fluorescent bacteria (Bacillus subtilis) confocal microscopy
Confocal microscopy of plant tissues (Microscope slide from Jim: www.flickr.com/photos/haseloff/ )
Rat cerebellum showing Purkinje neurons (green), glia cells (red), and cell nuclei (purple). Confocal microscopy.
Really Small Things
Pupal retina of Drosophila melanogaster imaged by confocal microscopy. Cell outlines of cone and pigment cells are visualized by Discs-large expression (green) and a deeper optical section shows photoreceptor nuclei labeled with TOPRO (blue).
THE ART OF SCIENCE
Taken by Igor Siwanowicz, the photo shows the open trap of an aquatic carnivorous plant known as a humped bladderwort (Utricularia gibba).
Purkinje neuron from mouse cerebellum (confocal microscopy)
Un neurone en état d'excitation grossi 63 X (photo de Kieran Boyle, University of Glasgow, Institute of Neuroscience and Psychology, Scotland)
Plant photos by Biologist Fernan Federici. August 3, 2013
A confocal image of the antenna of a moth. 2015 Nikon microscopy contest winners
Small, small world
Confocal microscopy of mouse brain - Zeiss Microscopy Photostream Flickr