Looking closer to a leaf

              plant cuticles are protective, hydrophobic, waxy coverings produced by the epidermal cells of leaves, young shoots and all other aerial plant organs. Cuticles minimize water loss and effectively reduce pathogen entry due to their waxy secretion.  

A microscopic classic ; onion

As a classic sample of plant cells, here is my onion membrane cells painted with methylene blue.            

Soap, cheese and cotton fibers

  Mete Oztay  – Dogan College Science Class First attemps with foldscope using cheese, soap and cotton fibers. Soap ; It looks like a couple of horns and crab claws   Cheese ; Looks like a finger   Cotton fibers ; I tried to take a sample from my inner cheek, I used a cotton buds. thats…