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Comparison with Hoffman modulation contrast (and DIC)
... objectives, were observations of a drop of liquid floating of natural yogurt to see bacteria responsible for the processing of the milk: long lactobacteria and chains of streptococci ...
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... They are orienting themselves to the earth's magnetism. Part of the Collection of the Bacteria Basement of the Micropolitan Museum© Wim van Egmond ...
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... that are surrounded by a clear mucous sheath. Part of the Collection of the Bacteria Basement of the Micropolitan Museum© Wim van Egmond ...
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Use of VitroCom VitroTubes. Refers to book by Perfilev and Gabe 'Capillary methods of studying micro-organisms'
... the VitroTubes, but of course inconclusive with such a small set for comparison. Bacteria and algae General view with 16x phase objective, showing the high density of ...
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A microscopic view of Human Cells using 3D modelling: the human skin and human lungs.
... dead scaly cells are constantly shed. The surface of the Epidermis is covered with bacteria! The Dermis and Epidermis are firmly joined together via a series of' ...
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96. And You Thought Jabberwocks Were Weird [Micscape & Microcopy-uk]
An essay on some of the curious but fascinating microorganisms of interest to the microscopy enthusiast. With notes on their classification.
... sulfur compounds. Biologists have, for a number of decades, known about sulfur bacteria, but no one ever dreamed that such complex eco-systems, as those of ...
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... Merismopedia is a cyanobacterium that forms flat colonies. Part of the Collection of the Bacteria Basement of the Micropolitan Museum© Wim van Egmond ...
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An overview of the major groups of smaller freshwater life for the hobbyist and school student, with links to articles, images and multimedia reso...
... Schwartz. In this book life forms are divided into 5 kingdoms. 1.Monera (bacteria), 2.Protoctista (this phylum contains what we called algae and protozoa) ...
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... is well known that termites cannot digest cellulose and are dependent upon symbiotic protozoa and bacteria which live in their intestines to break it down into starches and sugars which ...
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... chain are heterocysts, able to fixate nitrogen. Part of the Collection of the Bacteria Basement of the Micropolitan Museum© Wim van Egmond ...
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