Polarized light microscopy with hot-stage The polarized light microscopy (PLM) pictures of all samples were obtained by the polarized light optical microscope Zeiss Axioskop-2 with total magnification of 100 x (10 x objective and 10 x eyepiece), equipped with a hot stage Mettler FP 80.
What does PLM stand for?
PLM stands for Polarized Light Microscopy
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If polarized light microscopy is included, it can be used as a tool to identify plant material on the basis of the Maltese cross evident in amyloplasts when viewed with crossed polars and the birefringence exhibited by cellulosic fibers (for complete instructions for a lab on polarized light microscopy, see McMahon, 2004).
Polarized light microscopy revealed moderate leukocytes with the presence of intracellular monosodium urate crystals.
Based on the principle of polarized light microscopy (PLM), a rapid, thorough and nondestructive defect mapping system has been recently developed to characterize silicon carbide (SiC) single crystal.
While x-ray diffraction is a useful tool in mineral identification, polarized light microscopy is the primary technique used by trained geologists in mineral identification.
Problems with sensitivity have led experts to caution that a negative examination by polarized light microscopy does not exclude the presence of small numbers of crystals (5).
Light Microscopy Thin sections perpendicular to the surface of the final samples were examined by polarized light microscopy (Carl Zeiss JENA Co.
The researchers examined starch properties using differential scanning calorimetry, X-ray diffractometry, polarized light microscopy and other instrumental techniques.