compound microscope


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compound microscope

[′käm‚pau̇nd ′mī·krə‚skōp]
(optics)
A microscope which utilizes two lenses or lens systems; one lens forms an enlarged image of the object, and the second magnifies the image formed by the first.
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epidermis cell area, sclerenchyma area, sclerenchyma bundle area cortical cell area, endodermis area, phloem area, pith area and metaxylem area were measured with the help of calibrated ocular micromerter under a compound microscope to compare the different root structures of all 9 cultivars, named as Akhrot, Begum Jhangi, Champa Kali, Chohara, Daanda, Daglut Noor, Dakki, Halawi-1 and Halawi-2 (Table I).
Similarly drops of sterile water were placed over Fusarium growth on slides, covered with a cover glass and observed under the compound microscope for type of conidiophores, microconidia, macroconidia and chlamydospores
In the end it was the compound microscope which had the future.
Simple cross sections are viewed at 100-200x with a compound microscope, often with both coaxial lighting and side lighting or alternating them to find the best image.
Then you find compound microscopes which incorporate multiple lenses.
Diameters of a subsample (n = 25) of spermatozeugmata from one spawning male of each species were measured with a compound microscope fitted with an ocular micrometer.
Along with the "Shuttle & Find" package, IMA has also installed an EVO MA 15 scanning electron microscope, an AXIOIMAGER M2m compound microscope, a DISCOVERY V20 stereomicroscope, and an OPMI Pico surgical microscope, all from Carl Zeiss.
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To this end a 2 cm piece form each root-shoot junction was placed in FAA (formalin acetic alcohol) solution and root parameters were measured by an ocular micrometer under a compound microscope, which was calibrated with the help of a stage micrometer.
Two main types of optical microscopes dominate the market--the compound microscope and digital microscope.
In 1590, Dutch optician Zacharias Janssen opened new worlds when he created the first compound microscope.