Microscopy definitions

L L D M A G N I F I C A T I O N N T L R C
Q W I Y U L N A P X L V P B U P S R F V T
D F F E J X P K D C I L P F W F U A C X I
I Y F Y O P R N U B G E F U J M V N E O G
V X E J B G E A E F H K N S S O M S C D V
D W R T P C S H L N T C Y O S U B M S M M
E N E M O C O T V M M Y K H Y J C I F H K
X M N Y L T L I R E I V U F O J G S C J X
D P T L H J U W U B C V G D C T O S X J X
A A I R K L T H J Y R U N E B R F I F X T
A P A P C V I V F Y O F I D K L A O K M K
N N L S L M O G N X S I N D L N B N R Q N
A U S M I B N B R F C X I M F O P E H F V
U A T C I J P Y U N O T A L V N Q L P L U
V N A M R I H Y B U P J T U K F E E S A S
D U I J A M O G U M E W S I C Q C C Q A I
J J N L D L H X T T Q J I L S L A T G X V
U Q I H E P K U H F E L U J P X X R V S O
D N N O U I R P X C I J J E N Q I O H P Q
T J G Y Y R L E C T T U X T A N P N V K O
Q A J C Q S Q F E S S Q L M A N F F Q W U

Clues

  • 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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