Light and Electron microscopes

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  • Created on: 08-03-15 13:57

1. What is the correct calculation for actual size?

  • Actual size = Image size / Magnification
  • Actual size = Image size x Resolution
  • Actual size = Image size x Magnification
  • Actual size = Magnification / Image size
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2. Why do we stain specimens?

  • They colour specimens making them look better for presentation
  • Staining allows us to see different parts of the specimen
  • Stains allow us to locate specimens
  • They make the specimens look bigger

3. What is the correct calculation for Magnification?

  • Magnification = Image size x Actual size
  • Magnification = Actual size / Image size
  • Magnification = Image size / Actual size
  • Magnification = Image size / Resolution

4. What is sectioning?

  • Coating a section of the specimens structure
  • Embedding specimens in wax
  • Distorting a setion of the specimens struture
  • Embedding specimens in a liquid

5. What is the definition of magnification?

  • The amount that an image is enlarged
  • The degree to which an image is changed
  • The size of an image
  • The act of enlarging an image

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