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Cells And Microscope

JC Chapter 2

TermDefinition
Cells Is what living things are made up of
Cell Wall Found outside the cell membrane in plant cell
Nucleus The part of the cell that controls the cells activities
Tissues A group of similar cells which carry out the same function
An Organ A structure that contains two or more tissues working together
A system A number of organs working together
Microscope is used to view objects which are too small to be seen with a naked eye
Eyepiece lens Magnifies the objects
Focus knobs Allows the image to be seen clearly
Nosepiece Allows the use of the different lenses located on the nosepiece
Objective lens Located on the nosepiece. Each lens gives a different magnification .
Stage Holds the glass slide in place to view object.
Mirror Used to reflect the light up through the object.
Created by: juliabrechelke