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Scanning electron microscopy what type of microscopy

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Unformatted text preview: Transmission Electron Microscopy Other staining technique: Negative staining Viral coats (Figure 6-37; 2nd ed: Fig 6-38) Transmission Electron Microscopy Other staining technique: Tobacco rattle virus: Metal shadowing (See also: Figure 1-8c) Transmission Electron Microscopy Other technique: •  Freeze Fracture / Freeze Etch Onion root cell Can you identify some organelles? (from Bio 200 Image Database) Compare the same cell type using different microscopy techniques Ribosomes Plasma membrane microtubules What type of information do you get from each? www.mcdb.lsa.umich.edu/.../ plantbiopicture02.jpg What type of microscopy? A.  Bright field Light Microscopy B.  Transmission Electron microscopy C.  Fluorescence Light microscopy D.  Scanning Electron microscopy What type of microscopy? A.  B.  C.  D.  Bright field Light Microscopy Transmission Electron microscopy Fluorescence Light microscopy Scanning Electron microscopy What type of microscopy? A.  Bright field Light Microscopy B.  Transmission Electron microscopy C.  Fluorescence Light microscopy D.  Scanning Electron microscopy What type of microscopy? A.  B.  C.  D.  Bright field Light Microscopy Transmission Electron microscopy Fluorescence Light microscopy Scanning...
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