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Bright field microscopy

Bright field microscopy

(Science: technique) optical microscopy, in which absorption to a great extent and diffraction to a minor extent give rise to the image, as opposed to phase contrast or interference methods of microscopy.


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Photosynthesis

... bacteria, plants, animals, fungi), gene chips, microscopy (electron, confocal, standard bright field) et cetera.

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