Imaging honey bee brain anatomy with micro-X-ray-computed tomography
Technologies for imaging in three dimensions are greatly desired by researchers in many biological disciplines. However, when imaging small animals such as invertebrates, the achievement of satisfactory spatial resolution and adequate contrast between tissues often requires the use of expensive and time-consuming procedures. Micro-X-ray-computed tomography (μCT) is a convenient technique which is finding greater use alongside conventional microscopies. Staining with heavy metal salts, such as...[Show more]
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