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Why is it important to know what microscopy method was used to prepare the images...

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Default Why is it important to know what microscopy method was used to prepare the images...



...you wish to study? so that you can make a judgment about the likelihood of artifacts having been introduced in the preparation
so that you can know whether to view the image in color or not
so that you can interpret the correct biochemical process that is occurring
so that you can judge whether the images you are seeing are of cells or of organelles
so that you can decide whether the image is actually of the size described
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