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Catalyst #5: November 17 th , 2014

Catalyst #5: November 17 th , 2014

What is the function of mitochondria? Transport proteins Produce energy Synthesize proteins Destroy waste Why do plant cells need a cell wall?. Catalyst #5: November 17 th , 2014. What is the function of ribosomes? Transport proteins Store DNA Destroy waste Synthesize proteins

By gram
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List # 5 Review Vocabulary

List # 5 Review Vocabulary

List # 5 Review Vocabulary. Cold-Blooded. an organism whose body temperature changes with the environment. Commensalisms. symbiotic relationship in which one partner benefits, the other is not affected. Ex. barnacles catching a free ride on a whale!. Community.

By kirra
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Microscopes

Microscopes

Microscopes. History of the Microscope. 1590 –first compound microscope. History of the Microscope. 1655 – Robert Hooke used a compound microscope to observe pores in cork. He called them “cells”. History of the Microscope. Antoine van Leeuwenhoek

By caressa
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Microscope Notes

Microscope Notes

Microscope Notes. Microscope Notes. The invention of the microscope made it possible for people to discover and learn about cells. Microscope-an instrument that makes small objects look larger. Two Types of Microscopes. Simple microscope: contains only one lens

By adsila
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Microscopes

Microscopes

Microscopes . Contents. History Structure Uses Images. History. Invented during the Renaissance

By shae
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Microscopes & Stains

Microscopes & Stains

. Microscopes & Stains. تقنية الأجهزة الكيموحيوية. What is the Microscope ?. The microscope magnifies the images of objects that are invisible to the unaided human eye. History of microscope. Simple Glass Magnifiers. More than 500 years ago.

By fergus
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Station 1: Introduction to the Microscope

Station 1: Introduction to the Microscope

Station 1: Introduction to the Microscope. Care Parts Focusing. Microscope Care. Always carry with 2 hands Do not force knobs Always store covered Keep objects clear of desk and cords Only use lens paper for cleaning. Microscope Parts. Eyepiece. Body Tube. Revolving Nosepiece. Arm.

By albert
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Optical systems: Magnifier, microscope, telescope & binoculars

Optical systems: Magnifier, microscope, telescope & binoculars

Optical systems: Magnifier, microscope, telescope & binoculars . Hecht 5.7 Wednesday October 9, 2002. Hand Magnifier. What is the angular magnification of the image for an object at the near point or at ∞?. With thin lens. H,H’. h”. θ ’. F. s o. h M ’. l. f. s’. L.

By saxon
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Bi/BE 177: Principles of Modern Microscopy

Bi/BE 177: Principles of Modern Microscopy

Bi/BE 177: Principles of Modern Microscopy. Lecture 03: Microscope optics and the design of microscopes Andres Collazo, Director Biological Imaging Facility Ke Ding, Graduate Student, TA Wan-Rong (Sandy) Wong, Graduate Student, TA. Lecture 3: Microscope Optics.

By ainslie
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Tools of BioNerds

Tools of BioNerds

Tools of BioNerds. Sorry, of Biologists…. Microscopes. Most important tool! Magnifies organisms… …which allows us to view LIVING cells 3 TYPES: Compound Light Microscope Stereoscope Electron Microscope. Compound Light Microscope. Ocular Lens. What we use in Biology!!!

By heinz
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OPTICAL INSTRUMENTS

OPTICAL INSTRUMENTS

OPTICAL INSTRUMENTS. PRESENTED BY P.R. PARTHIBAN J. KRISHNA MOORTHY R. RAJA SEKHAR D.SATHISH KUMAR P. RAJESH GUIDED BY B . RAVINDRANATH. OPTICAL INSTRUMENTS.

By teresa
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Name the A natomical Regions

Name the A natomical Regions

Name the A natomical Regions. 1. 2. 3. 4. 12. 11. 5. 13. 6. 14. 7. 8. 15. 16. 9. 17. 18. 10. Name the Abdominopelvic Regions. Name the Anatomical Planes. 28. 29. 30. 19. 27. 26. 21. 20. 22. 25. 23. 24. Fill in the Blank with the Corresponding Directional Term. 31.

By philomena
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4 th Grade Springville, Utah

4 th Grade Springville, Utah

Soil Science. 4 th Grade Springville, Utah. Where does soil come from? Rocks Minerals Organic Matter . Sagebrush-Cold Desert. Mollisol Profile. What are the main components of soil?. Mineral Matter Air Water Organic Matter. Soil Particles.

By becka
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Introduction to the oil immersion compound microscope

Introduction to the oil immersion compound microscope

Introduction to the oil immersion compound microscope. In this lab, you will become familiar with the use of the microscope (particularly oil immersion microscopy) and will compare the relative size and shape of various microorganisms.

By sahkyo
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Hidden Worlds “Looking through a Scientist’s Microscope”

Hidden Worlds “Looking through a Scientist’s Microscope”

Hidden Worlds “Looking through a Scientist’s Microscope” . observer. specimens. erupted. scoured. The scientist collected _______ of some germs that could make people sick. Yeah - You Got it Rght!!. specimens – plural noun - items or parts typical of a group.

By felcia
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Practicing with the Microscope

Practicing with the Microscope

Practicing with the Microscope. Ryan Porter, Jenny Longhurst, Rosa Soleto, Michelle Dunstan. Review the Microscope. Step by Step. Step 1: Pick out a sample of black-and-white newspaper print. It should have both light and dark areas.

By portia
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The Renaissance 1350-1650 A.D.

The Renaissance 1350-1650 A.D.

The Renaissance 1350-1650 A.D. . Ryan Bowman, Justen Mascaro, Tim Pixberg, Davis Ledoux. Significant Events. Greek and Roman texts were rediscovered 1492, Bedlam Asylum opened to receive mental disability patients In 1492 the discovery of the “New World” was made by Christopher Columbus.

By merlin
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Preparation of thick & thin blood film for detection of blood parasites

Preparation of thick & thin blood film for detection of blood parasites

Preparation of thick & thin blood film for detection of blood parasites . Amal almuanna ZOO 515 1433-1434. Materials. Glass slide Coverslips alcohol swabs Gloves Microscope pencil. Capillary blood obtained by fingerstick : .

By topper
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Taxonomy

Taxonomy

Taxonomy. The science of classifying organisms . Classify To arrange according to similarities or differences. Why classify?. Biologists use classification to organize living things into groups so that the organisms are easier to study. We classify to make our lives easier.

By elkan
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Grade Level Applications for BioEyes

Grade Level Applications for BioEyes

Grade Level Applications for BioEyes. Judy-Kindergarten Lori-Sixth Grade Jason-Seventh Grade Jessica-Eighth Grade Lynne-High School. Kindergarten. Week long Bio Eyes presentation Geared towards the Kindergarten curriculum Introduce vocabulary Zebrafish Habitat Microscope

By alanna
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