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Petri Dish with Agar - Preparation, Requirements and Procedure

A Petri dish is a shallow cylindrical glass lidded dish that is typically used to culture microorganisms. Preparation of agar plates is an easy and fun exercise in microscopy.

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Microorganisms - Taking a look at Pond Water organisms

Microorganisms are simple, single celled organisms that can be found all around the world. They are largely composed of the members of the plant kingdom, fungi, bacteria and protozoa.

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Pond Water Under the Microscope

Pond water contains a variety of plant and animal life. While some can be seen with the naked eye, others are too small and will require the use of a microscope to be able to properly observe them.

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Onion Cells Under the Microscope

Observing onion cells under the microscope. For this microscope experiment, the thin membrane will be used to observe the cells. An easy beginner experiment.

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Cheek Cells Under the Microscope

Cheek cells are eukaryotic cells that are easily shed from the mouth lining. It's therefore easy to obtain them for observation under a microscope.

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Beginner Microscope Experiments for Hobbyists, Students and Kids

Beginner microscope experiments are cheap, easy and fun, providing an opportunity for hands-on practical learning.

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Choosing A Microscope

When choosing a microscope, it can be overwhelming wading through a lot of available information. There are a wide variety of microscopes being sold. MicroscopeMaster makes your decision easier.

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Microscope Versatility - factors to consider before buying your first microscope

As a hobbyist you would like to purchase your first microscope. If you are unsure of which to buy and are overwhelmed by all the choices MicroscopeMaster can help.

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Molecular Biology of the Cell - 5th Edition Features and Reader Feedback

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!

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Levenhuk Microscopes - Quality at the Right Price

Levenhuk Microscopes are becoming increasingly popular and expanding to the US Market. MicroscopeMaster features them here!

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  1. Petri Dish with Agar - Preparation, Requirements and Procedure

    Sep 27, 16 01:36 PM

    A Petri dish is a shallow cylindrical glass lidded dish that is typically used to culture microorganisms. Preparation of agar plates is an easy and fun exercise in microscopy.

    Read More

  2. Microorganisms - Taking a look at Pond Water organisms

    Sep 24, 16 12:46 PM

    Microorganisms are simple, single celled organisms that can be found all around the world. They are largely composed of the members of the plant kingdom, fungi, bacteria and protozoa.

    Read More

  3. Pond Water Under the Microscope

    Sep 19, 16 11:59 AM

    Pond water contains a variety of plant and animal life. While some can be seen with the naked eye, others are too small and will require the use of a microscope to be able to properly observe them.

    Read More