stereomicroscope


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ster·e·o·mi·cro·scope

 (stĕr′ē-ō-mī′krə-skōp′, stîr′-)
n.
A microscope equipped for stereoscopic viewing.

ster′e·o·mi′cro·scop′ic (-skŏp′ĭk) adj.
ster′e·o·mi·cros′co·py (-mī-krŏs′kə-pē) n.
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Specimens were placed in 10% KOH at room temperature for 24 hours; then they were placed under a stereomicroscope and body contents were removed by making a small incision with an insect pin and pressing the contents out with a small spatula and then rinsing the insect cuticle with distilled water until the body contents were completely removed.
After storing in an incubator for 15 days these medicaments were removed by manual filing followed by irrigation with side vented needle at 1mm from working length using sodium hypochlorite and the sample observed under a stereomicroscope after sectioning.
Data obtained by light microscope, stereomicroscope and scanning electron microscope were explained and summarized in Tables.
The GV oocytes were released from the ovaries by puncturing the follicles with a sterile 28-gauge needle as visualized under a stereomicroscope.
After 21 days of incubation, precipitation of CaCO3 crystals on bacterial growth streaks was analysed under stereomicroscope at 40 X magnification.
Stereomicroscope (Magnus MSZ-Bi) was used for measurement of archwire dimensions (Figure 1).
The Queenscliff specimens were photographed in the laboratory under a Leica MZ12 stereomicroscope, using a (Point Grey) digital camera.
Through the eyepieces of my stereomicroscope, I can even see tiny hairs on its legs and color markings on its retracted wings.
General morphological characters were examined under Olympus SZ4045 stereomicroscope and the measurements were taken with a micrometer scale inside one of the oculars.
The vials are then examined using a stereomicroscope to confirm the presence of thin flakes in solution.