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cover slip

or cov·er·slip (kŭv′ər-slĭp′)
n.
A small thin piece of glass used to cover a specimen on a microscope slide. Also called cover glass.

coverslip

(ˈkʌvəˌslɪp)
n
(General Physics) a very thin piece of glass placed over a specimen on a glass slide that is to be examined under a microscope
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Briefly, PDMS or the glass coverslip (Chemglass Life Sciences, Vineland, NJ) was exposed to oxygen plasma and then immersed in anhydrous ethanol (Sigma-Aldrich, St.
The OLED display within the phone is made on plastic and laminated to a Corning Gorilla Glass coverslip.
Except for one escapee, all individuals remained attached to the coverslip for the duration of the study.
This was followed by the application of 100 [micro]l of the terminal deoxynucleotidyl transferase reaction cocktail per coverslip at 37[degrees]C for 1 h.
The crustaceans found were fixed in 70[degrees]GL alcohol, were subsequently mounted between a slide and a coverslip using Gray & Wess, and were identified according to Thatcher and Brasil-Sato (2008).
The unit offers an autoclavable stainless steel dish chamber with replaceable glass coverslip bottoms in both 20 and 25 mm diameter sizes.
Sterile 22 x 22 coverslip was placed in a 6-well culture plate and left there for five minutes.
Mix a large drop of honey with a drop of water on a microscope slide and apply a coverslip.
Test articles are placed in a Petri dish where the surface is inoculated and covered with a glass coverslip.
Cells were distributed to plates with 25-mm poly-L-lysine-coated coverslips at a density of 300,000 cells per coverslip.
Procedural errors can occur when preparing dilutions and plating chambers, or from the presence of debris on the hemacytometer or coverslip.