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cells of life

microscopes

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holds the slide in place, letting light pass through it eyepiece
adjust the prosition of the lenses so that the object can be seen clearly: can be coarseor fine object lens
light travels through it into the eyepiece lens focus nob
controls the amount of light passing through the object base
supports the microscope mirror
reflects light up through the slide into lenses stage
used to locate your speciumen then into lenses diaphragm
enables you to see magnified speciman microscope tube
holds the slide in place, letting light pass through it eyepiece
adjust the prosition of the lenses so that the object can be seen clearly: can be coarseor fine object lens
light travels through it into the eyepiece lens focus nob
controls the amount of light passing through the object base
supports the microscope mirror
reflects light up through the slide into lenses stage
used to locate your speciumen then into lenses diaphragm
enables you to see magnified speciman microscope tube
a thin boundray around the cell that keeps things inside the sell lets some things into the cell, and the waste out cell membrain
a very thin boundry around the nucleus nuclear membrain
a strong area that the cell is full of fluid vaculoe
a thin boundray around the cell that keeps things inside the sell lets some things into the cell, and the waste out cell membrain
a very thin boundry around the nucleus nuclear membrain
a strong area that the cell is full of fluid vaculoe
Created by: hughgo