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Grade 10 Lab Practices and Tools
This microscope uses beams of of electrons, rather than light, to produce images.
  1. microscope
  2. light microscope
  3. electron microscope
  4. compound light microscope
Grade 10 Lab Practices and Tools
Grade 3 Prefixes and Suffixes
Form the word.

microscope + ic
  1. microscopic
  2. microscopeic
  3. microscoppic
Grade 7 Lab Practices and Tools
Which microscope would you use if you wanted to study the surface of an object?
  1. Compound Microscope
  2. Light Microscope
  3. Scanning Electron Microscope
  4. Transmission Electron Microscope
Grade 7 STEM Words
Indicate the correct spelling.
  1. microscope
  2. mickroscope
  3. microscop
  4. microscoop
Grade 10 Lab Practices and Tools
Grade 7 Lab Practices and Tools
Which type of microscope uses light and more than one lens to view an object?
  1. compound light microscope
  2. scanning electron microscope
  3. simple light microscope
  4. transmission electron microscope
Grade 7 Lab Practices and Tools
If a healthcare worker wanted to view a highly detailed image of a virus attached to the surface of a cell, which microscope would be the best choice?
  1. compound light microscope
  2. scanning electron microscope
  3. simple light microscope
  4. transmission electron microscope
Grade 9 Lab Practices and Tools
The fine structures of the cell can be seen with the
  1. naked eye
  2. light microscope
  3. phase contrast microscope
  4. electron microscope
Grade 7 Lab Practices and Tools
What is the advantage of electron microscopes over light microscopes?
  1. lower cost
  2. higher magnification and resolution
  3. portability
  4. simpler technology
College Lab Practices and Tools
Light microscopes
  1. can generally magnify objects at 10,000 times without blurring.
  2. typically provide higher resolution than an electron microscope.
  3. work by reflecting electrons of the surface of an object being studied.
  4. use light and glass lenses to magnify the image of an object.
  5. are generally not used to view eukaryotic cells.
Grade 6 Microbiology
An organism that is microscopic.
  1. Microorganism
  2. Superorganism
  3. None of the above
Grade 6 Lab Practices and Tools
What is a proper way to carry a microscope?
  1. Carry the microscope by the ocular lens with one hand
  2. Carry a microscope by the arm and base, close to body
  3. Carry the microscope by the base
  4. Carry the microscope by the stage, close to body
Grade 3 Space Exploration
Grade 9 Lab Practices and Tools
A biologist wishes to observe changes over a period of time in a bacterial culture in fine detail using a microscope. He wishes to observe the culture closely, but does not want to damage the bacteria itself. Which of the following represents the best microscope to use for this experiment and why?
  1. The biologist should use an electron microscope. Not only does this type of microscope have greater resolving power than an electron microscope, but the sample will remain alive as well.
  2. The biologist should use a light microscope. Not only does this type of microscope have greater resolving power than an electron microscope, but the sample will remain alive as well.
  3. The biologist should use an electron microscope. Although this microscope will require that the sample is not living, the resolving power will be considerably more powerful than a light microscope.
  4. The biologist should use a light microscope. Although this microscope has less resolving power than an electron microscope, the sample will remain alive.
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