Tools of the Biologist
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Compound Light Microscope
Microscope that allows light to pass through a specimen and uses two lenses to form an image.
Microscope that forms an image by focusing beams of electrons onto a specimen.
Contains the lense through which we look, typically 10x
Individual lens attached to the revolving nose piece, magnification varies.
Determined by multiplying the eyepiece power (usually 10x) by the objective lens in place
an apparatus that rotates at high speed to separate substances of different densities
A process used for separating mixtures by virtue of differences in absorbency.
Separates DNA fragments by size using an electric current
Controls the amount of light reaching the specimen
Field of View; the area of a specimen which is visible at any given maginfication. The field of view decreases as the magnification increases.
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