The part that holds the objective lenses and turns to choose a lens
The lens that you look through in the microscope
Multiply the power of the eyepiece by the power of the objective lens
This controls the amount of light let in
One of three lenses ( 4x, 10X) used with the eyepiece to see an object
The place place where the speciman is in focus when you look through the eyepiece
Field of View
The round light you see when you look through the eyepiece
The magnification of a lens (10X, 40X)
The bottom of the microscope which supports it
The square platrform where the specimen is put
Means to "make bigger"
The tool that scientists use which has two lenses
The strong structure that connects the base to the nosepiece
The knob that focuses to see more clearly
The knob that moves the stage closer to the objective lense.
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