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This separates the objectives and the lens body tube
Moves the objective lenses Revolving Nosepiece
Magnifies images 4x, 10x, 40x Objectives
Holds slides in place stage clips
Adjusts the amount of light Diaphragm
Illuminates Specimen Light source
Magnification lens you look through eyepiece
A supporting structure that connects lenses to the base arm
Flat platform where slides are placed Stage
This knob is used when focusing CourseAdjustmentknob
This is used to sharpen the image of a specimen fine adjustment knob
The supporting structure on the bottom base
Found only in animal cells; Uses enzymes to help digestion Lysosome
The control center of the cell NUcleus
Surrounds and protects the cell Cell membrane
Jelly like substance found inside of the cell Cytoplasm
The powerhouse of the cell - makes energy for the cell Mitochondrion
Makes proteins Ribosomes
Found only in a plant cell; Gives the cell structure and support Cell wall
Found only in a plant cell; Uses sunlight to make food for the cell chloroplast
Found in plant cells; Storage area for the cell Largevacuole

Microscope Crossword

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Description

You look through to see the specimen. eyepiece
Holds the high and low power objectives, can be rotated to change magnification. revolving nosepiece
Projects light upwards through the diaphragm, the specimen, and the lenses. light source
Supports the slide being viewed. Stage
Magnification of objects ranges from 10x to 40x. objective lenses
Supports the entire microscope. Base
Moves the stage up and down for focusing. Coarse adjustment knob
Holds the slide in place. stage clips
Moves the stage slightly to sharpen the image. fine adjustment knob
Hollow tube that connects the eyepiece to the objective lenses. body tube
Is used to regulates the amount of light on the specimen. Diaphragm
Is used to support the microscope when carried. arm

Microscope Parts and Functions Crossword

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Description

The eyepiece that you look through. OcularLens
Lowers and raises the stage to adjust the focus of the specimen being looked at; usually only used with low power magnification. Coarse Adjustment Knob
Enhances the clarity of small details on the specimen being looked at; can be used at any of the magnification levels. Fine Adjustment Knob
Can be rotated to switch between lenses of different powers. Revolving Nosepiece
Another name for the revolving nosepiece. Turret
Enhances the magnification of the ocular lens; usually more than one. Objective Lenses
Where the specimen or slide is placed. Stage
Holds the slide securely in place. Stage Clips
Adjusts the amount of light that is focused under the specimen being observed. Diaphragm
The light source. Lamp
Used to hold and carry the microscope. Arm
Supports the entire microscope. Base

Microscope Crossword

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Description

The eyepiece that magnifies ten times Ocular
Connects the eye piece to the body body tube
the knob you use with the scanner lens Course adjustment knob
connects the upper part of the microscope to the base nosepiece
Holds the slide and moves up and down Stage
Holds the slide in place stage clips
lets in more or less light diaphragm
adjusts the focus to see fine detail on the high power lens fine adjustment knob
holds the microscope steady base
the name we give to the three lenses on the microscope objecive lenses
the thing we are observing under the microscope is called specimen
we observe with our five senses
the end of our lab is called the conclusion
the supplies we need in the lab materials
What we think is going to happen in the lab hypothosis

Microscope Parts Crossword

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Description

Connects the eyepiece to the objective lenses Body Tube
Helps in controlling the amount of light that is passing through the opening of the stage Diaphragm
Supports the tube of the microscope and connects to the base of the microscope Arm
Hold the slides in proper place Stage Clips
Has holders for the different objective lenses. It allows the rotation of the lenses while viewing. Nosepiece
At the top and is used to see the objects under study eyepiece
Provides support for the microscope base
Turns the illumination on or off Powerswitch
Platform that is flat used for placing the slides under observation Stage
Moves the body tube for focusing the high power lens Fine Adjustment
Three or four lenses are found on a microscope, with ranges of 10X, 40X, 100X powers Objective Lenses

Parts of the Microscope Crossword

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Description

moves the stage alot course
turns power on the light powerswitch
lens that recieves light from to form a magnified image objectivelenses
focus light onto specimen condenserlenses
controls the amount of light that passes through the bottom of stage diaphragm
used to hold the slide stageclips
provides light that passes up through the bottom of the stage lightsource
first inventor of the microscope janssen
tube extending from eyepiece to to objectives bodytube
revolving circular structure containing the objectives rotatingnosepiece
supports the microscope base
moves the stage a little fine
surface that holds the slide with the specimen stage
used to hold the slide on the stage arm
contains a lens that magnifies 10x eyepiece

Cells and microscopes crossword

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Controls what passes through the cell Cell membrane
Holds the organelles together Cytoplasm
Protects the nucleus Nuclear membrane
Stores materials Central Vacuole
Breaks down large food particles Lysosomes
Turns sunlight into useable energy Chloroplast
Protects the cell Cell wall
Converts food into energy Mitochondria
Packages and moves materials Golgi apparatus
Produces protein Ribosomes
Produces ribosmes Nucleolus
Contains information about the organism Chromatin
Moves materials around the cell Endoplasmic reticulum
Looked at a cork with his own microscopes Robert Hooke
Loved at his own teeth particle with his microscope Anton Van Leeuwenhoek
Who said that animals are made of cells Schwann
Concluded that plants are made of cells Schleiden
concluded that cells come from other cells Virchow
Holds the slide in place Stage clips
Contains the object Slide
What is the slide placed on for stability Stage
Adjusts for the high power objective lens Fine adjustment knob
Adjusts for the medium and low objective lenses Coarse adjustment knob
Allows you to look through the microscope Eyepiece
Supports the body of a microscope Arm
Supports the the whole microscope Base
What did Hoek look at Cork
All living things are made of Cells

