light microscope

  1. microscope consisting of an optical instrument that magnifies the image of an object
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How To Use light microscope In A Sentence

  • This study reported some of the morphological features of pitcher by using stereomicroscope, light microscope, and scanning electron microscopy.
  • He shaved ultrathin slices from the samples and studied them under a light microscope.
  • They therefore resolve images at much higher magnifications than can light microscopes.
  • Diagnosis is by removing fluid from an affected joint or tophus and identifying urate crystals under a polarized-light microscope.
  • The morphological changes in nasal of guinea pig resulted by intranasal drop with Naristollae Scutellarin Compositus were observed under the light microscope.
  • The light microscope magnifies the object 1000 diameters.
  • I remember vividly my student days, spending hours at the light microscope, turning endlessly the micrometric screw, and gazing at the blurred boundary which concealed the mysterious ground substance where the secret mechanisms of cell life might be found. Albert Claude - Nobel Lecture
  • Fungi and protozoa may be observed but the light microscope's low magnification does not provide detailed resolution of fungi and protists (which could be protozoa, slime moulds or microalgae).
  • Conventional sperm screening involves looking at semen samples using a light microscope.
  • An optical light microscope or a scanning electron microscope can be used to see these ‘invisible’ cracks.
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