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What is Homogenisation?

Homogenisation is the breaking up of a cells plasma membrane in order to seperate the organelles

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What happens during filtration?

the now broken cell is serperated through a gauze in order to serperate the debris tissue from the smaller organelles

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what is ultracentrifugation?

the cell organelles are spun at different speeds in order to seperate the organelles depending on their dencity/weight. Hevier organelles go to the bottom and are taken away before they are spun at a higher speed and seperated thurther.

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what is the definition or magnification?

how much larger an image is to the actual size of a specimen

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what is the definition of resolution?

how well 2 close points can be distinguished

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