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OMAX 5MP Digital 40X-2500X Advanced Oil Darkfield Trinocular

The OMAX 5MP Digital 40X-2500X Advanced Oil Dark field Trinocular Compound LED Microscope is a versatile product that comes with a number of excellent features aimed at ensuring great user experience.

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Eosinophils Under The Microscope - Observation and Discussion

While they are some of the more rare leukocytes (making up between 1 and 4 % of the total white blood cells) eosinophils play an important role in immunity as initiators and propagators of various inflammatory responses during an infection as well as in adaptive immunity.

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Monocytes Under The Microscope - Observation and Discussion

Monocytes are a type of white blood cells (leukocytes) that are produced from the pluripotent stem cells found in the bone marrow.

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Neutrophils and Microscopy - Procedure, Observations and Discussion

In human beings, neutrophils (neutrophilic polymorphonuclear leukocytes) are the most abundant white cells given that they make up about 60 percent of the total leukocytes (white blood cells).

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Lymphocytes and Microscopy - Staining, Observations, Discussion

Lymphocytes are leukocytes that develop from the common lymphoid progenitor. Although they primarily reside in the lymph nodes, lymphocytes increase in size and increasingly divide once activate and migrate to the infected tissue where they destroy the infecting pathogen.

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Basophils in Microscopy, Procedure, Staining and Observations

Basophils make up less than 1 percent (about 0.5 percent) of the total leukocytes in circulation. They therefore make up the smallest percentage of white blood cells when compared to the others.

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Bone Tissue and Cells Under The Microscope

Bone tissue is one of the main components of the skeletal system (other components include bone marrow/marrow cavity, collagen fibers etc) Like other tissues in the body, bones are made up of specialized cells that serve different functions.

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Pollen Under The Microscope - Methods, Techniques and Observations

When viewing pollen under the microscope, the stained slide is clearer because of better contrast. The grains appear as tiny ovoid particles with a scaly surface or ornamentations. The unstained slide is more translucent and does not give a clear view of the grain surface.

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OMAX 40X-2500X Touch Screen Trinocular Siedentopf Compound Microscope

The OMAX 40X-2500X Touch screen PLAN Infinity Trinocular Siedentopf LED Compound Biological Microscope is an elegant device with outstanding features ideal for advanced life science research.

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Euglena under the Microscope

Euglena are single celled organisms that belong to the genus protist. As such, they are not plants, animal or fungi.

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  1. OMAX 5MP Digital 40X-2500X Advanced Oil Darkfield Trinocular

    Feb 20, 18 03:16 PM

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  2. Eosinophils Under The Microscope - Observation and Discussion

    Feb 15, 18 03:49 PM

    While they are some of the more rare leukocytes (making up between 1 and 4 % of the total white blood cells) eosinophils play an important role in immunity as initiators and propagators of various inf…

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  3. Monocytes Under The Microscope - Observation and Discussion

    Feb 12, 18 12:32 PM

    Monocytes are a type of white blood cells (leukocytes) that are produced from the pluripotent stem cells found in the bone marrow.

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