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Prokaryotic & Eukaryotic Cells
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You have free access to a large collection of materials used in a college-level introductory Cell Biology Course. The Virtual Cell Biology Classroom provides a wide range of free educational resources including Power Point Lectures, Study Guides, Review Questions and Practice Test Questions.
You have free access to a large collection of materials used in a college-level introductory microbiology course. The Virtual Microbiology Classroom provides a wide range of free educational resources including PowerPoint Lectures, Study Guides, Review Questions and Practice Test Questions.
1. Gram stained Staphylococcus epidermidis @1000xTM+; 2. Gram stained Staphylococcus epidermidis @1000xTM; 3 & 4. Gram stained Escherichia coli @ 1000xTM; Crystal violet simple stain of E. coli @ 1000xTM. 1 & 2. Endospore stain of Bacillus subtilis showing both endospores (green) & vegetative cells( pink) @1000xTM; 3. Crystal violet simple stain of Bacillus subtilis @1000xTM; 4 & 5. Acid fast stain showing mixed slide of acid-fast Mycobacteria (pink) and nonacid-fast Staphylococcus 1000xTM.
Prokaryotic Cell Photos (Click on photo to enlarge.)
Eukaryotic Cell Photos (Click on image to enlarge. See more)
1. Elodea cells 100xTM; 2. Elodea layer of cells 400xTM; 3. Elodea layer of large cells 400xTM; 4. Onion epidermal cells 100xTM; 5. Onion epidermal cells 400xTM
1 & 2. Onion epidermal cells stained with iodine @ 400xTM; 3. Human cheek epithelial cells @ 100xTM; 4. Human cheek epithelial cells @ 400xTM; 5. Cheek cell (eukaryote) and oral bacteria (prokaryotes) @1000xTM.
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