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making an image look larger tha its actual size
magnification
a boundary that encloses the cell, separting it from its surroundings
cell membrane
cellular structures responsible for protein production
ribosomes
double layer of phospholipids
lipid bilayer
interior of a cell
cytoplasm
uses a beam of electrons to form an image of a specimen
electron microscope
houses the cell's DNA
nucleus
light passes through one or more lenses to produce a magnified image of a specimen
light microscope
Nagy Bio I chapter 3 matching
cut apart and study
a system of measurement based on powers of 10
SI
in plant cells, a large, membrane-bound sac that stores water, nutrients, or other substances
central vacuole
a measure of an images's clarity
resolution
an organelle that produeces ATP
mitochondrion
in plant cells, organelles that use light to make organic compounds
chloroplasts
small organelles that contain the cell's digestive enzymens
lysosomes
a small, membrane-bound sac
vesicle
specialized structures within a cell
organelles
produces a computer-generated three-dimensional image of an object's surface
scanning tunneling microscope
the cell's packaging and distribution center
Golgi apparatus
a lipid made of a phosphate group and two fatty acids
phospholipid