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Phase contrast microscopy

phase contrast microscopy

(Science: investigation) A simple nonquantitative form of interference micoscopy of great utility in visualising live cells. Small differences in optical path length due to differences in refractive index and thickness of structures are visualised as differences in light intensity.

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sporulation in Bacillus

... efficiency in my B.pumilus mutants by phase contrast microscopy as well with counting on normal LB agar plate ( after ...

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by praveen127
Thu Oct 07, 2010 3:08 pm
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microscope magnification

... when hit with a certain wavelength). with phase contrast microscopy you will be able to see individual nuclei(after you remove ...

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