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The amateur microscopist

John Brocklesby

The amateur microscopist

or, Views of the microscopic world. A handbook of microscopic manipulation and microscopic objects. By John Brocklesby ...

by John Brocklesby

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Published by University of Michigan Library .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Non-Classifiable,
  • Novelty

  • The Physical Object
    FormatHardcover
    Number of Pages168
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL11787830M
    ISBN 10141815878X
    ISBN 109781418158781
    OCLC/WorldCa71438184

    In his famous book Micrographia (), the book is devoted to microscopic observations, illustrating the fruiting structures of molds. THIS WAS THE FIRST KNOWN DESCRIPTION OF MICROORGANISMS. The first person to see bacteria, the smallest microbial cells, was the Dutch draper and amateur microscopist Antoni van Leeuwenhoek ().


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The Amateur Microscopist Paperback – August 7, by John Brocklesby (Author) See all 4 formats and editions Hide other formats and editionsAuthor: John Brocklesby. The Amateur Microscopist, or Views of the Microscopic World: A Handbook of Microscopic Manipulation and Microscopic Objects (Classic Reprint) Paperback – July 9, byAuthor: John Brocklesby.

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This is a reproduction of a book published before Author: John Brocklesby. The Amateur Microscopist: or Views of the Microscopic World, A Handbook of Microscopic Manipulation and Microscopic Objects by Brocklesby, John.

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The amateur microscopist or, Views of the microscopic world, a handbook of microscopic manipulation and microscopic objects illustrated with figures on wood and stone by Brocklesby, John, ; Making of America ProjectPages: This book is a compilation of articles by Walter Dioni who was looking for low cost, low toxicity techniques for mounting specimens for the microscope.

This book was written for the amateur scientist who wishes to make permanent slide mounts of his specimen. Dioni provided a /5(30). The amateur microscopist or, Views of the microscopic world, a handbook of microscopic manipulation and microscopic objects illustrated with figures on wood and stone by Brocklesby, John, ; Making of America Project.

This book is a compilation of articles by Walter Dioni who was looking for low cost, low toxicity techniques for mounting specimens for the microscope.

This book was written for the amateur scientist who wishes to make permanent slide mounts of his specimen/5(31). The Amateur Microscopist Or Views of the Microscopic World A Handbook of Microscopic by John Brocklesby and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at So the amateur microscopist can be either a dabbler or a long term diligent student of microscopy or of course somewhere in between.

There is a broad range of potential input to the observer which would in all probability take a life time to make sense of; most of us are content to experience just a.

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The cobwebs covering older microscopy books are swept away as this book barges through and connects the pastime and pursuit of amateur microscopy in the past to the digital age of today.

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(New York, Wood, ), by John Brocklesby (page images at HathiTrust). Used-book websites like, and will list some remarkable finds. But many are in process of turning to dust. The amateur microscopist or hobbyist today would ordinarily be unaware of this treasury of microscopy knowledge, were it not for a recent remarkable development.

This little book is an excellent summary of slide preparation materials and techniques for the amateur. It is very detailed and covers almost every 'safe' method of fixing and mounting specimens for study under the microscope. The last few pages are the meat of the book /5(31).

George Davis was an amateur microscopist to who took his hobby to an extreme level. He was a founding member of the Manchester Microscopical Society (and one of its first Presidents), Fellow of the Royal Microscopical Society, founder and Editor of The Northern Microscopist magazine, and author of an important book, Practical Microscopy.

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This site is like a. Amateur microscopist Harry Edward Hurrell () with his "field" microscope setup (a full-sized microscope mounted onto a surveyor's tripod), apparently on an excursion with the Great Yarmouth Naturalist's Society. (Courtesy of Peter Hodds).

Photograph of an. Starting as an amateur microscopist costs very little, and requires no previous skill or experience.

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I tried to brainstorm a list of strengths and opportunities as well as areas of improvements. In a previous article I already mentioned that (in my personal view), recreational microscopy as not as well established as other recreational sciences.

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