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Which scientist looked at gum scrapings and pond water?
a) Hooke b) Leeuwenhoek c) Schleiden d) Virchow
What scientist looked at cork through the microscope and called what he saw cells?
a) Schleiden b) Hooke c) Schwann d) Virchow
Which statement is not a part of the cell theory?
a) Living things need water and food to reproduce b) Cell come from preexisting cells c) Cells are the basic unit of life d) All living things are made of cells
What type of microscope would be used if you wanted to view an amoeba eating a paramecium
a) compound b) electron c) scanning d)
What type of lens magnifies images?
a) Concave b) Convex c) none of the above d) both concave and convex
If an object's magnification under the microscope is 400x and the ocular is 10x, what is the objective lens magnification?
a) 4000x b) 4x c) 40x d) none of the above
Which would have the best resolution?
a) a compound microscope b) an electron microscope c) a magnifying glass d) contact lenses
A light microscope with more than one lens is called ______
a) a compound microscope b) an electron microscope c) a contact lens d) none of the above
An advantage to using a light microscope is that the object
a) none of the above b) is not moving c) can be thick d) can be living
Which scientist said that all plants are made of cells?
a) Schleiden b) Schwann c) Virchow d) Leeuwenhoek
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