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Microscope Basics. Ocular lens (Eyepiece). Ocular lens (Eyepiece). Body Tube. Ocular lens (Eyepiece). Body Tube. Nosepiece Holds the HIGH- and LOW- power objective LENSES; can be rotated to change MAGNIFICATION. Ocular lens (Eyepiece). Body Tube. Nosepiece

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slide4

Ocular lens(Eyepiece)

  • Body Tube
  • Nosepiece
    • Holds the HIGH- and LOW- power objective LENSES; can be rotated to change MAGNIFICATION.
slide5

Ocular lens(Eyepiece)

  • Body Tube
  • Nosepiece
    • Holds the HIGH- and LOW- power objective LENSES; can be rotated to change MAGNIFICATION.
  • OBJECTIVE LENSES
  • Magnification ranges from
  • 10 X to 40 X
slide6

Ocular lens(Eyepiece)

  • Body Tube
  • Nosepiece
    • Holds the HIGH- and LOW- power objective LENSES; can be rotated to change MAGNIFICATION.
  • OBJECTIVE LENSES
  • Magnification ranges from
  • 10 X to 40 X
  • STAGE CLIPS
  • HOLD the slide in place
slide7

Ocular lens(Eyepiece)

  • Body Tube
  • Nosepiece
    • Holds the HIGH- and LOW- power objective LENSES; can be rotated to change MAGNIFICATION.
  • OBJECTIVE LENSES
  • Magnification ranges from
  • 10 X to 40 X
  • STAGE CLIPS
  • HOLD the slide in place
  • DIAPHRAGM
  • Regulates the amount of LIGHT on the specimen
slide8

Ocular lens(Eyepiece)

  • Body Tube
  • Nosepiece
    • Holds the HIGH- and LOW- power objective LENSES; can be rotated to change MAGNIFICATION.
  • OBJECTIVE LENSES
  • Magnification ranges from
  • 10 X to 40 X
  • STAGE CLIPS HOLD the slide in place
  • DIAPHRAGM Regulates the amount of LIGHT on the specimen
  • LIGHT SOURCE Projects light UPWARDS through the diaphragm, the SPECIMEN, and the LENSES
slide9

Ocular lens(Eyepiece)

  • Body Tube
  • Nosepiece
    • Holds the HIGH- and LOW- power objective LENSES; can be rotated to change MAGNIFICATION.
  • OBJECTIVE LENSES
  • Magnification ranges from
  • 10 X to 40 X
  • STAGE CLIPS HOLD the slide in place
  • DIAPHRAGM Regulates the amount of LIGHT on the specimen
  • LIGHT SOURCE Projects light UPWARDS through the diaphragm, the SPECIMEN, and the LENSES
  • BASE
  • Supports the MICROSCOPE
slide10

Ocular lens(Eyepiece)

  • Body Tube
  • Nosepiece
    • Holds the HIGH- and LOW- power objective LENSES; can be rotated to change MAGNIFICATION.
  • OBJECTIVE LENSES
  • Magnification ranges from
  • 10 X to 40 X
  • STAGE CLIPS HOLD the slide in place
  • DIAPHRAGM Regulates the amount of LIGHT on the specimen
  • FINE ADJUSTMENT KNOB
  • Moves the stage slightly to SHARPEN the image
  • LIGHT SOURCE Projects light UPWARDS through the diaphragm, the SPECIMEN, and the LENSES
  • BASE
  • Supports the MICROSCOPE
slide11

Ocular lens(Eyepiece)

  • Body Tube
  • Nosepiece
    • Holds the HIGH- and LOW- power objective LENSES; can be rotated to change MAGNIFICATION.
  • OBJECTIVE LENSES
  • Magnification ranges from
  • 10 X to 40 X
  • STAGE CLIPS HOLD the slide in place
  • COARSE ADJUSTMENT KNOB
  • Moves the stage up and down for FOCUSING
  • DIAPHRAGM Regulates the amount of LIGHT on the specimen
  • FINE ADJUSTMENT KNOB
  • Moves the stage slightly to SHARPEN the image
  • LIGHT SOURCE Projects light UPWARDS through the diaphragm, the SPECIMEN, and the LENSES
  • BASE
  • Supports the MICROSCOPE
slide12

Ocular lens(Eyepiece)

  • Body Tube
  • Nosepiece
    • Holds the HIGH- and LOW- power objective LENSES; can be rotated to change MAGNIFICATION.
  • OBJECTIVE LENSES
  • Magnification ranges from
  • 10 X to 40 X
  • STAGE
  • Supports the SLIDE being viewed
  • STAGE CLIPS HOLD the slide in place
  • COARSE ADJUSTMENT KNOB
  • Moves the stage up and down for FOCUSING
  • DIAPHRAGM Regulates the amount of LIGHT on the specimen
  • FINE ADJUSTMENT KNOB
  • Moves the stage slightly to SHARPEN the image
  • LIGHT SOURCE Projects light UPWARDS through the diaphragm, the SPECIMEN, and the LENSES
  • BASE
  • Supports the MICROSCOPE
slide13

Ocular lens(Eyepiece)

  • Body Tube
  • Nosepiece
    • Holds the HIGH- and LOW- power objective LENSES; can be rotated to change MAGNIFICATION.
  • ARM
  • Used to SUPPORT the microscope when carried
  • OBJECTIVE LENSES
  • Magnification ranges from
  • 10 X to 40 X
  • STAGE
  • Supports the SLIDE being viewed
  • STAGE CLIPS HOLD the slide in place
  • COARSE ADJUSTMENT KNOB
  • Moves the stage up and down for FOCUSING
  • DIAPHRAGM Regulates the amount of LIGHT on the specimen
  • FINE ADJUSTMENT KNOB
  • Moves the stage slightly to SHARPEN the image
  • LIGHT SOURCE Projects light UPWARDS through the diaphragm, the SPECIMEN, and the LENSES
  • BASE
  • Supports the MICROSCOPE
slide14

Ocular lens(Eyepiece)

  • Body Tube
  • Nosepiece
    • Holds the HIGH- and LOW- power objective LENSES; can be rotated to change MAGNIFICATION.
  • ARM
  • Used to SUPPORT the microscope when carried
  • OBJECTIVE LENSES
  • Magnification ranges from
  • 10 X to 40 X
  • STAGE
  • Supports the SLIDE being viewed
  • STAGE CLIPS HOLD the slide in place
  • COARSE ADJUSTMENT KNOB
  • Moves the stage up and down for FOCUSING
  • DIAPHRAGM Regulates the amount of LIGHT on the specimen
  • FINE ADJUSTMENT KNOB
  • Moves the stage slightly to SHARPEN the image
  • LIGHT SOURCE Projects light UPWARDS through the diaphragm, the SPECIMEN, and the LENSES
  • BASE
  • Supports the MICROSCOPE
what happens as the power of magnification increases
What happens as the power of magnification increases?

Power = 10 x 10 = 100

Power = 10 x 40 = 400

Power = 10 x 4 = 40