Microbiology

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Microbiology
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2010-09-01 15:12:33
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Microscope crossword
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  1. When observing a specimen using the high power or pol immersion objective one should focus with the ______ ________ knob only.
    Fine Adjustment
  2. Substance that is placed on the slide when focusing with the 100x objective
    Immersion Oil
  3. The part of the mechanical stage apparatus that holds the slide in position
    Stage clips
  4. The part of the microscope that connects the base with the ocular, revolving nosepiece and the stage
    Arm
  5. The objective with a magnification of 10x
    Low Power
  6. As one oncreases the magnification the working distance gets ___________
    Smaller
  7. The cylinders located on the revolving nosepiece that contain lenses of various magnifications are called ___________
    Objectives
  8. The part of the microscope that holds the slide in position and enables one to move the slide around the stage.
    Mechanical Stage
  9. The ____________ ____________ knob is used first when focusing with the scanning or low power objectives
    Coarse Adjustment
  10. The foundation of the microscope
    Base
  11. A "comma" shaped bacterium
    Vibrio
  12. Position in which the stage should be placed before storing the microscope
    Down
  13. If the specimen is in focus using one objective and requires very little adjustment when switching to another objective, the microscope is discribed as being ________
    Parafocal
  14. The objective with a magnification of 100x
    Oil Immersion
  15. The part of the microscope that is also called the eyepiece
    Ocular
  16. The highly resistant cell structures that may be observed as clear structures inside some bacteria
    Endospores
  17. The part of the microscope on which the slide is placed for observation
    Stage
  18. before storage the _________ objective should be placed in using position
    Scanning
  19. The space occuring between the end of the objective and the surface of the slide is called the __________ ___________
    Working Distance
  20. Immersion oil prevents the ________ of light
    refraction
  21. The area on the slide observed when looking through the cular is called the _________ _________
    Field of View
  22. The ocular has a magnification of ____
    10x
  23. _________ ______________ is calculated by multiplying the power of the ocular by the power of the objective in use
    Total magnification
  24. Before increasing the magnification, the object to be viewed should be placed in the ________ of the field
    Center
  25. Type of microscope that untilizes visible light to illuminate the specimen
    Light
  26. The microscope should always be carried with __________
    2 hands
  27. Objective with a magnification of 40x
    High Power
  28. If the 10x objective is in use the total magnification is _____x
    100x
  29. The low power objective has a magnification of ___x
    10x
  30. A long filamentous appendage see on some bacteria
    Flagellum
  31. the high power objective has a magnification of ___x
    40x
  32. The lenses of the microscope should be cleaned with ___________ only
    Lens paper
  33. A round or spherical shaped bacterium
    Coccus
  34. Curved or helical shaped bactera
    Spirals
  35. An elongated or rod shaped bacterium
    Bacillus
  36. A _________ _________ consists of the sepcimen suspended in fluid beneath a coverslip
    Wet Mount
  37. The objectives are located on the revolving __________
    Nose piece
  38. The part of the microscope that concentrates the light on the specimen
    Condenser
  39. The scanning objective has a magnification of _____x
    4x
  40. The total magnififcation when using the scanning objective is _____x
    40x
  41. Type of microscope that utilizes 2 sets of magnifying lenses
    Compound
  42. A thick, colorless, gelatinous layer occuring around the cell wall of some bacteria
    Capsule
  43. The part of the microscope that regulates the intensity of light on the specimen
    Iris diaphragm
  44. Bacteria are measured in units called _________
    Micrometers
  45. Type of microscope that utilizes electrons to illuminate the specimen being viewed
    Electron
  46. Type of microscope that illuminates the specimen in a blackened field
    Dark Field

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