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Coarse Adjustment Focuses the image under low power. It is the bigger knob -On the bottom of the arm.
Revolving Nosepiece Holds and turns objective into viewing position. -Above the objective lenses.
Objective Lens Contains the lens for greater magnification. -Attached to the under side of the Revolving Nosepiece.
Eyepiece Contains a 10x magnifying lens you look through. -At the very top of the body tube.
Stage Supports the Microscope Slide. -Under the Objective Lens.
Light Source Provides light that passes upward through the diaphragm, the Specimen, and the lenses. -Below the stage.
Base Provides support for the microscope. -At the bottom of the microscope.
Fine Adjustment Sharpens the image under low and high magnification. -On the arm.
Disc Diagphram Lets you regulate the amount of light that hits the stage. -Attached to the bottom of the stage.
Arm Supports the body tube. -Runs along the Microscope like a spine.
Stage Clips Hold Microscope slide in place. -On the stage.
Body Tube Connects the Eyepiece to the Revolving Nosepiece. -Connected to the bottom of the Eyepiece.
Created by: phoebsta