a record of scientific apparatus.
The instruments that scientists need.
Improvisation of scientific apparatus is generally done because of lack of money with which to buy the normal kind of scientific apparatus. If there is an educational philosophy involved, it would be, improvised apparatus is better than no apparatus. We do the best we can.
R. H. Nuttall has written: 'Early scientific instruments' -- subject(s): Scientific apparatus and instruments, Scientific apparatus collections, Exhibitions, History
biliary apparatus collects bile from live and store it in gall bladder
Filter paper, or a filter.
Yes they are the same but apparatus is just a more scientific name for body.
Gerard L'Estrange Turner has written: 'Nineteenth Century Scientific Instruments' -- subject(s): Scientific apparatus and instruments, Handbooks, manuals, History 'God bless the microscope!' -- subject(s): History, Microscope and microscopy, Royal Microscopical Society (Great Britain) 'Elizabethan instrument makers' -- subject(s): Scientific apparatus and instruments, History, Scientific apparatus and instruments industry, Catalogs 'Antique scientific instruments' -- subject(s): Scientific apparatus and instruments, Collectors and collecting
Golgi apparatus is a scientific term. An example sentence that uses this term is: The Golgi apparatus is an important part of the structure of many cells.
Benjamin Pike has written: 'Pike's illustrated catalogue of scientific instruments' -- subject(s): Catalogs, History, Medical instruments and apparatus, Scientific apparatus and instruments
Yes, improvisation of an apparatus is important. This is important because furthering technology can further the scientific field in general.