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Microbes

Coronavirus particles (green), lie on the surface of a camel epithelial cell.
Courtesy of NIAID, NIH, and Colorado State University. CC-BY-2.0.

Designed for use with activities found in The Science of Microbes Teacher’s Guide, this teaching slide set will engage your students as they work through the inquiry-based activities. Students will learn about major groups of microorganisms and the tools needed to study them.

 

Author(s): David R. Caprette, PhD
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Microscopic Characteristics of Mixtures

Infectious Disease Agents

What Are Viruses?

How Were Viruses First Discovered? 1

How Are Viruses Studied?

Light Microscopy: Comparison of Optics

Types of Optics Compared

Bright Field Microscopy

Dark Field Microscopy

Phase Contrast Microscopy

Differential Interference Contrast

Light Microscopy: Instrumentation and Principles

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Funded by the following grant(s)

Science Education Partnership Award, NIH

MicroMatters
Grant Number: 5R25RR018605