Hemocytometer

The hemocytometer is a device used to count cells. It was originally designed for the counting of blood cells. The hemocytometer was invented by Louis-Charles Malassez and consists of a thick glass microscope slide with a rectangular indentation that creates a chamber. This chamber is engraved with a laser-etched grid of perpendicular lines. The d...
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hemocytometer

(he″mo-si-tom┬┤ә-tәr) a device used in manual blood cell counts consisting of a counting chamber of uniform depth that is covered by a ruled cover glass so that the region under each ruled square contains a known volume of the diluted blood specimen.
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hemocytometer

A piece of equipment that is used to count white blood cells and can also be used to count sperm.
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Hemocytometer

An instrument used for counting sperm cells and estimating sperm concentration.
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hemocytometer

hemocytometer, haemocytometer, hemacytometer 1. An instrument for counting the blood cells in a measured volume of blood. 2. A device used in manual blood counts, consisting of a microscopic slide with a depression whose base is marked in grids, and into which a measured volume of a sample of blood or bacterial culture is placed and covered with ...
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Hemocytometer

Microscope slide designed as a counting chamber of known volume; originally for blood cells; also used for microorganisms
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hemocytometer

Type: Term Pronunciation: hē′mō-sī-tom′ĕ-tĕr Definitions: 1. An apparatus for estimating the number of blood cells in a quantitatively measured volume of blood; it consists of a glass pipette with an ampulla for collecting and diluting the blood, and a counting chamber marked in squares. Synonyms: hemacytometer,...
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