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     1. You can see the cells of all the following under microscope, except  ................

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2. The function of coarse focus and fine focus is making the image of sample very clear under microscope *
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    3. All the following are from parts of microscope, except   

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4. We can see the examined sample in bigger size when using the high power objective lens *
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5. The modern microscopes help scientists to discover more information about the cell. *
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6. Scientists concluded that the …………… is the basic unit of the organism’s  structure. *
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7.  All objective lenses of microscope have the same focusing power. *
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8. The modern microscope help scientists to discover all the following information about the cell, except hat......... *
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9. The body of a living organism that contains complex systems, consists of one cell only *
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10. The ………………………… consist(s) of a group of tissues *
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11. Microscopes help scientists to discover that         is the building unit of living organisms bodies.

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12.   We look at the sample through the objective lens of the microscope. *
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13. The body of simple living organisms as bacteria consists of
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14. 1-A complex living system contains one cell.

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15. The cell is the ………………………… unit of life *
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16. All the following are form the parts of a compound microscope, except  the …… . *
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17.  We change the magnifying power of the microscope by using  a different mirror. *
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18. It's a part of the microscope through which you look at the sample.   *
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19. It's a part of the microscope that changes the magnifying power.

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20. The membrane of an onion consists of units called cells.  *
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21. A leaf cell and a red blood cell can exist in the same organism *
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22. You can change the power of magnifying of a microscope by using another *
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    23. When you examine a piece of onion under microscope using the low power objective lens, you        will see the cells of onion in          size.

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