anonymous
  • anonymous
A microscope technique that allows you to see specific parts of living specimen is? a. using stain under a light microscope b. using a scanning electron microscope c. passing light from a microscope through a pinhole d. using a fluorescent substance with a specimen under a light microscope
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hectoroftroy
  • hectoroftroy
almost all sample preparation techniques kill specimens. you are going to see nothing fluorescent under a light microscope, stains kill things, prep for electron microscopy kills things. What r u left with?
anonymous
  • anonymous
The microscope technique that would allow you to see specific parts of living specimen is the stain process. You will be able to visually see the different structures of a specimen. This is because the specimens are colorless, that you wouldn't be able to see the structure without a stain. Hope that helps! n_n
blues
  • blues
But hector is right: stains which don't kill the specimen are few and far between. It says "living" in the info. Passing refracted light from the specimen through a pinhole is called "dark field microscopy"...

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anonymous
  • anonymous
Staining is the easiest and best way for observing a specific part of living organisms.... With this you can also use fluorescent dye and phase contrast microscopy but in phase contrast observation of a living organism is not possible...... and in dark field microscope you can't see a specific part of an organism....

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