Sherman, Howard; Klausner, Stanley; Cook, William A.
May 1971
Angiology;May1971, Vol. 22 Issue 5, p295
Academic Journal
Studies the Incident Dark-Field Illumination method which is used for microcirculatory research. Examination of the microcirculation of semi-transparent tissues by transillumination with light from a water cooled quartz rod and a standard microscopic lens system; Alignment of the light source and the microscopic lens system; Use of optics in plant biology.


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