Scanning Electron Microscopy in Taxonomy and Functional Morphology, Issue 41
This volume provides a convenient review of the latest developments in the use of the scanning electron microscope in the classification of plants and animals. It provides coverage of advances in equipment and preparative techniques, including the use of field emission, the viewing of uncoated materials, and image digitization.
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The significance of the SEM for character analysis
The role of the SEM in pollen morphology and
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