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Row 1, Col 1 Adjust this to control the amount of light on your microscope. What is the diaphragm?
1,2 Chicken pox, polio, and smallpox can be prevented with this treatment. What is a vaccine
1,3 This structure allows materials in and out of the cell What is the cell membrane?
1,4 Cell theory is based on the work of this many men. What is four?
2,1 This microscope has 2 or more lenses and uses illumination to magnify objects What is a compound microscope?
2,2 What is a host cell? Without this, a virus cannot reproduce.
2,3 What is the nucleus? Usually, the largest organelle
2,4 Who is Schwaan? This scientist studied animals.
3,1 The first adjustment knob used to bring a specimen into focus. What is the course adjustment?
3,2 The 4 stages of viral replication.. What are: attach, invade, copy, release?
3,3 Proteins are made here. What are ribosomes?
3,4 Of the following, which is not a part of cell theory: All animals and plants are made of cells All cells are alike Cells can only come from pre-existing cells What is “all cells are alike”?
4,1 The creator of the first simple microscope. Who is Anton Van Leeuwenhoek?
4,2 A virus that does not immediately make new viral particles or destroy the cell. What is a latent virus?
4,3 These structures are found only in plant cells. What are chloroplasts, cell wall and a large central vacuole?
4,4 This scientist concluded that cells only come from pre-existing cells Who is Rudolph Virchow?
What is 400X? The total magnification using 40 X objective lens.
5,2 A strand of hereditary material surrounded by a protein coat What is a virus?
5,3 Jelly like material inside a cell. What is cytoplasm?
5,4 A cell having no membrane bound nucleus. What is a prokaryote??
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