Bioanalytical Techniques form an integral part of applied biology and biomedical sciences. The various principles of bioanalytical techniques used in biomedical sciences, environmental studies, life sciences, pharmaceutical analysis, molecular biology, and biotechnological research are comprehensively discussed in this book. Analytical instrumentation is also explained in as concise a manner as possible. Microscopy, centrifugation, chromatography, electrophoresis, spectroscopy, and radioisotope and immunodiagnostic techniques are the main topics focussed in this book. Techniques in molecular biology and recombinant DNA technology have also been described in detail.There is one eyepiece in a monocular microscope and two in a binocular microscope for facilitating binocular vision. ... in a compound microscope: ac Magnification ac Resolution ac Contrast Figure 3.5 Ray diagram illustrating image formation in aanbsp;...
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