(ISSN 1365 - 070x)
the miniature world
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Pond life ID kit
(In) Digestion Rosemarie
Arbur (USA) shares her observations of a fascinating protozoan; illustrated
with her own delightful coloured line drawings.
Three ways to take micrographs Wan Yu, a young enthusiast from China, shares his trials of photomicrography, and demonstrates the best way to use an SLR camera over a microscope.
Tropical waves and volcanic ash microscopy Guido Santacana (Puerto Rico) investigates the volcanic ash that landed on the island from eruptions of a volcano on Montserrat.
The ubiquitous 10X objective Chuck Huck (USA) remarks on the usefulness of low power objectives.
You found that in my what? Richard Howey (USA) provides a fascinating overview of the microscopic aspects of many common food items.
Diatomite Bill Ells (UK) goes in search of diatoms in a metal polish to see if a current brand still contains diatomite.
Photomicroscopy with a Nikon Coolpix 990 digital camera Vishnu Reddy (USA) shares his experiences of using this model, including a neat custom made adaptor for the microscope, suitable camera parameters and some impressive histology photomicrographs.
A design for using an enlarger stand for photomicrography Ted Clarke (USA) shows how an old enlarger stand can be a useful rigid stand for photomicrography.
Extending the macro capabilities of an Olympus C-2040z digicam David Young (USA) shows how a simple supplementary lens added to a digicam can often usefully extend its macro imaging ability.
on cleavers Paul James
(UK) takes a fascinating macro and microscopic look at the common weed
cleavers (goosegrass) to see what is responsible for its tenacious clinging
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