Microbiology Day 3 - Microbiology Day 3 Around 1600's the...

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Microbiology Day 3 Around 1600's the microscope was invented, allowing use to see microbes (i.e. Water, etc.) In the 1800's Pasteur showed that spontaneous generation doesn't occur, cells produce other cells (This was the idea of the cell theory) - Robert Hooke and Anthony van Leeuwenhoek responsilbe for the microscope invention. - Anthony van Lee was secretive, so when he died nobody nobody knew how to make his lenses. His tech knowledge died with him Staininng: Pass slide quickly through flame about 3 times, stain the slide some general others stain everything and some are differential, then place it under microscope to view 10:38 -Different stains show different things. -We use oil when using 100x objective because it focuses more light into your eye even though it stills does that through the air. There's less refraction from oil even though some light is being reflected from the oil. -The higher you go, the less light goes through microscope so when focusing, you have to adjust light
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