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What prenatal test involves snipping tissue rom the developing etal sac a. Fetoscopy b

Health: The Basics | 10th Edition | ISBN: 9780321774347 | Authors: Rebecca J. Donatelle ISBN: 9780321774347 417

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What prenatal test involves snipping tissue rom the developing etal sac? a. Fetoscopy b. Ultrasound c. Amniocentesis d. Chorionic villus sampling

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Biology 111 Chapter 6 Notes The Cell Cell wall is built from the inside out and it is not alive. Cell Membrane=alive Importance of cell technology to the study of cells Microscopy Microscopy limited by the wave length of energy used light allowed about 1000-1200x based on resolution-ability to perceive the two points. Electron microscopy is to perceive the image in greater detail. Centrifugation- spinning in a container using force to separate contents inside the container, the heavier stuff falls to the bottom and the lighter stuff goes to the top.  Ultra-centrifuges achieve more than 1 million x gravity. (G)  Sonicator- breaks apart cells by using high pitched sounds. Components

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Author: Rebecca J. Donatelle
ISBN: 9780321774347

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