Microscopy Lab Notes - An important means of studying...

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Unformatted text preview: An important means of studying MICROANATOMY Microscopy Overview of discovery From the Bioscope Initiative with permission Campani Chester Hall George Bass Dollond Geroge Adams Amici Lister Pasteur Abbe & Zeiss Dissecting Microscope Light is reflected off a specimen into two different objectives and eyepieces (or oculars). Provides a three-dimensional view of object. Usually shows surface features of object. Useful up to about 60 - 80 X magnification. Compound Light Microscope Light shines through specimen and into a single objective lens and then trough the eyepiece (ocular). Provides two-dimensional view. Specimen must be thin and light must be able to pass through. Useful up to about 1,000 X magnification (w/oil lens) How Does A Compound Microscope Work? There are two lenses Objective lens and Ocular lens FOCUSING AND MAGNIFICATION The objective lens (in refractors) or primary mirror (in reflectors) collects lots of light from a distant object and brings that light, or image, to a point or focus ....
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