There are hundreds stains for this light microscope. You can see some of them at the bottom link:
To select a stain first you have to now, what are looking for? Nucleus, membrane, protein, carbonhydrates...
A stain is used when looking at a specimen under the microscope because it highlights structures in biological tissue
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The part of the microscope that is used to support and hold the specimen in place is called the stage.
Yes, a light microscope can be used to study organsims.
The condenser on a microscope is used to focus light on the specimen you are examining.
The light microscope and the electron microscope refers to the type of microscope that is used to view the non- living specimen. The non-living specimen is usually placed in a slide.
A microscope slide is the commonest instrument in any Biology laboratory. It is a transparent rectangular glass apparatus and it fits underneath the lens piece of the microscope. It is used for mounting smears of body secretions, microscopic specimen of bacteria, viruses, fungi or parasites. One can stain the specimen they want to observe and focus the microscope on it. A cover slip is placed on top of the slide in order to keep the specimen in place. One can use a microscope slide in order to draw blood films as well.
these are used to view specimens like for example fungi under the microscope. these are temporary slides in which the specimen is immersed in a drop of liquid medium
A stain of a contrasting color used to color the components in a microscopic specimen that are not made visible by the principal stain.
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if you are reffering to field of view, its not exactly the amount of specimen, its mainly used to determine how large a specimen is
it is used to hold the object and to keep the object in place.
A darkfield microscope makes the specimen appear light on a dark background. It is an instrument used in light microscopy.
Methylene blue is an example.
The adjustable stage opening on a microscope is used to control the amount of light illuminating the specimen.