Microscopie, Bacteriologie

Mikroskopie in forschung und praxis

Horst Robenek, 1995

Microbial Ecology of Foods, Volume 1, Academic Press


Bergey's manual of Systematic Bacteriology, Vol 1 t/m 4

Eerste editie, 1986
Vier delen, vrijwel in nieuwstaat

Bergey's Manual of Systematic Bacteriology is one of the most comprehensive and authoritative works in the field of bacterial taxonomy.

The Ultimate Guide to Your Microscope

This is the book that we wish we had written. It is simply excellent. Imported from the US this book takes you through the process of making slide preparations with a high power microscope in an easy to understand format. Excellent illustrations and instructions. A must for all of those who want to make their own slide preparations. Highly recommended

Color Atlas and Manual of Microscopy for Criminalists, Chemists, and Conservators

Nicholas Petraco and Thomas Kubic. 2003. 313 pages
Covering substances such as hair and fibers, minerals and soils, paints, drugs, and dust, the book presents the basic principles of microscopy and directions for sample preparation and examination. It offers more than 400 color photomicrographs of the most commonly encountered materials for specimen comparison and rapid identification

A Colour Atlas of Histology, Gartner & Hiatt

A magnificant book containing a large number of superb colour photomicrographs and line drawings of human tissues. 444 pages. 

Adventures with a Microscope, Headstrom

A guide book to 59 experiments using any simple microscope. An excellent for the young scientist (of any age!). 

Animals of the Surface Film, Guthrie

The definitive book listing and illustrating the myriad of life forms that inhabit the surface film of fresh water habitats.

Animals on seaweed, Hayward

A naturalists guide to the microscopic life found on the seashore and sea plants 

Animals under Logs & Stones, Wheater & Read

A beautifully illustrated book and a must for the natural history beginner. There are excellent user friendly identification keys to the many forms of easily accessible life forms in these types of habitat.

Ants, Skinner & Allen

A comprehensive book detailing the life forms of the many species of ant including their microscopic classification. Very well illustrated

Bergey's Manual of Determinative Bacteriology

John G. Holt, PhD. 2000 (9th ed). 816 pages. Based on the data contained in the 4-volume Bergey's Manual of Systematic Bacteriology, this reference volume also includes new genera and species, new combinations, and new taxa published through the January 1992 issue of the International Journal of Systematic Bacteriology. Readers will find short general descriptions that encompass all organisms by groups, shape and size, Gram reaction, other pertinent morphological features, motility and flagella, relations to oxygen, basic type of metabolism, carbon and energy sources, habitat, and ecology. Includes discussions of difficulties in identification, keys or tables to genera and species, genus descriptions, synonyms, other nomenclatural changes, and numerous illustrations. Soft cover. 

Biological Microtechnique, Sanderson

We are delighted to see this fine publication back in print. An easy to read practical guide providing readers with all the knowledge they require to prepare better and more informative slides. Many pictures and diagrams. 

Contrast Techniques in Light Microscopy

An excellent book covering a wide range of microscopy techniques and systems designed to enhance specimen detail, for example phase contrast.

Food Microscopy, Flint

Convenience food preparation has underlined the importance of food content at microscopic level. This book concentrates, with many photographs, on the microscopic content of food

Insects on Nettles, Davies

A superb book for the insect enthusiast, specialising in the nettle habitat - an ideal book for the stereomicroscopist. Recommeded for its illustrations

Introduction to Light Microscopy, Bradbury

By Bradbury & Bracegirdle. 123 pages. A fine publication covering all aspects of the theory and practical use of compound and stereomicroscopes. Recommended 

Ladybirds, Majerus & Kearns

A well illustrated book describing the life cycle and microscopic identification of the many species of ladybirds. A very informative book. 

Microscopic Life in Sphagnum, Hingley

A well written book dealing with sphagnum moss and the life forms that it contains.

Microscopic Monsters

An amusing cartoon illustrated book full of microscopy facts aimed to get the junior scientist itching to get their hands on a microscope

Microscopy of Textile Fibres, Greaves & Saville

A specialist well written book dealing with the microscopic examination of textile fibres

Modern Photomicrography, Bracegirdle & Bradbury

An introduction to the theory and practice of producing high quality photomicrographs

Pollen Identification for Beekeepers

Written by Rex Sawyer, this is an excellent guide to the features of British pollen and comes complete with a CD rom which contains a superb identification key. Highly recommended.

Pollen, its collection and Preparation for the Microscope

Deals with the techniques for the preparation of pollen for microscopical examination. 

Practical Microscopy, J E Marson

72 pages. A first rate guide for the novice and experienced microscopist alike. The book concentrates in chapter form on the preparation of specimens for microscopy 

Das große Kosmos Buch der Mikroskopie


Dieses neue Arbeitsbuch für die eigene Praxis führt Sie in alle wichtigen Techniken zur Bearbeitung einfacher und anspruchsvoller Objekte ein. Wichtige Themen sind dabei unter anderem:

  • Alltagsgegenstände wie Textilgewebe, Fasern und Folien
  • Bakterien als einfachste Lebewesen
  • Das wimmelnde Leben in einem Wassertropfen
  • Die Vielfalt pflanzlicher und tierischer Zellen
  • Die seltsame Welt winzigster Pilze.

Von Pflanzenviren in Zimmerpflanzen über die bizarren Einzeller aus dem Gartenteich bis zum Aufbau der Gliederfüßer oder der Untersuchung eigener Blutzellen regt dieses Buch an zu stationenreichen 'Seh-Fahrten' in viele Bereiche des Mikrokosmos. Zahlreiche Fotos und Zeichnungen begleiten und ergänzen die leicht verständlichen Texte.

Ein ausführlicher Methodenteil gibt genaue Anleitungen zum Umgang mit den vorgeschlagenen Objekten und beschreibt:
  • Grundlegende und ausgefallenere Arbeitstechniken
  • Bewährte Färbeverfahren
  • Herstellung von Dauerpräparaten und Aufbau von Vergleichsammlungen
  • Spezielle Verfahren wie Dunkelfeld, Phasenkontrast und Polarisation
  • Anzucht von Bakterien, Algen, Mikropilzen und Protozoen.

Microbiology Experiments and Lab Techniques Manual

By Gary D. Alderson

A straightforward writing style ensures students understand difficult concepts and complex procedures in the microbiology lab. The exercises emphasize the medical applications of microbiology for nursing and other allied health majors, with an experimental research theme interwoven throughout. Discussion questions become more challenging as the course progresses, requiring more critical thinking from students.

Included is a CD-ROM supplement version 5.0 (Windows®/Macintosh® compatible) with 5 computer programs for student usage. Shrink-wrapped manual has predrilled holes for a 3-ring binder (not included). Soft cover.

Understanding and Using the Stereomicroscope

There has been the need for a long time for a book that combines the theory and practice of stereomicroscopy. As this well constructed and written book by Lewis Woolnough shows there is more to low power microscopy than many people think. Excellent pictures and the book is cleverly divided into colour coded sections. A Quekett Microscopical Club publication

Fluorescence Microscopy

Combines the key aspects of theoretical and practical fluorescence microscopy and includes all the latest techniques and applications. The book describes the principles involved in fluorescence microscopy, the equipment required and the major applications