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  1. A cell that does NOT have a nucleus or any other membrane-covered organelles. An organism that has prokaryotic cells (bacteria) is known as a prokaryote.

  2. Moves the body tube/stage slightly to bring the object into sharper focus. Can be used with any powered objective lens.

  3. A combination of two or more tissues that work together to perform a specific function.

  4. An instrument that makes small objects look larger. Simple microscope - composed on one lens. Compound microscope - composed of two or more lenses.

  5. Moves the body tube/stage up and down to allow focusing of the image when on low-powered objective lens.

  6. A group of organs that work together to perform a body function.

5 True/False questions

  1. objective
    Magnify the object. Low-powered objectives magnify the specimen slightly (4x or 10X), while high-powered objectives magnify the specimen more (40X or above).

          

  2. diaphragmA living thing, made up of cell(s) that carries out life processes and dies. Living things can be unicellular (ex: bacteria, yeast) or multicellular (ex: rabbit, cats, ants, sunflowers).

          

  3. eyepiece
    Magnify the object. Low-powered objectives magnify the specimen slightly (4x or 10X), while high-powered objectives magnify the specimen more (40X or above).

          

  4. unicellularMade up of many cells. Mutli- = many

          

  5. eukaryoticA cell that contains a nucleus and a complex internal structure. An organism that has eukaryotic cells is a eukaryote.

          

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