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Copepods

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Copepods - Sacramento Splash

Common name: Copepods Scientific name: many different vernal pool species, most without .

This extraordinary photo shows a random splash of seawater, magnified 25 times - Lost At E Minor: For creative people

This Is How A Single Drop Of Seawater Looks Magnified 25 Times image courtesy: David Liittschwager Photographer David Littschwager captured this amazing shot of a single drop of seawater magnified

Diatoms are photosynthetic plankton (microscopic algae) ubiquitous in oceans and freshwater systems. They are a major source of nutrients for marine organisms as well as a major producer of oxygen. They have been dubbed the “lungs of the ocean,” producing about 20 % of the oxygen we breathe–as much as all the rainforests combined.

Image detail for -Diatoms are photosynthetic plankton (microscopic algae) ubiquitous in oceans and freshwater systems. They are a major source of nutrients for marine organisms as well .

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See figure: 'Illustration showing diversity of copepod forms.' from publication 'Observing copepods through a genomic lens' on ResearchGate, the professional network for scientists.

A Tigriopus californicus (copepod) at 10x magnification.

Terue Kihara Senckenberg am Meer, German Centre for Marine Biodi versity Research (DZMB) Wilhelmshaven, Germany Tigriopus californicus (copepod), couple, lateral v iew Confocal Laser Scanning Microscopy (courtesy of Nikon Small World)

Diatoms are a major group of algae, and are one of the most common types of phytoplankton. Most diatoms are unicellular, although they can exist as colonies in the shape of filaments or ribbons, fans, zigzags, or stars.

Diatoms are a major group of algae, and are one of the most common types of phytoplankton, major producers of oxygen.

Electron microscopy image of Pleuromamma, a calanoid copepod. Calanoid copepods are small planktonic crustaceans forming one of the major links of the marine food web.

Electron microscopy image of Pleuromamma, a calanoid copepod, measuring about 3 mm from head to telson. Calanoid copepods are small planktonic crustaceans forming one of the major links of the marine food web.

Electron microscopy image of Pleuromamma, a calanoid copepod. Calanoid copepods are small planktonic crustaceans forming one of the major links of the marine food web.

Electron microscopy image of Pleuromamma, a calanoid copepod, measuring about 3 mm from head to telson. Calanoid copepods are small planktonic crustaceans forming one of the major links of the marine food web.