[ US /maɪˈkɹəskəpi/ ]
[ UK /mˈa‍ɪkɹəskəpi/ ]
  1. research with the use of microscopes
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How To Use microscopy In A Sentence

  • Cppd crystals are smaller rods, squares, or rhomboids and are difficult to identify with light microscopy.
  • Thin sections were placed on the grids for electron microscopy and stained with lead citrate.
  • Results It was observed by light microscopy that the cytomembrane of cultured cells was intact, with no cell injury.
  • The great breakthrough in microscopy came when it was found possible to produce an image of an object using an electron beam. Press Release: The 1986 Nobel Prize in Physics
  • Direct evidence that the cooperative binding associated with clustering increases adhesion has been provided by atomic force microscopy.
  • In addition, the microstructure measurements of the film characterized by scanning electronic microscopy show the evident 'cauliflower-like surface morphology and columnar structure.
  • Combining an imaging technique called multiphoton microscopy with "optical clearing," which uses a solution that renders tissue transparent, the researchers were able to scan mouse organs and create high-resolution images of the brain, small intestine, large intestine, kidney, lung and testicles. Innovations-report
  • The chitinized walls that lined many of the spray flow structures exhibited birefringence in polarized light microscopy.
  • All photographs are monochrome, which, although fine for electron micrographs, is perhaps a little restrictive for modern light microscopy.
  • Under light microscopy, necrosis in both epidermis and dermis with extensive polymorphonuclear leucocyte infiltration in deep dermis were seen in all three groups.
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