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Microscope

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  • 1. Today is December 3, 2007 Warm Up # 5 Agenda
    • Identify the organelles that are involved in the production and use of energy in cells. Describe the structure of each of these organelles and explain how they function in making energy available to cells.
    • 1. Warm Up # 5
    • 2. Review Cell Parts
    • 3. Cell Parts Quiz
    • 4. Microscope Parts
  • 2. Compound Microscope
  • 3. Eye Piece
  • 4. Objectives/Stage Clips
  • 5. Adjustment Knobs Coarse Adjustment Knob Fine Adjustment Knob
  • 6. Light
  • 7. Stage
  • 8. Diaphragm
  • 9. Base Base
  • 10. Body Tube
  • 11. Nosepiece
  • 12. Arm
  • 13.  
  • 14. Pre Lab
      • 1. Why might it be a good idea to keep your microscope at least 10cm from the edge of the table?
      • 2. Why should a microscope slide and coverslip be held by their edges?
      • 3. Why do scientists use microscope?
      • Why should you use lens paper only once?
      • Why is it important to eliminate air bubbles from the slide?

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