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Back aperture

Back aperture

(Science: microscopy) The exit pupil of a microscope objective lens. The objective lens back aperture, which can be examined with a phase telescope or by inserting a bertrand lens, displays the conoscopic interference figure and diffraction patterns.


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Method preventing illnesses in the progeny

... diagnostics and the control of viability of organisms, against the background of a wide range of hereditary, congenital and acquired diseases ... absence in the newborn organism from intestines of the external aperture and so it is infinite. In the field of experimental oncology it ...

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The law of confrontation the levels energy

... absence in the newborn organism from intestines of the external aperture and so it is infinite. In the field of experimental oncology it ... to influence of set of factors of an environment, including age. Coming back to a problem of our survival and development in unity of organisms of ...

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eye

... called the iris. It controls light levels inside the eye similar to the aperture on a camera. The round opening in the center of the iris is called ... is flat and divides the front of the eye (anterior chamber) from the back of the eye (posterior chamber). Its color comes from microscopic pigment ...

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Mon Dec 12, 2005 8:29 am
 
Forum: Human Biology
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