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1 Microscope Basics

2 1.Ocular lens (Eyepiece)

3 2.Body Tube

4 1.Ocular lens (Eyepiece) 2.Body Tube 3.Nosepiece Holds the HIGH- and LOW- power objective LENSES; can be rotated to change MAGNIFICATION.

5 1.Ocular lens (Eyepiece) 2.Body Tube 3.Nosepiece Holds the HIGH- and LOW- power objective LENSES; can be rotated to change MAGNIFICATION. 4.OBJECTIVE LENSES Magnification ranges from 10 X to 40 X

6 1.Ocular lens (Eyepiece) 2.Body Tube 3.Nosepiece Holds the HIGH- and LOW- power objective LENSES; can be rotated to change MAGNIFICATION. 4.OBJECTIVE LENSES Magnification ranges from 10 X to 40 X 5.STAGE CLIPS HOLD the slide in place

7 1.Ocular lens (Eyepiece) 2.Body Tube 3.Nosepiece Holds the HIGH- and LOW- power objective LENSES; can be rotated to change MAGNIFICATION. 4.OBJECTIVE LENSES Magnification ranges from 10 X to 40 X 5.STAGE CLIPS HOLD the slide in place 6.DIAPHRAGM Regulates the amount of LIGHT on the specimen

8 1.Ocular lens (Eyepiece) 2.Body Tube 3.Nosepiece Holds the HIGH- and LOW- power objective LENSES; can be rotated to change MAGNIFICATION. 4.OBJECTIVE LENSES Magnification ranges from 10 X to 40 X 5.STAGE CLIPS HOLD the slide in place 6.DIAPHRAGM Regulates the amount of LIGHT on the specimen 7.LIGHT SOURCE Projects light UPWARDS through the diaphragm, the SPECIMEN, and the LENSES

9 1.Ocular lens (Eyepiece) 2.Body Tube 3.Nosepiece Holds the HIGH- and LOW- power objective LENSES; can be rotated to change MAGNIFICATION. 4.OBJECTIVE LENSES Magnification ranges from 10 X to 40 X 5.STAGE CLIPS HOLD the slide in place 6.DIAPHRAGM Regulates the amount of LIGHT on the specimen 7.LIGHT SOURCE Projects light UPWARDS through the diaphragm, the SPECIMEN, and the LENSES 8.BASE Supports the MICROSCOPE

10 1.Ocular lens (Eyepiece) 2.Body Tube 3.Nosepiece Holds the HIGH- and LOW- power objective LENSES; can be rotated to change MAGNIFICATION. 4.OBJECTIVE LENSES Magnification ranges from 10 X to 40 X 5.STAGE CLIPS HOLD the slide in place 6.DIAPHRAGM Regulates the amount of LIGHT on the specimen 7.LIGHT SOURCE Projects light UPWARDS through the diaphragm, the SPECIMEN, and the LENSES 8.BASE Supports the MICROSCOPE 9.FINE ADJUSTMENT KNOB Moves the stage slightly to SHARPEN the image

11 1.Ocular lens (Eyepiece) 2.Body Tube 3.Nosepiece Holds the HIGH- and LOW- power objective LENSES; can be rotated to change MAGNIFICATION. 4.OBJECTIVE LENSES Magnification ranges from 10 X to 40 X 5.STAGE CLIPS HOLD the slide in place 6.DIAPHRAGM Regulates the amount of LIGHT on the specimen 7.LIGHT SOURCE Projects light UPWARDS through the diaphragm, the SPECIMEN, and the LENSES 8.BASE Supports the MICROSCOPE 9.FINE ADJUSTMENT KNOB Moves the stage slightly to SHARPEN the image 10.COARSE ADJUSTMENT KNOB Moves the stage up and down for FOCUSING

12 1.Ocular lens (Eyepiece) 2.Body Tube 3.Nosepiece Holds the HIGH- and LOW- power objective LENSES; can be rotated to change MAGNIFICATION. 4.OBJECTIVE LENSES Magnification ranges from 10 X to 40 X 5.STAGE CLIPS HOLD the slide in place 6.DIAPHRAGM Regulates the amount of LIGHT on the specimen 7.LIGHT SOURCE Projects light UPWARDS through the diaphragm, the SPECIMEN, and the LENSES 8.BASE Supports the MICROSCOPE 9.FINE ADJUSTMENT KNOB Moves the stage slightly to SHARPEN the image 10.COARSE ADJUSTMENT KNOB Moves the stage up and down for FOCUSING 11.STAGE Supports the SLIDE being viewed

13 1.Ocular lens (Eyepiece) 2.Body Tube 3.Nosepiece Holds the HIGH- and LOW- power objective LENSES; can be rotated to change MAGNIFICATION. 4.OBJECTIVE LENSES Magnification ranges from 10 X to 40 X 5.STAGE CLIPS HOLD the slide in place 6.DIAPHRAGM Regulates the amount of LIGHT on the specimen 7.LIGHT SOURCE Projects light UPWARDS through the diaphragm, the SPECIMEN, and the LENSES 8.BASE Supports the MICROSCOPE 9.FINE ADJUSTMENT KNOB Moves the stage slightly to SHARPEN the image 10.COARSE ADJUSTMENT KNOB Moves the stage up and down for FOCUSING 11.STAGE Supports the SLIDE being viewed 12.ARM Used to SUPPORT the microscope when carried

14 1.Ocular lens (Eyepiece) 2.Body Tube 3.Nosepiece Holds the HIGH- and LOW- power objective LENSES; can be rotated to change MAGNIFICATION. 4.OBJECTIVE LENSES Magnification ranges from 10 X to 40 X 5.STAGE CLIPS HOLD the slide in place 6.DIAPHRAGM Regulates the amount of LIGHT on the specimen 7.LIGHT SOURCE Projects light UPWARDS through the diaphragm, the SPECIMEN, and the LENSES 8.BASE Supports the MICROSCOPE 9.FINE ADJUSTMENT KNOB Moves the stage slightly to SHARPEN the image 10.COARSE ADJUSTMENT KNOB Moves the stage up and down for FOCUSING 11.STAGE Supports the SLIDE being viewed 12.ARM Used to SUPPORT the microscope when carried

15 What happens as the power of magnification increases? Power = 10 x 4 = 40 Power = 10 x 10 = 100Power = 10 x 40 = 400


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