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Explain Microscopy - Principles, Use and Maintenance?

We start the Practicals in the Food Microbiology and Safety Course with an orientation to the microscope. This first Practical in the Manual will orient you to the different parts of the microscope, their functions and maintenance. As a student of microbiology, it is very important for us to know about the principle and working of microscopy, different types of microscopes and correct use of microscopes for microbial observation.

Objectives

After studying this practical and undertaking the exercise given herewith, you will be able to:

  • identify the different parts of the microscope and recognize their functions,
  • discuss the principle behind the working of a microscope,
  • recognize different types of microscope, and
  • use a microscope correctly in the laboratory.
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