to travel in and out of the cell
cell membrane
What part of the cell is the jelly-like fluid that holds up all of the organelles
cytoplasm
This part holds DNA and is usually in the middle
nucleus
This part is the shell of the nucleus that gives its protection
nuclear membrane
This part is found in plants and gives the cell its shape and protection
cell wall
This part of the cell is like a path that collects and transports ribosomes
endoplasmic reticulum
This organelle proteins for the cell and send protein to the nucleus they are free floating in the cytoplasm or be attached to the outer surfaces
ribosome
These orgenelles contain the plant cell's chlorophyll which is green that help make the plant make its own food
chloroplsts