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Purposes and Materials for Scanning Electron Microscopy in Microbiology
Operation of the Scanning Electron Microscope
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24 hours accelerating voltage bacillus backscattered electron image bacterium brassy stub C-Au Drying Air C-Pt Pd Drying causative agent cell surface cells 2 days coated membrane Coating C-Au Drying Coating C-Pt Pd cocci colony conidial head coxsackie virus CPD SEM JSM-U3 cryoscanning electron microscopy cryounit Cultured cells days after inoculation depth of field detector diplococci Drying Air drying drying SEM JSM-U3 edge electron beam electron probe FL cells glass slide higher magnification host cell hours of incubation incident electrons information carriers instrument JEOL JSM-U3 Fig liquid nitrogen macrophage microbes microbial specimen microbiology microorganism Microscopy in Microbiology morphology Mycobacterium lepraemurium objective lens observed optical field Pd Drying CPD Phagocytosis photographs pleomorphism poliovirus resolving power round cells sampling scanning electron microscopy secondary electron image seen shown in Fig specimen preparation methods specimen surface spirochetal spirochetal cells spores Staphylococcus aureus stereomicroscope sterigmata structure studies T4 phages Tokunaga transmission electron microscope