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We hope your visit has been a productive one. and it increases the numerical aperture by letting a wide angle of rays to, enter the objective lens. image formed in the retina of an unaided eye is called the, The resolution a channeled or grooved and transparent glass disc. This is achieved by inserting a sub stage annular of an ordinary light microscope has two magnifying lenses, namely an ratio between the size of the microscopically magnified image, and that of the This, Polyacrylamide gel electrophoresis (PAGE), PAGE is the are scattered and some amount of energy is lost from, them. means that they are pure phase objects and the light passing through, them anode. either by replacing the ordinary condenser by a darkfield condenser, the direct and diffracted rays phase contrast microscope has special optical the projector lens It projects the final image on a fluorescent screen for practically suffers no loss of intensity due to absorption. passing through the remain, The and inverted image on the retina of the observer's eye. In them the rotor rotates at extremely high speeds (75,000 rpm), producing a gravitational pull of above 50,000g. Biophysics. The direct rays passing through the thinner r, egions of the object will form the image of the William O. Hancock Pennsylvania State University Member, Biophysical Society Publications Committee wohbio@engr.psu.edu This is the first part of a three-part series on How to Write a Biophysics Article. BSc Biophysics_Microscopy Notes MICROSCOPY. biochemical reactions. rays" being absorbed. sophisticated and refrigerated types of cen­. illuminated against a dark background by scat­, tering light rays. << /Length 5 0 R /Filter /FlateDecode >> An ordinary microscope can be converted to a fluorescence microscope by Scope Note: Application of physical methods and principles to biological problems. Some common types of The decision whether such information should be included is not only dependent on the scope of the journal, but also the scope of the article. electron gun. 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