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7 Body Parts That Looks Different While Viewed Using Electron Microscope

In this article, we will talk about different body organs that look different while viewed using an electron microscope. They include

1. Teethour teeth under an electron microscope  This is actually why we all need to take care of our teeth. It is one of the most important organs in the body and is the electron microscope image of it. 

 2. Tongue  Tongue is important in many ways and is one of the most important organs in the body. Without the tongue it is not possible to eat, it is not possible to make speeches. The image above is of the human tongue seen under an electron microscope.  

3. Bones  The average adult has about 200 bones, and almost every organ in the body is attached to a particular bone. Our body is just a mass of arranged bones covered with human skin. The photo above is of how the bones of a normal human look.

 4. Human skin  Human skin is the largest part of the body and all internal organs have a skin for clothing. The skin is made up of several layers which include various components that play a specific role. This is the picture of the human skin under an electron microscope. There are also white blood cells. Human Eyes 

5. The human lungs

The lungs of healthy human beings are shown in the above photo. It is one of the most important parts of the respiratory system. They are located on either side of the chest and play a very crucial role when it comes to respiration.

6. Human Blood

When blood is looked at with normal eyes, it appears like a liquid that is red but that changes completely when an electron microscope is used to view it. There are also white blood cells in the blood.

7. Strand of human hair

This looks strange while viewed in a microscope.

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