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Living vs Non Living

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Base The microscope rests on
Light Source Used to collect and focus
Stage Platform upon which to mount the slide
Arm Holds the tube and stage and attaches them to the base
Fine adjustment Used for final focusing
Coarse adjustment Used for first focusing
Eyepiece/Ocular What you look through
Body Tube Holds eyepiece lens at the top and objective lens at the bottom
Nosepiece Rotating piece that holds objective lens
High Power Objective Lens that allows greater magnification
Low Power Objective Lens used to locate the specimen
Clip Holds the slide in place
Diaphragm Regulates the amount of light
What is the total magnification for Low Power? 100x
What is the total magnification for High Power? 400x
What Knobs are used to Focus Low Power? Fine and Coarse adjustment
What Knobs are used to Focus High Power? Fine adjustment
Is Low Power Darker or Brighter than High Power? Is High Power Darker or Brighter then Low Power? Low Power is Brighter and High Power is Darker
Can you see more or less of the specimen on Low power? Can you see more or less of the specimen on High power? Low Power More and High Power Less
How does the specimen appear? Blurry
What is the right order of organization in a multicellular organism? Organelles, Cells, Tissues, Organs, Systems, Organism
What are all living things composed of? Cells and Smallest unit
What are the Characteristics of life? They Are Organized, Respond to their environment, Use Energy, Reproduce, Grow and Devlop
Living things need? Living Space, Raw Materials, and Food
What is one way living things survive? H2O, Air
What is Stimulus and Response? Any change in the environment that causes a change in an organism
What is Homeostasis? Regulation of organism's internal, life maintaining conditions
What is an example of Stimulus and Response? Weather, Bright lights, and loud noise
What is an example of Homeostasis? Body temperature, blood sugar, and health
What is an Organism? Any living thing
What is the definition of Respond to their environment? Internal and external
What is the definition of Energy? Directly or indirectly from the sun
What is the definition of Reproduce? Make more of their own kind
What is the definition of Grow and Develop? Increase in size or number of cells and cells change overtime.
What is the definition of Living Things? Life, all objects that have self-sustaining processes
What is the definition of Organ? Group of cells working together to do a job
What is the definition of Organ? Part of an organism that is typically self-contained and has a specific vital function
What is the definition of System? Set of things working together as parts of a mechanism or an interconnecting network
How is something living? Food/Growth/Movement/Breathe/Reproduction/Response
Created by: jschwartzman
 

 



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