10 pages matching magnification in this book
Results 1-3 of 10
What people are saying - Write a review
We haven't found any reviews in the usual places.
Principles of Microscopy
The Use of the Microscope
16 other sections not shown
70 per cent absolute alcohol acetic acid alum angle apochromatic block Bryozoa butyl alcohol celestine blue cell cent alcohol Chapter clean clearing agent color containing coplin jar coverslip dehydrating differentiating solution diluted dish dissolved distilled water dried drop edge embedding embryo employed examined example eyepiece field iris film filter fixation fixative flattened fluid formaldehyde hardened hematoxylin holder illuminant knife lamp layer lens lenses magnification material medium mercuric chloride method microtome mixture mordant mountant mounted in balsam narcotized necessary nuclei numerical aperture object ocular overnight paper paraffin photographic photomicrography picric acid pipette placed potassium preparation reagent removed resin ribbon Rinse running water safranin screws sections shown in Fig silver bromide slide smear sodium specimen staining solution substage condenser substage iris surface technique temperature terpineol thick tion tissues transferred tube usually washed watch glass wholemounts xylene