Chapter 2 cells

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Published on November 20, 2013

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A slide about Cells and its facts. A basic introduction is added in this presentation. Some parts of this presentation contain interactive buttons, thus making learning much more interesting. and a video on the introduction to cells. All animations in this presentation are automatic so do not press on the mouse button to show the slide content. only press the mouse button when going to the next slide.

SciMatic Week 2012 Creative Ways to Demonstrate Science Concepts

SciMatic Week 2012

     Function of Cell Structure of Cells Types of Cells Cell organisation in Humans Types of Organisms Creative Ways to Demonstrate Science Concepts

 Cells are basic units of all living things. All living things are made up of Cells Cork Cells seen under Robert Hooke’s Microscope Creative Ways to Demonstrate Science Concepts

Creative Ways to Demonstrate Science Concepts

 To Magnify the Specimen  Can be changed by rotating a different objective lens to place.  Magnification is often X 10 or X 40 Creative Ways to Demonstrate Science Concepts

 Is where the slide with the specimen is placed.  Contains clips that hold the slide in place. Creative Ways to Demonstrate Science Concepts

 Controls the amount of light that goes through the specimen. Creative Ways to Demonstrate Science Concepts

 Reflects light from a light source( lamp or sunlight) up through the diaphragm. Creative Ways to Demonstrate Science Concepts

 Stabilises the microscope so that it will not topple. Creative Ways to Demonstrate Science Concepts

 A Lens to look through to look at specimens.  It magnifies the image of the specimen.  Magnification around x10 Creative Ways to Demonstrate Science Concepts

 To carry the microscope Creative Ways to Demonstrate Science Concepts

 Used to move the lens closer to focus on the specimen. Creative Ways to Demonstrate Science Concepts

 Used to move the objective lens closer the specimen in degrees. Creative Ways to Demonstrate Science Concepts

Creative Ways to Demonstrate Science Concepts

Creative Ways to Demonstrate Science Concepts

Creative Ways to Demonstrate Science Concepts

 Consists of a Cell membrane surrounding a living component called the Protoplasm.  The Protoplasm consists of the Nucleus and Cytoplasd Creative Ways to Demonstrate Science Concepts

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