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#2
Why is Anton van Leeuwenhoek considered the “father of microscopy?”

He was one of the first to invent the microscope.

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#5
Organisms that cause ringworm and athletes feet are in the kingdom of...

Fungae

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#6
Which of eukaryotes, plants, animals, fungi, and prokaryotes have a nucleus?

All of these

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#16
Which part of plants are fungal hyphae most similar to?

The trunks

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#20
What are prokaryotic cells?

Single-celled organisms

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#22
What is found in the cytoplasm if bacteria cells?

Nucleus

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#24
Where is the DNA in a eukaryote?

In the cell’s nucleus

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#30
What is not found inside a prokaryote cell?

Nucleus

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#49
What divides all living things?

Three domains

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#52
Why weren’t archaea classified as their own kingdom until recently?

They have a different makeup than bacteria

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#56
What are bacteria called because of not having of a nucleus?

Prokaryotic

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#59
What on the microscope can increase or decrease the amount of light for the viewing slide?

The diaphragm

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#60
What is used for focusing in high power?

The high power objective lens

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What is used for focusing in low power?

The course adjustment knob

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#28
What is the difference between plant and animal cells?

Plant cells have cell walls, but animal cells don’t

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