Bimek SLV Team October It all started in biology class. Sitting in front of our microscopes looking at fly legs, onion skin, dyed potato slices and other pieces of flora. No idea what else someone would use a microscope for… Of course! I had always wanted my very own microscope.
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Fra I've used my microscope mainly for looking at yeast cells. A yeast cell is um in diameter. However, I did mainly cell counting, viability counting and assessing cellular glycogen levels using staining methods. To actually look INTO the cells, study cell membraners you really need an electron microscope. And I'm not aware of anyone having a electronmicroscope at home:
How to view sperm via microscope? July 10, 7: Are there any particular requirements other than magnification level?
To compare sperm recovery from slow versus rapid thawing technique using thirty-eight normozoospermic human sperm samples, as follows. Twenty-one samples from men taking part in routine infertility screening exams infertile group and seventeen from proven fertile volunteer men with at least one child fertile group. After analysis of motility, concentration, strict morphology and functional integrity of membranes, sperm was divided into two aliquots of 0. After thawing, motility, strict morphology and functional integrity of membranes were evaluated by a blinded investigator.