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    Grace Johnson United Kingdom Light microscope
    2015-02-12 20:02:44

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    Paul Nsona Malawi Magnification as a device helps biologists to illustrate biological diagrams which would be very small to seen and studied.
    2015-01-10 22:01:03

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    Muzafar Iqbal Pakistan Magnification need to observe viruses?
    2014-09-29 13:09:06

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    Mary Mittmann United States of America How much magnification is needed to look at one cell?
    2014-08-07 20:08:00

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      Muzafar Iqbal Pakistan Thrice of a human eye.
      2014-09-29 13:09:57
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    ERIC RETTERER United States of America What type of microscope is used to view tissue sample fro plants and animals?
    2014-06-13 20:06:12

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      Camile Vernal United States of America I'm not exactly sure but I think that you would need at minimum 5,000. To see anything on the cellular level has to be some where in that range or greater.
      2015-02-11 20:02:01
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      Muzafar Iqbal Pakistan Compound microscope
      2014-09-29 13:09:34
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      Elawad Mohammad Sedig Abdelaziz Sudan light microscope and electron one
      2014-08-13 08:08:08
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      Kevin Olan Romero Mexico I think it is Electron Microscope or Light Microscope
      2014-07-08 20:07:26
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