Microscopic details that can be seen today certainly reveal an exciting depth to our world.
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The 5th edition of Molecular Biology of the Cell was released in 2007 and is the preeminent textbook for undergraduate, graduate, and researchers working in this field. Read a review here!
Levenhuk Microscopes are becoming increasingly popular and expanding to the US Market. MicroscopeMaster features them here!
A mechanical stage of a microscope refers to the mechanism that has been mounted on the stage for precise movement of the specimen on the microscope slide through the field of view.
This AmScope 40X-1000X LED cordless student compound microscope with a digital imager is an excellent basic beginner microscope and is a nice supplement to your child's studies.
Long term and frequent sessions with microscopes can result in pains and injuries for technicians/scientists using the instruments. Basic microscope ergonomics are explained here.
Gram stain is one of the most common staining procedures. It is one of the differential stains used to characterize bacteria as either gram positive bacteria or gram negative bacteria.
Prepared microscope slides refer to those that have been previously mounted by a professional in the field, often contain 50 to 100 slides ready for a child, student or hobbyist to view.
Some cell structures are difficult to discern due to insufficient contrast. Cell staining is a technique used for the purpose of increasing color contrast of structural elements improving observation.
There are three major types of cell division, namely, binary fission, mitosis and meiosis. MicroscopeMaster explains and describes each in easy to understand detail here.
The mechanics and construction of the LED microscope bulb is explained by TDKK and presented on MicroscopeMaster.