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A simple microscope has how many lenses
a) 1 b) 2 c) 3 d) 4
Which of the following is true of a compound microscope?
a) light passes through object than through one lenses b) light passes through object then through concave lenses c) lets light pass through an object, then through two or more convex lenses d) none of the above
A stereo microscope gives you a
a) 2d view b) 3d view of object c) enlarges object by 270x d) enlarges object by 100x
Who was credited with discovering cells?
a) Robert Hooke b) Matthias Schleiden c) Anton Van Leeuwenhoek d) Theodor Schwann
Who was credited with disvering that new cells don't form on their own?
a) Robert Hooke b) Theodor Schwann c) Rudolph Virchow d) Anton Van Leeuwenhoek
The cell theory states
a) organisms made up of one, more cells b) basic units of structure and function in all organisms c) all cells come from cells that already exist d)
People thought earthworms fell from sky when it....
a) snowed b) thundered c) hailed d) rained
Three different microscopes you learned about were
a) compound, stereo, electron b) compound, ultra magnifying, and stereo c) stero, electron, and proton d) ultra magnifying, simple, compound
When something is too small to be seen with a light microscope, it can be viewed with a
a) stereo microscope b) compound microscope c) simple microscope d) electron microscope
Robert Hooked look at what under the microscope to conclude that little empty boxes were cells
a) wood b) cork c) beef d) pencil shavings
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