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Microscopic images and Cell Specialization. Next time you look under a microscope, observe the relationship between the specimen appearance with unaided eye – and the specimen appearance through the eyepiece. Images appear upside down and backward, compared to slide.

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Microscopic images and cell specialization

Microscopic images and Cell Specialization

  • Next time you look under a microscope, observe the relationship between the specimen appearance with unaided eye – and the specimen appearance through the eyepiece.


Images appear upside down and backward compared to slide

Images appear upside down and backward, compared to slide


Ask yourself these three questions

Ask yourself these three questions:

  • Is it multicellular or unicellular?

  • What is its function?

  • How does its shape (its structures) aid in the function?


Amoeba

Amoeba


Animal cells mitosis

Animal cells (mitosis)


Muscle cells

Muscle Cells


Onion bulb cells

Onion bulb cells


Filamentous algae

Filamentous Algae


Root cells at edge

Root cells at edge


Cross section of root

Cross section of root


Cross section of plant stem

Cross section of plant stem


Cross section of plant leaf

Cross section of plant leaf


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