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The basic stereo microscopes are in upright style designs and are commonly used to examine specimens that would be too thick or otherwise opaque for compound microscopy. These are lower-resolution microscopes that allow for a greater working distance and depth of field as a result. The dissecting microscope is often used to study the surfaces of solid specimens or to carry out close work such as dissection, microsurgery, and various essential functions of entomology. The stereo zoom dissection microscopes provide a high power zoom magnification, which allows students to dissect specimens, view rocks and minerals and identify insects.
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