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How do you calculate total magnificationsas

Eyepiece lens x objective lens

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Define the term resolution

Resolution is the ability to distinguish between two separate points in an image

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What is the role of the nucleus

Contains DNA in the form of chromosomes. Contains the genetic code.

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What is the role cytoplasm in a cell

This is where chemcial reactions take place

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What is the function of the cell membrane

Controls what enters and leaves the cells.

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What is function of the mitochondria is cells

This is the site of respiration.
Glucose + Oxyen --> Carbon dioxide + water vapour + ATP energy

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Define the word 'magnification'

Magnification is how much bigger an image is compared to it's actual size.
Can be calculated by using the IAM triange.

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Function of the cellulose cell wall

This is outer layer of plant cells. It is made of cellulose. It gives the plant strength and support.

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Why are ribosomes needed in a cell?

Ribosomes are the site (location) where proteins are made.

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What is the function of chloroplasts in plant cells?

Chloroplasts contain a green chemcial called chlorophyll. It traps sunlight energy which is needed for photosynthesis.

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Magnification

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Prokaryotic cells

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Dilute

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Cytokinesis

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Organ system

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Carbohydrates

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Haemoglobin

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Resolution

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Plasmid

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Concentrated

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Gene

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Small Intestine

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Active site

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LORD

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Osmosis

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Chromosome

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IAM triangle

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Crenated

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Nucleus

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Differentiated cell

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Pacemaker

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Gall Bladder

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Nerve cell

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Blood

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Plasma adaptations

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Statins cytoplasm

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Red Blood Cells

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Adaptations of Protein

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Cell membrane adaptations

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Embryonic stem cell

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The alveoli

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White Blood Cells

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Turgid

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Carbohydrate

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Sperm cell

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Mitochondria

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Inhalation adaptations

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Adult stem cell

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Lipids

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Platelets

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Turgor

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Pressure

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Ribosome

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Root hair cell

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Exhalation

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Zygote

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Enzymes

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Arteries adaptation

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Active Transport

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Cell Wall

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Cloning

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Active site

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Veins

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Xylem cells

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SA to V ratio

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Vacuole

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Substrate molecule

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Phloem Cells

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Interphase

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Tissue

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Protease

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Chloroplast

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Diffusion

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Double circulatory system

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Rate of diffusion organ

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Lipase

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Eukaryotic cells

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