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hand lens

[′hand ‚lenz]
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The book's subtitle, ecotourism with a hand lens makes its purpose clear.
Spectra Systems' materials are playing a key role in calibrating one of the high performance camera systems on the Curiosity rover called MAHLI (Mars Hand Lens Imager).
Each kit includes one squid, hand lens, wooden probe, ruler, forceps, dissecting scissors, hand wipes, plastic storage bag, and a disposable dissection kit.
He put a hand lens inside his patient to watch how the stomach did its thing.
Here is an idea that makes you wonder why someone hasn't thought of it before: an LED-illuminated hand lens.
A hand lens was a piece of equipment that my father carried throughout his life.
Full hill-walking kit, knee pads, notebook and hand lens would be useful.
People should bring a hand lens, if possible, to look closely at items.
Red Spider Mite: These are tiny insects which can only be seen with a hand lens.
The Identification of Medicinal Plants: A Handbook of the Morphology of Botanicals in Commerce focuses on the straightforward visual, macroscopic (examination under hand lens or dissecting microscope) identification of more than 150 species of botanicals used in commercial herbal products in North America.
One feature of the dermopathy observed clinically, first located by hand lens examination and then confirmed by dermoscopy, is depicted in FIGURE 2.
It means that when you turn the steering wheel to the right, the right hand lens automatically switches on, illuminating the corner or bend you are negotiating.