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.
Kingdom Plantae consists of multicellular eukaryotic organisms, most are capable of photosynthesis and characterized by a green pigment commonly known as chlorophyll.
Phylum Annelida are comprised of members that are triploblastic bilaterally symmetrical animals with a segmented body (they are also known as segmented worms).
Endotoxin Vs exotoxin - Both are produced by bacteria. However, there are several differences between the two. Read more here.
Endocytosis Vs Exocytosis involves the transport of material from in and out of the extracellular matrix. Understand the differences here.
Nitrogen-fixing bacteria are capable of converting molecular/atmospheric nitrogen into fixed nitrogen which can be used by plants and several other organisms.
Bacteria decomposers include organisms that feed on dead and decaying organic matter of plants and animals, thus further breaking them down. Read more here.
photosynthetic bacteria are prokaryotes that are capable of converting light energy (from the sun) into chemical energy through a process known as photosynthesis.
Fusobacteria is a phylum under the domain Bacteria. It consists of the families Fusobacteriaceae and Leptotrichiaceae and several genera. Read more.
What do plasma cells do? Also known as plasma B cells, plasma cells are terminally differentiated B lymphocytes. Read more here.
Found in the red bone marrow, lymphoblasts are medium-sized to relatively large cells (ranging from 10 to 10um) that give rise to lymphocytes. Read more here.