Asked in Microbiology, Genetics
When would you use a dry mount to view a specimen under a microscope?
when you would want to see a non living organism than you use dry mount and when you want to see a living organism you use a wet mount ...
Asked in Ecosystems
How do you know if a living organism is a living thing?
You can touch it and see whether it responds to your touch maybe by moving away. ...
Asked in History of Science, Microbiology
What is the basic requirement for you to see an object using the microscope?
The basic requirement for you to see an object using the microscope is light. The amount of light will determine the visibility of the specimen. ...
Asked in Science
Is every living thing have a multicellular organism?
No. While pretty much any living thing you can see without a microscope is multicellular, most living things are actually unicellular. ...
Asked in Microscopes
How did the invention of the microscope affect scientists understanding of living things?
it made them see deeper into the object to see what it is made of and more ...
Asked in Bats
How do bats see with their ears?
Bats use echolocation to see with their ears. They send out sound waves to see because they are blind. When a sound wave touches an object it goes back to the ears. It uses it's ears to determine if the object is food and go for the kill or dodge the object completely ...
Asked in Science, Ford Bronco II, Physics
How can density be use to determine whether an object will float or sink in a fluid?
When you have the density of both the object and the fluid, just see which has a higher density. If the object has a higher density than the fluid, the object will sink. If the object has a lower density than the fluid, the object will float. ...
Asked in Physics
How do you determine if a solid object is more dense or less dense than water?
put it in water see if it sinks
Asked in Math and Arithmetic, Physics
What method should you use to determine the volume of an irregularly shaped object?
Google "Archimedes' Principle" and see if that gives you a clue...
Asked in Biology
Are organisms the same as livingthings?
technically speaking, yes. An organism such as a plant or bacteria is living. Although we often do not see plants move, they need to eat food in order to survive. If you put a plant's cell under a microscope you will see moving things! the definition of organism:: -A living thing that has the ability to move or function that should answer your question:) ...
Asked in Food & Cooking
You see a crowd of gulls fighting over an object on the wet sand at the ocean's edge You investigate The object is a pink blob about as round as a dinner plate How will you decide if it is a living?
First you will see if it has cells or not. then you can check if it has blood or not. and if it is moving. ...
Why is the study of cells so important in biology?
Biology is the scientific study of life and cell are the smallest living thing ever discovered.If an organism has life then its constitute parts are made up of cells.if you see an living organism you will suppose that it s boby has cell and if you think that its biology ...
Asked in Engineering, Physics, Chemistry
How can you determine the weight of an object by not weighing it?
If you know what the weight is of the substance per volume you can find out by putting it into a beaker of a certain amount of water and see how much the water has risen (that then is the volume of the object) and then calculate it. ...
Asked in Electrostatics
How do you determine if an object has been charged or not?
What I personally would do is tear a strip from a sheet of nose- or toilet-tissue, hang it next to the object under test but not touching it, and see if the paper is attracted to the object. I call it the 'poor man's gold leaf'. ...