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Scanning electron microscopy

All SEM imaging is carried out on a Zeiss EVO HD15 that supports variable pressure and wet imaging. The BackScatter Detector (BSD) gives excellent results on its own and in combination with various standard detectors. During 2016 the system was given an overhaul to support cryoSEM imaging – enabling high magnification of fully hydrated coated plant tissue.

 

 

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