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Inverted microscopes have the objective lens beneath the specimen stage, making them suitable for observing living cells, tissues, and cultures in containers like Petri dishes or flasks. This innovation preserves the natural state of specimens and allows for non-invasive, high-magnification observation. They excel in fields like microbiology and cell biology, enabling real-time monitoring of dynamic cellular processes and interventions. Inverted microscopes revolutionize life science research by providing an authentic view of biological specimens, making breakthroughs in understanding biology and cellular dynamics more attainable.