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101. Some Common Protozoa. An Oxymoron. [Micscape & Microcopy-uk]
... it wonderful?! It has long been known that there are certain types of bacteria which possess one or more flagella and here we run into a major stumbling ...
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A microscopic view of Human Cells using 3D modelling:the lungs.
... the blue stained nuclei. This has been caused by an infection of Tuberculosis wiki bacteria which can be seen at the edge of the damage. The bacteria causing ...
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... the water spout of your house. Bear in mind that dust can also contain bacteria and other microorganisms. So, when you are handling samples of dust, ...
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A guide for the observation of lower plants with the microscope.
... all organisms pass alternately from the haploid to the diploid condition. For example, bacteria and protists spend their existence almost exclusively in the haploid state. They reproduce ...
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Mycorrhizas and Symbiosis
... whereas rhizobial nodules are examples of an equally important cooperation between plant roots and nitrogen-fixing bacteria. Not surprisingly, both mycorrhizas and rhizobia can be found around the tiny ...
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... Theodolite Microscope 380 1890 Higer Tanget Fine adjust 461 1887 Higler Microspectroscope 326 1878 Himmler Bacteria Microscope 379 1890 Hirschwald Goniometer Microscope 700 1883 Hitchcock Vertical Illuminator 409 1882 Hoffman ...
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... tissues. Price £3.00 Buy 1 gram of Safranin, a useful counterstain for bacteria and zoological tissue and a classical stain for botanical structures. Price £3.00 ...
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... Anonymous Eye-pieces 59 1879 Ward Eye-shade 615 1884 Francotte Finder 325 1885 Klone& Muller Bacteria Finder 127 1886 Smith Finder 663 1881 Bausch& Lomb Fine adjust 683 1882 ...
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