Microscopy definitions

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  • A beam of electrons is transmitted through a specimen and focused to produce an image. (12, 8)
  • Dyes used to increase contrast or identify specific components. (8)
  • How many times larger the image is than the actual size of the object. (13)
  • The shortest distance between two objects that are still seen as separate objects. (10)
  • Uses visible light and glass lenses to enable the user to see objects magnified many times. (5, 10)
  • Using specific stains to distinguish different types of cells. (12, 8)

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