experiments with a microscope Author:Nelson F Beeler and Franklyn M Branley This book explains how to handle a microscope and how and why it operates. It tells how to prepare your first mount with slides and cover slips, how to observe paper, cloth, or leaves under the lens. Whe you are ready to examine something that moves, it shows how to do that, too. You can see what your blood looks like or the action of alpha p... more »articles in your luminous watch. you can watch bacteria, or stain with dyes the cells from your own body. Photomicrography, taking pictures of specimens, is explained: and you will learn the proper way to keep records of your research.
The background material and directions for these experiments are simple and easy to follow. Aside from the microscope, the necessary equipment is found in any home, It may be carrots, oatmeal, rain water, or sour milk. There are nearly fifty helpful diagrams and illustrations. If you have the cuiosity, there is no stopping place. For almost everything has secrets that the microscope will reveal.« less