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  1. A 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).
  2. Composed of three parts:
    1) All organisms are composed of one or more cells.
    2) The cell is the basic unit of life in all living things.
    3) All cells come from existing cells.

  3. The basic unit of structure and function of any living thing.

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

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

5 True/False questions

  1. multicellularMade up of one cell. Single-celled. Uni- = one, single

          

  2. organA 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. eukaryoticA 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.

          

  4. tissue
    The basic unit of structure and function of any living thing.

          

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

          

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