12Microscope Rules Never force anything on the microscope Inform the instructor if there is a problem with the microscopeOnly use your assigned microscopePlease do the following when you are finishedClick the 4x objective in placeLower the stage far from the objectivePlace the microscope in its assigned space
13Slides to View Letter E Colored Threads Cheek cells Arthropod: Cyclops or DaphniaAlgae: Volvox, Spirogyra, or StentorPrototists: Amoeba, Paramecium or diatomsMixed BacteriaPond water wetmountKM
22Representative algae, or plantlike protists: The diatom Campylodiscus hibernicus These protists usually have cell walls surrounded by a loosely attached test that contains silicon or calcium carbonate. Most reproduce by binary fission. Some lack flagella.