Compound microscope has two lenses - i.e., ocular and objective. Stereo microscope has two oculars and two objectives - it's really two compound microscopes side by side.Hi,
What microscope would you use to view a pollen grain?
What's the difference between stereo and compound microscope?
you don't need to know the particular virus but you would be safe to know the symptoms. Helped?For the Microbial Diseases, let's use Chicken Pox as an example. I know that I need to know that it's viral caused, but do I have to know the specific name of the virus that causes it? Also, do I need to know the symptoms of it too?
http://soinc.org/sites/default/files/20 ... W_8-15.pdf This ought to help you.O.K. does anyone know a really good website to learn about conversions and microscopes becasue that we those were the only things that kept me frim a 1st place medal in regionals please please PLEASE
I think if you need higher magnification or have fluorescent-stained specimens, you'd use confocal. Confocal uses a laser, whereas fluorescence uses UV radiation and a shield that protects the viewer's eyes.When would you use a confocal microscope instead of a fluorescence microscope?
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