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Micro worlds

Properties Observed characteristics of an object
Inference A conclusion reached on the basis of evidence and reasoning
Cell The smallest living unit. A microscopic structure that is the basic unit of plant and animal life
Observation Pieces of information that come directly from your 5 senses
Wet mount slide Two microscope slides, or a slide with a coverslip, with a drop of liquid Between them.
Well slide A microscope slide with a shallow dent, used to hold thick specimens
Cover slip A piece of glass or clear plastic that is placed over the specimen on a microscopic slide
Field of view The maximum area that is visible through the lens of a microscope
Binary fission The process by which a cell divides into two parts
Transparent Clear, able to let light through undistorted
Flagella whip-like tail used for locomotion
Cilia Acts like feet to move microbes
Created by: Lzebro