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first used the term “cell” to refer to the small chambers he saw in magnified slices of cork.


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Robert Hooke


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are structural and functional units of life.

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Cells

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He examined thin slices of cork, and called the compartments as cells

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Robert Hooke

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Our investigation of life is greatly assisted by various types of microscopes that can magnify our images of cells and tissues up to hundreds or even thousands of times their actual size


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Modern Microscope

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increase magnification as light passes through a series of transparent lenses, presently made of various types of glass or calcium fluoride crystals.


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Light Microscope

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Provides detailed images of tiny structures within cells


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Electron Microscope

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Two types of light microscope

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Dissecting Microscope

Compound Microscope

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Allow three-dimensional viewing of opaque objects.

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Dissecting Microscope

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Require most material to be 'sliced' thinly for light to pass through.

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Compound Microscopes

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Can produce magnifications of 200,000 or more times, but the material to be viewed must be sliced extremely thin and introduced into the column’s vacuum.


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Transmission electron microscopes


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usually do not attain such high magnifications (30 to 10,000 times is the usual range), but surface detail of thick objects can be observed when a scanner makes the object visible on a cathode tube like a television screen.


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Scanning electron microscopes


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it means “with a true nucleus”


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Eukaryote

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first used the term “cell” to refer to the small chambers he saw in magnified slices of cork.


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Robert Hooke


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are structural and functional units of life.

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Cells

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He examined thin slices of cork, and called the compartments as cells

A:

Robert Hooke

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Our investigation of life is greatly assisted by various types of microscopes that can magnify our images of cells and tissues up to hundreds or even thousands of times their actual size


A:

Modern Microscope

Q:

increase magnification as light passes through a series of transparent lenses, presently made of various types of glass or calcium fluoride crystals.


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Light Microscope

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Provides detailed images of tiny structures within cells


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Electron Microscope

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Two types of light microscope

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Dissecting Microscope

Compound Microscope

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Allow three-dimensional viewing of opaque objects.

A:

Dissecting Microscope

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Require most material to be 'sliced' thinly for light to pass through.

A:

Compound Microscopes

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Can produce magnifications of 200,000 or more times, but the material to be viewed must be sliced extremely thin and introduced into the column’s vacuum.


A:

Transmission electron microscopes


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usually do not attain such high magnifications (30 to 10,000 times is the usual range), but surface detail of thick objects can be observed when a scanner makes the object visible on a cathode tube like a television screen.


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Scanning electron microscopes


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it means “with a true nucleus”


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Eukaryote

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