Translation of microscope in Spanish:


microscopio, n.

Pronunciation: /ˈmaɪkrəˌskoʊp//ˈmʌɪkrəskəʊp/


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    microscopio masculine
    to put sth under the microscope examinar algo detenidamente
    • She had spent weeks hunched over a microscope looking at samples of sperm.
    • We had a lab to do that day, something to do with plants and microscopes and osmosis.
    • Instead, the abundance of leaf hairs on leaf surfaces or veins was scored for each sample under a light microscope.
    • They therefore resolve images at much higher magnifications than can light microscopes.
    • In rapid succession the field ion microscope and the scanning tunnelling microscope soon joined these microscopes.
    • The lengths were measured with an ocular micrometer fitted to the eyepiece of the microscope.
    • This simple approach recognises the fact that mycobacterial culture is not feasible in peripheral units but that light microscopes and trained microscopy staff are available.
    • The paper shows that positrons can see defects better than either optical or electron beam microscopes.
    • Measurements were made using a light microscope equipped with an eyepiece micrometer.
    • The sample is then sent to a laboratory to be looked at under a microscope for signs of cell change.
    • Optical inspection microscopes provide test capabilities for both masks and wafers at several different stages of the printing process.
    • These research microscopes often have binocular eyepieces, relying upon a series of prisms to split the image so that it may be viewed with both eyes.
    • He used a simple microscope, although compound microscopes were available at the time.
    • Currently available manual assays rely on microscopes (optical or fluorescence).
    • We know that looking for abnormal cells down a microscope is not an exact science, and that is the problem.
    • A pathologist will examine the prostate sample under a microscope and check whether or not it is cancerous.
    • Biosensors, such as patch clamps, electrodes, or microscopes are positioned to detect a response from the cell.
    • Photographs were taken after dissection using a microscope at a magnification of 64x.
    • A biopsy allows scientists to look at a sample of your cells under a microscope and carry out tests on the tissue.
    • Light microscopes can magnify objects up to 1,000 times, revealing microscopic details.