With these microbial systems in the Pilbara, you can see these things in the field and under the microscope.
You can substitute fairies and goblins, with the stars, the galaxies, and looking down a microscope.
“Gamal's image was suddenly being looked at under a microscope,” Iskandar said.
There was the aforementioned man in a lab coat sitting at a microscope.
The committee announced that Peter Roskam (R-IL) is under the microscope well as Tim Bishop (D-NY) and John Tierney (D-MA).
Tissues were being carefully studied by means of the microscope, and scurvy was subjected to this new method of investigation.
That dust, on being transferred to the stage of a microscope, was found to contain an enormous number of starch grains.
But already I am much fatigued by microscope and experimental work with insect-eating plants.
The microscope cannot find the animalcule which is less perfect for being little.
I will call your attention to one experiment that can be performed by anybody with the microscope.
microscope mi·cro·scope (mī'krə-skōp')
An optical instrument that uses a lens or a combination of lenses to produce magnified images of small objects, especially of objects too small to be seen by the unaided eye.
An instrument, such as an electron microscope, that uses electronic, acoustic, or other processes to magnify objects.
Any of various instruments used to magnify small objects that are difficult or impossible to observe the naked eye. ◇ Optical microscopes use light reflected from or passed through the sample being observed to form a magnified image of the object, refracting the light with an arrangement of lenses and mirrors similar to those found in telescopes. See also atomic force microscope, electron microscope, field ion microscope.
A device that produces a magnified image of objects too small to be seen with the naked eye. Such objects are thus called “microscopic.” The microscope is widely used in medicine and biology. Common microscopes use lenses; others, such as electron microscopes, scan an object with electrons, x-rays, and other radiation besides ordinary visible light.