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Cells, Microscopes, and Domains of Life
Introduction Modern cell theory Different types of cells –prokaryotic, eukaryotic Three cell components –cell membrane, genetic material, cytoplasm Five kingdoms Three domains
The hierarchy of biological order
The traditional 5-kingdom system
The three domains of life
The 5-kingdom system compared with alternative schemes of classification
Fig The Eukaryotic Tree of Life
The Compound Light Microscope Prepared letter e NEVER USE COARSE ADJUSTMENT ON HIGH POWER!
Microscopic Measurement (p.72) Field of View Diameter Table 1. Diameter of field of view with three different objective lenses
Diversity of Bacterial Forms CoccusBacillusSpirillus
Fig Rhizopus (bread mold) life cycle Fungi:
Fig. 6-4 A Generalized Animal Cell Animalia:
Fig A Generalized Plant Cell Plantae:
Putting Away the Microscope Remove the slide and return it to its proper place Turn down the rheostat to 3 or lower Turn off the illuminator switch. Revolve the nosepiece so the 4X objective is in place. Cover the microscope with its cover.