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BIOL-203(Topic 2)lab

Lens under the stage that concentrates the light... condenser
Area of slide seen when viewing through the microscope is the... field of view
Device that moves the stage... mechanical stage
Ability to distinguish between close objects... resolution
What does it mean to have a Parfocal microscope? Objective stays in focus when magnification is changed.
(objective lens) X (ocular lens) = total magnification
Distance from the bottom of objective lens to the specimen is the... working distance
The set of lens closest to the viewers eyes are... the ocular lens
Device that allows the amount of light that passes through a specimen... iris diaphragm
The entire structure is mounted on the slide Wholemount
A thin slice of tissue/organ is placed on glass slide... Section
Most suitable when viewing cell suspensions... (Blood, Urine, Mucus, Cyst Fluid, Etc...) Smear
Cells are broken by applying pressure to the slide (chromosomes) Squash
What are the 4 types of tissue? Epithelial, Mussel, Connective, & Nerve tissue.
Difference in intensity between the specimen & surrounding background contrast
Endoderm is the inner layer true
Created by: xchynarose