What microscope can see living organisms?
Why can electron microscopes be used to view living cells?
An electron microscope cannot be used to examine alive cells since these electrons harm the living cell types or tissue. Particular electrons can be separated using this kind of microscope. This means that electron microscopes employ an electron beam rather than optical beams or radiation.
What can only be seen with an electron microscope?
So, the correct answer is ‘Ribosome‘
- What microscope can see living organisms?
- Why can electron microscopes be used to view living cells?
- What can only be seen with an electron microscope?
- Why do electron microscopes only magnify dead organisms?
- Why we Cannot use electron microscope?
- Can viruses be viewed on a light microscope?
- Why electron microscope are better than light?
- Which microscope can only magnify dead organisms?
- Why are animal and plant cells stained before being viewed under the microscope?
- How does an electron microscope magnify?
- Can light microscopes see dead cells?
- Can electron microscopes see color?
- Are electron microscopes expensive?
- What are the 3 main differences between light and electron microscopes?
- What are the disadvantages of electron microscope?
- What is a limitation of using electron microscopes to view specimens?
- Which is more expensive electron or light microscope?
- What can we see with an electron microscope but not a light microscope?
- Are light microscopes 2D or 3d?
- Which microscope can magnify samples by 1000000 times higher magnifying power )?