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Construction and Parts of a Microscope
Principles and Theory of the Light Microscopes
The Setting up of Microscopes for Bee Diseases and Pollen Identification
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30 bees Acarapis woodi acarine acarine needle adjustment adult bee diseases AFB and EFB anther BBKA beekeepers Braula coeca built in light Canada balsam cells centre clean coarse compound microscope condenser lens cover slip depth of field diameter diaphragm diseased bee dissecting microscope examination exine eyepiece field of view filter final image flowers focus focussing screw follows foraging forceps FUMIDIL glass rod glass slide glycerine glycerine jelly graph hazel hive honey honeybee illumination system instrument lamp larva legs lenses light source magnification medium method micrometer microscopists mountant mounted nail varnish nosema spore numerical aperture objective lens oil immersion optical system pollen grains POLLEN IDENTIFICATION pollen loads preparation prisms produce rays of light refractive index remove resolving power sample sediment shown in diagram side smear species spores staining sub-stage syllabus trachea transmitted light tube turret Varroa warm wavelength x400 magnification