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. Elements of applied microscopy. A text-book for beginners. Microscopy. 48 ELEMENTS OF /IPPLIED MICROSCOPY. Once well imbedded, a cube of solid paraf&n contain- ing the object is cut out and fixed in a microtome, such as is illustrated in Fig. 25. Several good instruments are on the market, of which the Thoma and the Minot- Blake types may be mentioned. In any case the knife and object are firmly held in supports moving at right angles to each other; and one or other of the supports is. Fig. 25.—Thoma Microtome. (After Carpenter-Dallinger.) SO arranged that by some mechanical device it ca

. Elements of applied microscopy. A text-book for beginners. Microscopy. 48 ELEMENTS OF /IPPLIED MICROSCOPY. Once well imbedded, a cube of solid paraf&n contain- ing the object is cut out and fixed in a microtome, such as is illustrated in Fig. 25. Several good instruments are on the market, of which the Thoma and the Minot- Blake types may be mentioned. In any case the knife and object are firmly held in supports moving at right angles to each other; and one or other of the supports is. Fig. 25.—Thoma Microtome. (After Carpenter-Dallinger.) SO arranged that by some mechanical device it ca Stock Photo
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. Elements of applied microscopy. A text-book for beginners. Microscopy. 48 ELEMENTS OF /IPPLIED MICROSCOPY. Once well imbedded, a cube of solid paraf&n contain- ing the object is cut out and fixed in a microtome, such as is illustrated in Fig. 25. Several good instruments are on the market, of which the Thoma and the Minot- Blake types may be mentioned. In any case the knife and object are firmly held in supports moving at right angles to each other; and one or other of the supports is. Fig. 25.—Thoma Microtome. (After Carpenter-Dallinger.) SO arranged that by some mechanical device it can be shifted by any desired amount between each excursion, according to the thickness of the sections desired. If the surrounding temperature be right, the successive sections of paraffin will adhere by their edges, forming a long ribbon. In such a ribbon each serial section represents one plane in the original specimen; and the whole object may thus be unrolled as it were upon the slide, each structure being easily traced from section to section. Minute sections obviously cannot be handled by them- selves. It is desirable, therefore, to affix them to the. Please note that these images are extracted from scanned page images that may have been digitally enhanced for readability - coloration and appearance of these illustrations may not perfectly resemble the original work.. Winslow, C. -E. A. (Charles-Edward Amory), 1877-1957. New York, J. Wiley; London, Chapman & Hall

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