MicrobeHunter Magazine (November 2013)


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Volume 3, Number 11, November 2013
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Welcome to MicrobeHunter Microscopy Magazine. You can download the PDF and order a printed version.

At this point I would also like to encourage all readers to participate by writing articles (short and long). Read the submissions page for more information.

If you encounter any errors or mistakes, please inform me, I will correct these and upload a new version.


Dog hair observation
It is possible to observe biological specimens, such as dog hair, using metallurgical microscopes using epi-illumination.
Charisa Wernick

Low Tech Rules! Science on a shoestring
Microscopy does not have to be complicated and involve expensive equipment. It can, in fact, be very inexpensive and still be fun.
E. A. (Micki) Killoran

Tearing plant tissue
You do not need microtomes to obtain plant tissue of single-cell layer
Oliver Kim

Making cross sections of fresh moss
This is a simple and quick method that furnishes good sections without the need of an expensive microtome. It can also be used with other botanical samples.
Roland Luts

Testing for starch in different algae with iodine
Pictures taken through the microscope showing the pyrenoids where starch is concentrated in the algae.
Roland Luts

Luca Monzo, Hans Rothauscher, Ivan Bachev