Further refinements in light microscopy continue to provide ever more powerful tools for studying cell ultrastructure. For example, the use of fluorescence microscopy (Robinow, 1975 Pringle et al., 1989) and confocal microscopy (Bacalfao & Stelzer, 1989). The latter method allows the production of three-dimensional images of yeast cells using a laser scanning device in which the resultant fluorescence light intensity is detected via a photomultiplier. Coincident with advances in light microscopy have been the development of ever more elegant incarnations of the electron microscope. Some of these as applied to yeast cells are described by Kopp (1975) and Wright and Rine (1989).
David Quain would like to thank the many people who in various ways provided support in what turned out to be a mammoth adventure. Firstly, Sue and our children - Ben, Rosie and Sophie - who endured five years of evenings, weekends and holidays restricted by the looming presence of 'the book'. This is for you all I also thank my co-author and friend - Chris Boulton - for his patience and support that (for the most part ) survived what life threw at us. Numerous people at Bass Brewers contributed both directly and indirectly. Although too many to mention all by name it would be inappropriate not to acknowledge Wendy Box, Alisdair Hamilton, Ian Whysall, Steph Valente and, generally, the various incarnations of the 'Research Team'. Finally, thanks to Poppy the Labrador who, via long weekend walks, provided welcome time to think
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