To study the details of protein molecules on the surface of a cell, a biologist would likely use a
scanning electron microscope
transmission electron microscope
compound light microscope
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This one is nonobvious. The freeze-etch technique involves making a "carbon ghost" of the cell then using transmission electron microscopy
okay so it would be b
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What is a limitation of using electron microscopes to view specimens?
You cannot view transparent specimens because of the microscope’s low resolution.
Electron beams are dangerous and can only be used sparingly.
You cannot view live specimens because the necessary preparation kills cells.
Resolution is weak and cannot make out details of very small specimens.
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