fluorescent microscope

fluorescent microscope

n.
A microscope fitted with a source of ultraviolet radiation to aid in the detection and examination of fluorescent specimens.
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One scientist, Agricultural Research Service entomologist Rodney Cooper, is using fine-tipped forceps and a fluorescent microscope to study the organs and tissues of the potato psyllid, a tiny, cicada-like insect that can transmit the bacterium Candidatus Liberibacter solanacearum, the cause of zebra chip.
An inverted fluorescent microscope (TE2000-U, Nikon Instruments) with a 40X oil-immersion objective (S Fluor, 40X/1.
Nowadays, we can analyze the type and extent of sperm damage more accurately through the application of fluorescent microscope, flow cytometry and computer analysis system.
Moreover, its genome has been decoded, it is a small organism, and it has transparent skin, which is easily penetrated by light in the fluorescent microscope.
Structurally the host brain looks like a normal brain; the graft can only be seen under the fluorescent microscope.
The new technology obtained by ADFCA's research and development division includes a fluorescent microscope for analysing plant pathogens such as fungi, viruses and bacteria, as well as a stereo microscope used to examine insect pests.
All samples (gametes, embryos, larvae, settled juveniles, and hemolymph) were examined using an Olympus IX51 fluorescent microscope (Olympus, Germany) with green fluorescent protein (GFP; [[lambda].
After incubation time and washing, as above, the slides were dried, mounted in a 10% buffered glycerin and examined by fluorescent microscope.
The fluorescent microscope allows pupils to easily see the tiny trichomes on the surface of the plants and assess their density.
0500; Merck, Darmstadt, Germany) in 6 of 15 cases and exhibited yellow-green autofluorescence (8 of 15 cases) when formalin-fixed, paraffin-embedded, hematoxylin-eosin-stained sections were viewed with fluorescent microscope (Zeiss) with an IVFI condenser using filters FT 510 and LP 520 (Figure, b and c).
The light density was obtained by fluorescent microscope and the light density of the cells was compared between two once- and twice-transfected cells for the different time points.
It can be read with a conventional microscope, unlike a standard fluorescent in situ hybridization (FISH) test, which requires a fluorescent microscope.

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