I found the green algae Dictyosphaerium and a whole bunch of bacteria in a water sample that I got from a pond. The cells of the algae were about 7 micrometers across, which is about the size of red blood Read More ...
Baker’s Yeast (Saccharomyces cerevisiae) is a fungus that is used for baking and brewing. Here I show you how the yeast is actively producing carbon dioxide gas by cell respiration under the microscope.
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