New techniques and applications for epi-illumination ...



Title New techniques and applications for epi-illumination light microscopy
Author(s) Christian R. Lacroix, J. Macintyre
Journal Canadian Journal of Botany / Revue Canadienne De Botanique
Date 1995
Volume 73
Issue 11
Start page 1842
End page 1847
Abstract This modification to the technique of epi-illumination light microscopy makes use of a new system of lenses that replaces expensive and not readily available dipping cone objectives. The newer objectives offer at least comparable resolution and depth of field, along with simple preparation procedures. An epi-illumination system is a good intermediate between the stereo microscope and a scanning electron microscope, offering magnification at high power that can aid in evaluation of potential scanning electron microscope specimens, as well as the time- and material-saving feature of being able to eliminate unsuitable scanning electron microscope specimens.
DOI 10.1139/b95-196

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