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61. aa-strawberry-red-dye.pdf [Micscape & Microcopy-uk]
... is spread as a diluted or liquid sample upon a slide, it could be bacteria, fungus, mouth cells etc. After that it is fixed with heat ...
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62. Moulds [Micscape & Microcopy-uk]
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... medium. He found that this produced a substance capable of killing many of the bacteria that cause disease in humans. In 1940, research workers developed an injectable ...
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63. 3d Modelling and the Protozoa Giardia [Micscape & Microcopy-uk]
A microscopic view of viruses for light microscopists using 3D modelling.
... ' but not reproduce without the appropriate cell DNA/RNA nucleus factory. The bacteria rickettsia and chlamydia cells that, like viruses, can reproduce only inside host ...
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64. Tree holes [Micscape & Microcopy-uk]
Tree holes as a habitat for life
... . The first opportunists to come along and invade this new habitat are fungi and bacteria and they quickly start digesting wood until the superficial wound grows larger and deeper ...
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Cytoplasmic streaming.
... Wikipedia). Nothing is new! Old microscopists knew'everything'! In bacteria, the characteristics of their cell membranes divide them into two groups. When ...
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66. Of mites, nematodes and fungi [Micscape & Microcopy-uk]
Of mites, nematodes and fungi - their interdependence on the edible mushroom
... nematodes feed on mycelium, hence the name myceliophagous nematodes. Other nematodes feed on bacteria. Soil is a rich and diverse source of uni- and multicellular organisms ...
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... Rattus norvegicus) Red-tail Boa Constrictor (Boa constrictor constrictor) Nov.04 An overview of bacteria- an illustrated introduction to bacteria with simple but safe way of studying a ...
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Microscopy and human blood - for amateurs.
... cells. Neutrophils move to infected parts of the body to engulf and consume invading bacteria. Eosinophils are thought to have anti-histamine properties and their population in the bloodstream ...
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... 100x obj The result is a monochromatic image, nuclei visible, but transparent. Bacteria are not tinged. So there are two problems to be solved: 1 ...
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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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