The Compound Microscope Crossword

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Description

Supports the microscope Base
Illuminates the specimen, also called light source Mirror
Platform with slide with specimen, holds it Stage
Used to carry the microscope Arm
Smaller nob used for focusing image Fineadjusment
Bigger knob used to raise or lower the stage Coarseadjusment
To look through, magnifies 10 times Eyepiece
Connects the eyepiece to the objectives Bodytube
Rotates the objectives, changes the power Nosepiece
Large zoom, magnifies 400 times (blue) highpowerobjective
Magnifies 100 times (yellow) mediumpowerobjetives
40 times magnifies (red) Lowpowerobjective
Holds slide in place clip
Allows different amounts of light diaphragm

Cell Parts Crossword

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Description

Found in Animal and Plant bodies Cell
The conductor of the Cell Nucleus
Stores energy in Cells Mitochondria
A jell like substance that fills the cell Cytoplasm
Stores sunlight energy Chloroplast
Transport goods through Cell Golgi Body
Makes Rimbsome Rough ER
Makes Rimbsome Smooth ER
Makes Protiens Rimbsome
Another word for DNA NUCLEAR MEMBRANE
Protector of the Plant Cell Cell Wall
Helps reproduce the Cell Chromatin
Protects Animal Cell Cell Membrane
Digust waste in Cell Lysosome
Filled with liquid Vacuole
He said that cells reproduce Virchow
He was the person who found cells Hooke
He improved the microscope and looked at his own teeth scrapings Leeuwenhoek
He said that all plants are made of cells Schleiden
He said that all animals have cells Schwann
Cells are what unit of life Basic
What type of cell is blobby Animal
What cell has a rectangle structure Plant
What did the scientist make from the cells Cell Theory
What was used to see the cells Microscope
What year did Hooke find the cells 1665
What year did Schwann find animal cells 1839
When did Schleiden find plant cells 1838
When did Leeuwenhoek first started to work on cells 1674
The mirror that holds lenses Stage
The piece that lets you see in the microscope Eyepiece
A part that supports the lenses Arm
A part of the microscope that magnifies the object Objective Lenses
Passes light from head piece to eyepiece Body tube
Supports the microscope Base
Turns on power to microscope Power switch

Cells Crossword

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Description

Powerhouse of a cell Mitochondria
Basic unit of life Cells
He is a german physician, he came to the conclusion that all cells come from preexisting cells. Rudolf Virchow
Robert Hooke was the first person to see non living cells are name cells. Robert Hooke
Matthias schlseiden discovered that plants are made out of cells. Matthias Schlseiden
Theodor Schwann discovered that animals are made of cells Theodor Schwann
Cells come from existing cells. Cells are the basic unit of life. All living thing have cells Cell theory
Supports the body tube Arm
maintains distance between eyepiece and objectives lenses Body Tube
Shines on slide Light
moves the stage up and down to slightly sharpen the image - use after the coarse adjustment knob Fine adjustment Knob
moves the stage up and down for focusing - be careful when using on high power b/c you can crush the slide Coarse adjustment Knob
A organelle that contain chemicals that break down large food particles into smaller ones Lysosomes
A thin flexible barrier that surrounds a cell and controls what goes in and out of a cell Cell membrane
Stores water, food, and other materials needed by the cell Vacuole
A rigid supporting layer that surrounds the cell of plants and some other organisms Cell wall
An organelle in the cells of plants and some other organisms that captures energy from sunlight and changes it to an energy form that cells can use in making food. Chloroplasts
In cells, a large oval organelle that contains the cells genetic material in the form of DNA and controls many of the cells activities Nucleus
Produce protein Ribosomes
The thick fluid region of a cell located inside the cell membrane and nucleus. Cytoplasm
An organelle in a cell that receives protein and other newly formed material from the endoplasmic reticulum, packages them, and distributes them to other pants of the cell. Golgi body
The flat platform where you place your slides. Stage clips hold the slides in place. If your microscope has a mechanical stage, you will be able to move the slide around by turning two knobs. One moves it left and right, the other moves it up and down. Stage
the lens at the top that you look through. They are usually 10X or 15X power. Eyepiece lens
Metal clips that hold the slide in place Stage clips
Controls amount of light entering the body tube. Diaphragm
Holds high and low power objectives, can be rotated to adjust magnification. Revolving nosepiece
Provides magnification times 40 High objective

Microscope Word Search

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Word Search
Description

arm
base
body tube
course adjustment
diaphragm
Eyepiece
fine adjustment
high power objective
light source
low power objective
medium power objective
nose piece
stage
stage clips