Microbehunter Magazine (Issue 50)


Issue 50, (October 2015)
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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.


Observing Brownian motion
The fat droplets of diluted can be seen shaking and vibrating due to Brownian motion.
Oliver Kim

Summer-on-holiday microscopy
and observations of the river sample back home.
Charles E. Guevara

Microscopic gardeners of the sea: Marine nematodes and their bacterial symbionts
There are many different ways how animals acquire their food but one group of marine nematodes found a way to “farm” it on the outside of their bodies.
Oleksandr Holovachov

Granite, an igneous rock
The photos in this article are of a thin section of Granite.
Carl Hennig

Gallery images of Paramecium and chalk
Jim Tallon

Using a CD-ROM lens for microscopy
The lens of a CD-ROM or DVD player can be placed on a mobile phone camera for basic microscopy.
Oliver Kim