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MICROSCOPES

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4.a round disk that has several different size holes in it. It allows you to change amount of light that comes through the aperture
6.attached to the nosepiece holds the lenses, shortest lense is the lease powerful, longet lenses in the most powerful
7.holds the upper part of the micrscope above the stage
11.this is where you look into the microscope to see the image of the thing that you are looking for
12.holds the two or three objective lenses, it rotates around in a circle allowing you to choose which objective you wan to use
13.square plastic piece that covers the specimen onthe slide
14.small knob under the coarse adjustment knob, fine tunes the image
15.large flat area directly under the objective lenses that has a hole in the middle of it
Down
1.light source
2.big round knob allows you to move the upper portion of the micrscope up and down to focus the slide
3.holds the microscope
5.the hole in the middle of the stage
8.thin piece of glass that you place over the opening in the stage and is held in place by stage clips
9.the long, skinny tube that holds the eyepiece, it allows the light of the image to travel up from the objective lenses to the eyepiece
10.shiny clips that are on top of the stage that hold te microscope slide in place

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