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Staining cells

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    Charles M.
    GB
    Charles M.

    Many of the structures in cells are difficult to see because they are transparent or they blend into the background. To make these structures easier to see with a light microscope scientists often add a liquid stain to the specimen.

    Marvella G.
    US
    Marvella G.

    what are the stains used made of?

    Hugo R.
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    Hugo R.

    What structures are identifiable in the cell? Nucleos and mithocondrias. Cytoplasm streaming also called cyclose is the movement of protoplasm within a cell . How can we identify cytoplasm in the cell? Cistoplasm is inside the cell, limited by the cell membrane. Define citoplasm: Cytoplasm is the fluid that fills a cell. Scientists used to call the fluid protoplasm.

    ERIC R.
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    ERIC R.

    What is the stain made of?

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