Meaning of MICROSCOPE in English

MICROSCOPE

noun

COLLOCATIONS FROM OTHER ENTRIES

electron microscope

COLLOCATIONS FROM CORPUS

■ ADJECTIVE

binocular

Manipulate the oviducts in a plastic Petri dish or glass cavity block on the heated stage of a binocular directing microscope .

With the aid of a zoom binocular microscope , small-scale sedimentary structures, such as graded bedding, can be viewed.

dissecting

Intact and straight crypts fixed in 70% ethanol were easily selected under a dissecting microscope .

Here a standard dissecting microscope is more suitable.

Primitive streak stage embryos can also be manipulated using a dissecting microscope but the lower resolution makes such manipulations less precise.

light

Specialist image analysis equipment for light and electron microscope images also require interfacing with powerful computers.

Even so, chromosomes are themselves long and thin and are not normally visible in the light microscope .

Conventional sperm screening involves looking at semen samples using a light microscope .

Many cements can be clearly recognized using a combined transmitted-reflected light petrological microscope .

These biopsies were later investigated in a light microscope to confirm a normal mucosa.

Cryostat sections about 5 µm thick were prepared and stained with methyl green for examination under a light microscope .

optical

However, the dimensions of the smallest circuit-parts will soon have shrunk beyond the limit that optical microscopes can resolve.

The most frequently prescribed optical aids are microscopes and telescopes with a power of magnification ranging from 1× to 20×.

To be seen clearly under an optical microscope , cell tissues often have to be stained to increase contrast.

In his own private laboratory, he worked with ultraviolet radiation at the ultimate resolution of the optical microscope .

Indeed, the acoustic microscope complements well the capabilities of optical and electron microscopes, offering important advantages in certain areas.

powerful

You need a very powerful microscope if you are to see the fundamental crystal structure of our environment.

It shows itself only to the most powerful of microscopes as a speck, one-fiftieth of a strand of fine hair.

At the other end of the scale, Dall holds the record for the most powerful single-lens microscopes .

On the outside, it is a work of robotics and computers, of dizzyingly powerful microscopes and cell manipulation machinery.

scanning

The school's equipment includes a scanning electron microscope .

■ NOUN

electron

Mike Stewart's morphological methods, however, could go beyond those of light microscopy to that of the electron microscope .

Although small, these single crystals can be studied using an electron microscope .

Before a virus particle is prepared for the electron microscope it must be made static.

When the sheet is examined in the electron microscope filaments are seen to be localized at the upper surface.

Richman then took the tissues to an electron microscope , which offers powers of magnification great enough to see viruses themselves.

Specialist image analysis equipment for light and electron microscope images also require interfacing with powerful computers.

Then came that great morning when the newly made electron microscope had been used on polio slides.

slide

Find an amoeba in a drop of pondwater on a microscope slide .

Both the microscope slide and the culture were positive for the gonococcus.

■ VERB

examine

When the sheet is examined in the electron microscope filaments are seen to be localized at the upper surface.

This is peeled off and examined under a microscope .

That is difficult to do by examining tumors under a microscope .

The sections are then examined with a petrographic microscope .

Only when examined under a microscope do the lines reveal themselves as double lines, precisely executed.

Slides were examined by fluorescence microscope .

look

For this the sore is gently scraped and any fluid that exudes can then be looked at under the microscope .

One can, looking down the microscope , observe the behaviour of individual cells as the embryo develops.

Gedanken thought there must be something wrong with her eyesight - the strain of looking down the microscope .

This makes control easier when looking down the microscope or when operating a computer keyboard for image analysis.

How to look through a microscope , operate the computer, propagate plants.

I enjoyed this, especially looking through microscopes .

If you looked through a microscope you could see that they had cheekbones every bit as good as Hope Steadman's.

put

Probably they hadn't been on stage more than half a dozen times before they were put under this microscope .

Medicine's achievements and potential were put under the microscope and re-evaluated more critically.

Which aspects of our operations will be put under the microscope ?

We put everything under the microscope .

see

Each dot is made of many tiny tubes - much too small to see without a microscope .

Cells can not normally be seen without a microscope , being about one-thousandth of a millimetre in diameter.

Locke's contemporaries marvelled at this human creation just as they marvelled at nature as seen through the microscope .

Their chromosomes can be seen through a microscope , and thousands of genes have been tracked down.

Either way, when seen through an electron microscope , the result is often one of startling and beautiful variety in miniature.

They are so small that they can only be seen with a microscope .

use

Then during the 19505, the searchers began to use high-powered microscopes on some particularly enigmatic rocks.

Redon was particularly influenced by his botanist friend Armand Clavaud who used the microscope in studies of minute plant forms.

Although small, these single crystals can be studied using an electron microscope .

Conventional sperm screening involves looking at semen samples using a light microscope .

Programmable movements on a given slide are possible using the Olympus microscope controller with appropriate software.

Faced with awkward specimens, particularly when using stereo microscopes , the most infuriating problem can be illumination.

Primitive streak stage embryos can also be manipulated using a dissecting microscope but the lower resolution makes such manipulations less precise.

So can one book help to solve the problems of many researchers using their microscopes ?

EXAMPLES FROM CORPUS

Although small, these single crystals can be studied using an electron microscope .

An extended arm supports the microscope head giving stability whilst allowing room for large boards to be examined.

Embedded in the sand outside is a broken microscope .

For this the sore is gently scraped and any fluid that exudes can then be looked at under the microscope .

He waved a hand toward his battered microscope .

Six new stereo microscopes have been ordered.

There is a rare form of lung cancer, distinguishable from the usual type only under the microscope .

While the characters flirt with each other in improbable configurations, love, marriage and money come under the microscope .

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