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Exploring With Microscopes

Exploring With The Microscope What can be discovered in a piece of moss? How complex is the structure of house hold table salt? What parts of a seed can become a tree? Explore the tiny universes hidden within plants, animals, rocks and minerals , and uncover the wonders of working with a microscope. Choose equipment best-suited for beginners, then learn how to handle it and prepare specimens for study. Decide what to look at, perhaps a bit of pollen, a small insect, algae from a pond, or a fingernail shaving. The world is filled with interesting sights that are unavailable to the naked eye. Be amazed at the marvels encapsulated in a single drop of water. Exciting and inspiring full-color photographs taken through a microscope zoom in on a wide variety of specimens-from ordinary rocks and a section of a fern leaf to a small fly and an amoeba. It's a fantastic journey into the tremendous world of microscopic fun and fascination.


 
 

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Exploring With Microscopes
Exploring With Microscopes  
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Exploring With The Microscope What can be discovered in a piece of moss? How complex is the structure of house hold table salt? What parts of a seed can become a tree? Explore the tiny universes hidden within plants, animals, rocks and minerals , and uncover the wonders of working with a microscope. Choose equipment best-suited for beginners, then learn how to handle it and prepare specimens for study. Decide what to look at, perhaps a bit of pollen, a small insect, algae from a pond, or a fingernail shaving. The world is filled with interesting sights that are unavailable to the naked eye. Be amazed at the marvels encapsulated in a single drop of water. Exciting and inspiring full-color photographs taken through a microscope zoom in on a wide variety of specimens-from ordinary rocks and a section of a fern leaf to a small fly and an amoeba. It's a fantastic journey into the tremendous world of microscopic fun and fascination.