Botanical Microtechnique and Cytochemistry
Microscope construction, use and care; Collecting and subdividing plant materials; Fixation and storage; Processing and embedding; Microtomy; Staining paraffin and plastic sections; Preparation of whole mounts and macerations; Principles of optics and microscopy; Types of microscopy; Photomicrography; Cytochemistry.
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TWO Collecting and Subdividing Plant Materials
SEVEN Preparation of Whole Mounts and Macerations
EIGHT Principles of Optics and Microscopy
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absorption acetone analyzer angle anhydrous aqueous autoradiography beam block blue buffer butyl alcohol camera cell walls chemical chromosome color color temperature components condenser contrast cover glass dehydration destaining diaphragm diffracted dioxane disk distilled water electron microscope embedding emulsion enzyme ethanol ethyl alcohol film filter fixation fixed fluid fluorescence focus formula glacial acetic acid glycerin grids hemalum hematoxylin immersion index of refraction infiltration knife lens light source liquid magnification material measuring method micro microspectrophotometer microtome minutes ml distilled H20 mounting medium nuclei numerical aperture objective ocular optical paraffin path difference phase difference photomicrography photomultiplier pieces plane plant plastic plate polarized light preparation procedure reagent removed resin resolution ribbon Rinse root tips rotated safranin scanning sections slides sodium solution solvent specimen Staining Chart substrate surface technique temperature thickness tion tissue tube vibration Wash wave wavelength xylene