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CONFOCAL MICROSCOPY AND A BURDOCK HOOK THAT DOESN’T LOOK LIKE VELCRO

Copyright B E Saunders 2016

Burdockanimation

This example of confocal microscopy output of a cellulose excited burdock hook shows the 3-d capture possible on the way to extracting an exact image/morphological data.  The settings for the microscope lasers can be found in Paper 2.

As of 7 7 2015 current software doesn’t do it.  Do a search online yourself.  Do a search on “converting .tif to .stl”

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