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FBP “Quest” Review

FBP “Quest” Review. Good LUCK!!!. ONE. What direction does the image move under the microscope when you move the slide away from you?. TWO. What direction do images face when under the microscope?. THREE.

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FBP “Quest” Review

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  1. FBP “Quest” Review Good LUCK!!!

  2. ONE • What direction does the image move under the microscope when you move the slide away from you?

  3. TWO • What direction do images face when under the microscope?

  4. THREE • What direction does the image move under the microscope when you move the slide to the left?

  5. FOUR • What are the steps for preparing a wet-mount slide?

  6. FIVE: What is a focal plane? • A. The lighted area in which you see the image • B. The depth in which you can focus the microscope • C. The flat surface where the image is projected

  7. SIX • Explain how to focus a microscope.

  8. SEVEN • What two places on a microscope should you hold it when you carry it?

  9. EIGHT • Are glass sides breakable?

  10. NINE • What part of a microscope can be turned to allow more or less light through the stage?

  11. TEN • Should specimens on slides be thick or thin? Why?

  12. ELEVEN • What objective lens should you use when you first focus an object under the microscope?

  13. TWELVE • What is your definition of life?

  14. THIRTEEN • List the 6 characteristics of life discussed in class.

  15. FOURTEEN • Name 2 cell structures that are in plants and NOT animals.

  16. FIFTEEN • Which cell structure protects the cell while allowing things to pass in and out of the cell?

  17. SIXTEEN • Which cell structure is a gel-like material that holds the organelles in place in the cell?

  18. SEVENTEEN • Which cell structure can be described as the “power house” of the cell?

  19. EIGHTEEN • Which cell structure holds all the genetic material for a cell (DNA)?

  20. NINETEEN • Which cell structure produces proteins for a cell?

  21. TWENTY • Which cell structure is a storage area for a cell?

  22. TWENTY-ONE • What is the process in which cells break down food into energy called?

  23. TWENTY-TWO • What is the process in which a cell divides into 2 parts called?

  24. TWENTY-THREE • What is the process in which two bacterial cells exchange genetic material called?

  25. TWENTY-FOUR • What is an organism that takes old, dead organisms and breaks them down into smaller parts to be recycled back into the soil called?

  26. TWENTY-FIVE • What do we call the simplest form of a cell? Name 2 characteristics.

  27. TWENTY-SIX • Bacteria can reproduce both sexually and asexually. How many parents does each require? What is the advantage of asexual reproduction? What is the disadvantage? What is the advantage of sexual reproduction?

  28. TWENTY-SEVEN • Name 3 ways that bacteria is used for positive things.

  29. ANSWERS • 1. towards you • 2. upside-down • 3. right • 4. place object on slide, add a few drops of water and or dye, place a cover slip on top • 5. B • 6. use the lowest objective lens, adjust the coarse focus first and then the fine focus; switch to a higher objective and use the fine focus ONLY to adjust the image • 7. the base and the neck/arm

  30. 8. yes, VERY fragile • 9. diaphragm • 10. thin, so the light can pass through • 11. always use the lowest power first • 12. answers vary • 13. cells, similar chemicals, use energy, grow and develop, respond to the environment, reproduce • 14. chloroplasts, cell wall • 15. cell membrane

  31. 16. cytoplasm • 17. mitochondria • 18. nucleus • 19. ribosomes • 20. vacuole • 21. respiration • 22. binary fission • 23. conjugation

  32. 24. decomposer • 25. prokaryotic: simple, DNA not in nucleus, single celled, lack some organelles/structures that more complex cells have • 26. sexual: NEGATIVE-2 parents, POSITIVE-combine genetic material to get new offspring; asexual: POSITIVE-1 parent, NEGATIVE-exact copy means there is no variety • 27. food, fuel, health care, medicine, clean up environment

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