Lab 2 Metric Measurement and Microscopy - College Biology
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by Kathy Egbert
| 97 Questions
Lab Sheets to be completed, 100 pts
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answer with a number rounded to the closest whole number - don't enter units (cm)
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(answer with a number - don't enter units) ______mm
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A Yes
B No
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A large
B small
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A Transmission Electron and Light Microscope
B Scanning Electron and Light Microscope
C Binocular dissecting and scanning electron microscopes
D None of the answers are correct
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A compound light and transmission electron microscopes
B binocular dissecting and scanning electron microscopes
C transmission electron and light microscopes
D none of the answers are correct
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A compound light microscope
B binocular dissecting microscope
C scanning electron microscope
D transmission electron microscope
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Instructions Figure 2.4
When entering the parts of the microscope on the picture, use the exact name of the part given to you on the following page (pg 15).
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(your answer will be a number followed by "x" - no spaces between)
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#6. Use a piece of blank white paper to draw your object inside a circle as shown. (You can use your lab manual copy to trace the circle onto the piece of white paper.) The object you draw should be done in pencil. Use black for the outer circle and any other color for the inner circle. The circles don't have to be "perfect". You will have to submit this drawing separately as a hard copy to the class basket. Be sure you put your name on your drawing.
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Instructions for Compound Light Microscope
Use the full name of the parts listed on the next page (17) to fill-in the blanks. Do not use capital letters.
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(this is the large knob)
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(this is the small knob)
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enter the number followed by "x" - no spaces
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enter the number followed by "x" with no spaces
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Use a lower case "e" and approximate font size 11 or 12. Draw the letter "e" as it appears on the slide. What you see with your eyes before you put it under the microscope. [If easier, you may do this on the white sheet of paper you already used above to draw a specimen.]
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Draw what the letter "e" looks like while viewing through the microscope. The "e" should be upright and normal when you place it on your slide and under the lens. Be sure the "e" is lower case and about font size 11 or 12. [Again, if it is easier, you can draw this on your white sheet of paper. ]
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Which best describes how the letter "e" looks through the microscope?
A Normal and upright just like when viewing without the microscope.
B The letter is upside down.
C The letter is upside down and backwards.
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A to the right
B to the left
C it doesn't move at all
You do not have to do the "Explain" on #4 under Observation: Invresion.
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no capital letters, type the term as written in #3
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Sketch the general shape of an animal cell and of a plant cell.
Substitution of Euglena Specimen
You will get a sample of "pond" water and locate a moving microorganism instead of using a Euglena culture.
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Using your live and moving organism located in the pond water, compare it to the picture of Euglena Fig. 2.9. Describe what you can see inside your organism. The best viewing will be under high power, however, it is a little tricky to keep your moving specimen within the small field of view.
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type the number and units
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give the name of the microscope and type "microscope"
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Give the name of the type of microscope.
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#16 Explain why?
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