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Subject: What cells can or can't be seen with a light microscope?

Date: Tue Feb 5 04:22:21 2008
Posted by Helen
Grade level: 10-12 School: No school entered.
City: Melbourne State/Province: VIC Country: Australia
Area of science: Cell Biology
ID: 1202210541.Cb

I have been given a list of cells  for my biology class, and i need to 
elaborate on their funtion and description, but thats not what im struggling 
to find the info on, what i can seem to find whether or not they can be seen 
with a light microscope(which is one of the questions). It would be great if 
you could help me out. Here is the list of cells if that is any help.
cell membrane, cell wall, cytoplasm, nucleus, ribosome, mitochondria, 
edoplasmic reticulum, golgi apparatus, lysosome, chloroplast, vacuole, 
flagella. Thanks a heap!! 

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