|Step 1 of using a Microscope
| Place the smallest Objective Lens over the hole in the stage.
|Step 2 of using a Microscope
| Turn off the Focusing Knob to create a small gap between objective lens and the stage.
|Step 3 of using a Microscope
|Clip a microscope slide onto stage. The slip should have a Thin piece of specimens in water of stain and be covered with a coverslip
|Step 4 of using a Microscope
|Adjust the amount of light passing through the specimen by adjusting the Mirror
|Step 5 of using a Microscope
|Look down the Eyepiece Lens
|Step 6 of using a Microscope
|Turn the Focusing Knob until the specimen can be clearly clean.
|Step 7 of using a Microscope
|Use the fine Focusing Knob to get the best image.
|Step 8 of using a Microscope
|To see a bigger image select the next Objective Lens
|Step 9 of using a Microscope
|Use the fine Focusing Knob to get the image back into focus.
| M of MR GREEN
|Movement – the ability to bend a sway or relocate.
|R of MR GREEN
|Reproduction – the ability to reproduce and pass on traits.
|G of MR GREEN
|Growth – the ability to increase in size through cell growth or cell division.
|The Second R of MR GREEN
|Response – the ability to react to stimulus.
|E of MR GREEN
|Excretion – the ability to get rid of waste.
|The second E of MR GREEN
|Exchange of Gases – In animals, the abilityto take in oxegenan breath out carbon dioxide. In Plants, the ability to take in carbon dioxide and release oxygen.
|N of MR GREEN
|Nutrition – the ability to aquire and process foods/Nutrients.
|– Control Centre of the cell with your DNA
|– Protects the cells and is the a??Gatekeepera??
|– made up of two types, rough and smooth; each with its own function
|– allows the antibody to leave the cell. ( Packages them up)
|– takes amino acids to make antibodies
|– keeps the plant structured
|– combines CO2 and H2O with sun equals O2 and Sugar form of chemical energy
|1 type of the Cell theory
|All Living oganisms are composed of one or more cells.
|2 type of the cell theory
|The cell is the basic unitof structure and organization in organism
|3 type of the cell theory
|Cells arise from pre-exisiting cells
|– saclike structure often used to stored materials
|– an organelle in the cytoplasm of eukaryotic cells containing degradative enzymes enclosed in a membrane.
|– powerhouse of cells and take food in the cell and breaks it down into energy