Microscopic details that can be seen today certainly reveal an exciting depth to our world.
MicroscopeMaster.com researches, reviews and compares all types of microscopes as well as examines microscopy techniques and applications for the teacher or parent as well as hobbyist and student!
We want you to be a satisfied customer and a happy microscopist!
So go ahead and click on the orange RSS button at the bottom of the navigation bar and subscribe.
Gammaproteobacteria is a large and diverse group with an estimated 250 genera. Read more about examples and classification here.
A melanocyte is primarily involved in photoprotection and have also been associated with other physiological functions in different parts of the body. Read more.
Sulfur bacteria are microorganisms that use sulfur and sulfur compounds (sulfite, hydrogen sulfide, and thiosulfate etc.) as a source of energy. Read more.
Methanobacteria is a class of the phylum Euryarchaeota within the domain Archaea. Read more here.
The Islets of Langerhans is an endocrine tissue located within the pancreas. It consists of a variety of cells capable of producing different hormones. Read more here.
Hydrogen-oxidizing Bacteria are species that can use gaseous hydrogen as the electron donor to oxidize hydrogen. Read more here.
Depending on where they release their products, glands are divided into two main groups: Endocrine and exocrine glands. Read more here.
Do plant cells have vesicles? Like animals, plants also have several types of vesicles which are involved in a number of functions.
Antibiotic resistance is a medical challenge. Antibiotics are very effective against different types of bacteria but some bacteria develop antibiotic resistance.
Differences between cytosol and cytoplasm as both are part of the protoplasm are discussed below.