In the fascinating world of microscopy and all of the eye-opening wonders it reveals, parents and children alike are curious and want to know what looks cool under a microscope.
Here are links to MicroscopeMaster’s experiment pages where simple household items and more can be viewed under the microscope with step by step instructions presented as well as our observations.
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If you are beginning to use your microscope, here are some helpful links:
Aug 02, 20 01:43 PM
Spirilla (singular, Spirillum) are a group of bacteria characterized by a corkscrew appearance; Gram-negative bacteria and are characterized by flagella.
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chromosomes ensure that the DNA is tightly compacted to fit inside the nucleus. Chromosomes are divided into several categories based on structure and genetics.
Jul 27, 20 06:18 PM
Mobile phones are becoming more relevant in the scientific industry. Modern phone cameras, if tweaked correctly, can be used in microscopy. Read more.
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