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Things we Observed Things Scientists Use The Micro- scope Skills Scientists Use Things that Begin with C Misc
A group of simple plants that live in water or damp areas
Single-celled microorganism that are usually harmless
A single-celled pear shaped microorganism usually found in pond water!
A type of green algae that live in colonies arranged in hollow spheres!
A roundworm that lives in vinegar!
An instrument used to detect changes in the atmosphere!
A device for viewing small things!
A sample used to represent an entire group!
A procedure used to investigate a scientific question!
Information gathered during an experiment!
The maximum view visible through the lens of a microscope!
Field of View!
To adjust the position of a lens to make an image clearer!
A small piece of glass used to used to hold a specimen under a microscope!
A piece of curved glass that bends light!
The inventor of the Microscope!
To study something by breaking it into smaller parts!
To group things because of a shared characteristic!
A prediction about how something works!
To think up something for the first time!
A conclusion based on evidence!
An animal that eats its own kind!
Short hair like extensions that act like paddles!
A population of one species living in one place! 5 – 300
Colony! 5 – 300
Curved or rounded!
A scientific investigation in which one variable is changed and all the others remain constant !
Long whip like structures to help organisms move!
To produce a new organism of the same species!
Synonym for Clear!
A living Creature!
A tiny organism that can be seen only under a microscope!
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