A gram stained field of red rods and purple cocci through a microscope may indicate a severe bacterial infection. The next step would be to do a culture of the bacteria to find the correct antibiotic needed to treat the infection.
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Eukaryotic flagella are visible through a light microscope. Bacterial flagella are only visible with a light microscope if they are specially stained with a mordant and a flagella stain.
Two reasons: - the nucleus is stained - the magnifying power of the microscope makes small things look big
Well because if they didnt they would eat each other and stained will help confuse them from not eating each other.
You are suppose to look through it so you can see the object you are working on.
specimins are sometimes stained so that you can see them more clearly under a microscope. for example: if a specimin was clear or semi-transparent, then it would be stained with dye so that when you examine it you can see it, but if it wasn't stained then the light would just shine right through it and you wouldn't see al the features clearly.
Its tells you that the organism moved up and to the left because the everything is opposite on a microscope.
A karyotype is simply a picture of a person's chromosomes. In order to get this picture, the chromosomes are isolated, stained, and examined under the microscope. Most often, this is done using the chromosomes in the white blood cells. A picture of the chromosomes is taken through the microscope.
You look through a microscope through a part called the eyepiece.