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75. Microscopes and Their Uses in Biology

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This Biology Factsheet summarises:
• Students must be aware of the limitations of microscopes.
• Students must know how to ‘set microscopes up’ correctly for optimum use.
• Candidates may be asked to interpret electron microscope pictures of cells and so should be aware of the capabilities of the electron microscope.
• Candidates must know the meaning of ‘resolving power’ and may be asked to calculate magnifications or absolute sizes of biological structures.

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September 2000

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ISSN: 1351-5136

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