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What does the Diaphragm of a microscope do?



A. Seperates the ocular lens from the objective lens
B. Holds the objective lens
C. Moves the stage up or down to focus on the specimen
D. Supplies the lights that passes through the specimen
E. Allows light to pass through the specimen

This question is part of Science Grade 10 midterm review
Asked by Cim, Last updated: Jul 01, 2020

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John Smith

John Smith

Answered Mar 13, 2017

Allows light to pass through the specimen
 

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