UCM BIO 001-01 - Lab 3 (5 pages)

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University of California, Merced
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Bio 001-01 - Contemporary Biology

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Ashlee Faloni Bio 001 Lab 3 SECTION I Health and Safety NO QUESTIONS but you will need to hear this safety induction in order to proceed in the lab SECTION II Measurements Q1 How many micrometers are there in a centimeter 1000 nm 10 3 nm Q2 How many nanometers are there in a meter 1000000000 10 8 nm Activity A 1 Length Q3 Which object did you select The object we selected was rope Q4 Estimate its length in centimeters Estimate 12 cm Q5 Measure its length using a ruler Measured length 12 5 cm Q6 How close were you to the actual length 50 mm Complete Table A 1 below with respect to the length of the same piece of string that you measured above Table A 1 Interconversion between units ACTIVITY IIA Measured length of string 12 5 cm Length in meters 0 125m Length in kilometers 0 000125km Length in millimeters 1250 mm Length in micrometers 125000 m Length in nanometers 1 25108 nm Page 2 of 9 Adapted from Spring 2016 version K Dulai Activity A 2 Weight is a measure of the mass of an object under gravitational pull Q7 Which object s did you select and how much does it weigh The teacher didn t make us do this part Activity A 3 Volume is a measure of the amount of material Q8 What is the weight of the water The teacher didn t make us do this part Q9 Since one ml of water weighs one gram what was the volume of water in your measuring cylinder The teacher didn t make us do this part Q10 How much did you select using the pipette 990mm Q11 How accurate was the instrument Within 1 l SECTION III Compound Light Microscopy Activity IVA 1 Safe handling of the microscope NO QUESTIONS ACTIVITY IVA Use of a microscope Page 3 of 9 Adapted from Spring 2016 version K Dulai Activity IVA 2 Examine your microscope and identify and label the following parts on Figure 1 Activity IVA 3 Observations with the compound light microscope Observation 1 Calculating total magnification Q1 How is the total magnification calculated Magnification of object x ocular total magnification is how the total



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