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Note: Here is a list of figures shown in lecture. There are other figures in your textbook which you may find useful to you in trying to understand the material. Figures shown in lecture that are not in your textbook will be a Powerpoint presentation under the Materials on Semester Book. List of Figures Introduction to Microorganisms 1.8 primitive microscope used by Robert Hooke and drawings by Robert Hooke of microorganisms he saw through his microscope 1.9 Antoni van Leeuwenhoek’s microscope, drawings he made of bacteria seen through his microscope, and image of red blood cells seen through van Leeuwenhoek’s microscope 2.7 Prokaryotes: Bacteria and Archaea ; Eukaryotes: Eukarya Structure and Function 4.4b Gram stain viewed with brightfield light microscopy 4.5 the same specimen viewed with three types of light microscopy: brightfield, phase contrast, and darkfield light microscopy. 4.6a Cyanobacteria viewed with brightfield light microscopy to show the green chlorophyll pigment inside the cells 4.6b the same cyanobacteria as in 4.6a viewed with fluorescence light microscopy; chlorophyll is autofluorescent meaning that no fluorescent dye has to be added for it to fluoresce when excited by the right wavelength of light (546nm in this case). 4.6c
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