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Pollen under a Microscope

Pollen grains are the male gametophytes, and they are formed in anthers, the male parts of flowers. Each pollen from different species bears unique appearances.
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Diatoms are free-floating unicellular algae in oceans and freshwater. Their cell walls are made of silica, giving them colorful and opal-like appearances.
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Green Algae

Green algae are a diverse group of photosynthetic eukaryotic organisms. It includes unicellular and multicellular algae, such as seaweeds.
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Euglena is a single-celled eukaryote with flagella and it shares some characteristics of both plants (chloroplasts) and animals (flagella and eating).
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Nucleus Function

Nucleus is a double-membrane organelle, and it controls cell activities and carries genetic information to pass to the next generation.
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Fluorescence Microscope

A fluorescence microscope is an optical microscope that uses fluorescence instead of other light properties to generate an image.
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Sand Under a Microscope

Have you ever seen sand under a microscope? If not, come to join us. This post showed you how to observe sand under a microscope.
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Microscopy Stains

Microscopy stains enhance the visualization of cells and cell parts under a light microscope. Methylene Blue, Eosin Y, Bismarck Brown Y, Janus Green B, Neutral…
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Hair Under a Microscope

This post discusses the biology, the structure, the stereo and compound microscopic view of hairs, and its application on forensic science.
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Monocot vs Dicot plants

I am often amazed by the delicate structure of the cross-section of the plant stems under the microscope. Various sizes of cells arranged in an…
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Facts about Amoeba

Wondering how Amoeba moves? We have educational videos of the Amoeba movement and what to see inside the Amoeba under the microscope.
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17 Science Facts of COVID-19

Patients with mild or no symptoms can still spread their viruses. The current diagnosis method is Real-Time PCR and the antibody-based diagnosis is coming soon.
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2020 Rs’ Science Calendar

2020 Rs’ Science calendar: images of vascular bundle of plant stem, green algae, frontal section of corn seed, Amoeba, diatom, macrophages, fish red blood cells,…
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