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Microphotography - Microfilm, Microform, Types and Techniques

Not to be confused with photomicrography, Microphotography involves taking photographs on very small film to produce small images that can only be viewed when magnified.

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Hair Under the Microscope - Compound and Stereo Microscope Observations

Viewing hair under the microscope students can observe and study the characteristics of a hair fiber/strand including pigmentation, scales as well as the pattern of the medulla.

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Leaf Structure Under the Microscope

Viewing leaf structure under the microscope shows different types of cells that serve various functions. It's possible to view and identify these cells and how they are arranged.

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KINGMAS Mini 60x Microscope - LED UV Light Pocket Jeweller Loupe

The KINGMAS Mini 60x Microscope is a portable microscope that weighs about 0.6 ounces/30g. The microscope comes with a number of features aimed at enhancing functionalities.

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Unicellular Organisms - Discussing Bacteria, Protozoa, Fungi, Algae and Archaea

Aunicellular organism is a living organism that exists as a single cell. Despite their diversity, unicellular organisms share a number of basic characteristics.

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Endoscopes - Parts, Uses and New Technologies

Essentially, endoscopes are long, thin illuminated flexible tubes that have a camera on one end and are one of the most important medical devices serving to view the inside of body cavities.

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Human Parasites Under the Microscope

Viewing a human parasite under the microscope is observing an organism that lives in (or on) another living organism (host) for survival. Read and learn more!

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ViTiny UM05 Handheld USB Digital Autofocus Microscope

The ViTiny UM05 Handheld USB Digital Autofocus Microscope allows for magnification of up to 320x on a 22 inch monitor. It has a number of important features that allow for convenience and ease.

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E. Coli under the Microscope -Types, Techniques, Gram Stain, Hanging Drop Method

Commonly referred to as E. coli, Escherichia coli is a bacterium that is typically found in a number of environments including various foods, soil and animal intestines.

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Plugable USB 2.0 Digital Microscope - With Flexible Arm Observation Stand

The Plugable USB 2.0 Digital Microscope is a digital microscope that uses a webcam chipset and sensor to support just about any given operating system and standard webcam software.

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  1. Microphotography - Microfilm, Microform, Types and Techniques

    Oct 18, 17 04:11 PM

    Not to be confused with photomicrography, Microphotography involves taking photographs on very small film to produce small images that can only be viewed when magnified.

    Read More

  2. Hair Under the Microscope - Compound and Stereo Microscope Observations

    Oct 18, 17 03:13 PM

    Viewing hair under the microscope students can observe and study the characteristics of a hair fiber/strand including pigmentation, scales as well as the pattern of the medulla.

    Read More

  3. Leaf Structure Under the Microscope

    Oct 16, 17 06:24 PM

    Viewing leaf structure under the microscope shows different types of cells that serve various functions. It's possible to view and identify these cells and how they are arranged.

    Read More