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Summary - cell basics 1

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    Charles M.
    GB
    Charles M.

    Magnification is how much larger an object appears compared to its real size. * The magnification of an image is calculated by multiplying the magnifications of the eyepiece and objective lens. * The field of view of a microscope is the area of the image visible in the eyepiece of a microscope. * Staining of cells allow transparent structures to be seen under a light microscope.

    MUZAFAR  I.
    PK
    MUZAFAR I.

    How much large sized cell can be measured?

    Marvella G.
    US
    Marvella G.

    MAGNIFICATION USE TO VIEW THINGS IN A LARGER FORM

    Marvella G.
    US
    Marvella G.

    WHAT CASE WOULD YOU USE A LIGHT MICROSCOPE OR ELECTRON MICROSCOPE?

    ERIC R.
    US
    ERIC R.

    Are there cells within cells?

    Robert L.
    GB
    Robert L.

    Going back to the characteristics of life, should we add the ability to be 'killed'? I'm still thinking on viruses not being considered as living organisms.

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