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Magnification introduction

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    Charles M.
    GB
    Charles M.

    1. define 'magnification', 2. explain how to calculate magnification, 3. show how to determine the field of view for a particular magnification, 4. show how to determine the size of a magnified object and 5. explain in simple terms whether there are differences in cell sizes within an organism and between organisms. Magnification is how much larger an object appears compared to its real size. If an object is magnified by a factor of five (x5) then it will appear five times as large as its real size.

    MUZAFAR  I.
    PK
    MUZAFAR I.

    Magnification need to observe viruses?

    Paul  N.
    MW
    Paul N.

    Magnification as a device helps biologists to illustrate biological diagrams which would be very small to seen and studied.

    Grace J.
    GB
    Grace J.

    Light microscope

    ERIC R.
    US
    ERIC R.

    What type of microscope is used to view tissue sample fro plants and animals?

    Mary M.
    US
    Mary M.

    How much magnification is needed to look at one cell?

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