Lastly, through the use of microscope, we uncover that every cells has their own functions and is important in human body. Gio and Jame can you give me a part of a cell and what will happen if they will not function.
Another part of a cell is the Nucleus and without it the cell will not know what it will be going to do since there is no one who controls the system and also there will be no cell division.
One part of a cell is the cell membrane. Cell membrane is important because its absence could lead to the infiltration of viruses and other harmful microorganisms to the interior of the cell.
The absence of Lysosomes can cause cell damage since it can also function to digest microbe and helps with cellular digestion.
Another is lysosomes which are organelles that contain digestive enzymes. Absence of lysosomes leads to the cell start breakdown automatically.
Last is the cytoskeleton which in its absence can cause the cessation of cell movement, and results in the retardation of most cellular function.
Also, absence of it might affect the cell shape, the ability of the cell to regenerate, membrane transport, vesicle formation, the number of channel proteins in the cell membrane.
Dominick, please explain the difference of microscopes.
In order for us to further observe cells, we can use microscopes with different characteristics or feature.
Microscopes differ in sizes, designs, specifications and most importantly its uses. It ranges from a handheld size up to the big ones.
They also differ in the specifications such as variation in the lens, mirror, objectives and eyepieces.
It also differ in uses, such that some microscopes are used for tissue analysis, some are used for viewing atomic structures and etc.