Also the cytoplasm can be seen from under both a light and a electron microscope.
(I am unsure about the next point) but I think that the cytoplasm does not need a dye/stain to be seen but that it can bee stained and still seen under a microscope.
Hope this helps and again I would double check the last one.
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Is it an organelle? Also, does it take up stain and can it be identified on a electron or light microscope
The cytoplasm can be viewed under both types of microscope. When we stain a cell, the cytoplasm may take up, or may not take up the stain, depending on the proportions of the various molecules and organelles in it.